PPOS HALFPIPE/ BIG AIR

08th November Athlete Registration Opens
05th January Video Submission Window Open
02nd March PPOS Halfpipe/ Big Air Public Voting Submissions Due
03rd March PPOS Halfpipe/ Big Air Public Voting Begins
12th March PPOS Halfpipe/ Big Air Public Voting Ends
13th March PPOS Halfpipe/ Big Air Judging
14th March PPOS Halfpipe/ Big Air Winner Selection

PPOS SLOPESTYLE

08th November Athlete Registration Opens
05th January Video Submission Window Open
09th March PPOS Slopestyle Submissions Due
10th March PPOS Slopestyle Public Voting Begins
19th March PPOS Slopestyle Public Voting Ends
20th March PPOS Slopestyle Judging
21st March PPOS Slopestyle Winner Selection

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Slopestyle

About the Discipline

Slopestyle skiing typically takes place in a terrain park comprised of man-made features such as rails, boxes, and jumps contained on a single slope. Slopestyle is the most accessible and most popular of the three PPOS disciplines. Athletes are judged on amplitude, degree of trick difficulty, execution, progression and variety. Check out a sample slopestyle run below.

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Slopestyle Sample Run

Tom Wallisch – Slopestyle