The 2018/19 northern hemisphere season is off to a strong start for the Cardrona NZ Park and Pipe team with freeskier Finn Bilous finishing eighth in the Big Air World...
New Zealand snowboarder Tiarn Collins says he’s “stoked to be back in the mix” and “super happy” to start his season off with a finals result after qualifying second in...
Lake Wanaka, NZ – (6 October 2018) – The Snow Sports NZ Annual Awards Night were held at the Lake Wanaka Centre this evening.
The 2018 Snow Sports NZ Junior Freestyle Nationals wrapped up in spectacular style today at Cardrona Alpine Resort with the U14-U18 boys going all out in the Smith Ski and...
The SSNZ Spring Alpine Forum will be held at 10:00am on Sunday 21st October 2018
Jumps and rails were the focus on day four of the 2018 Snow Sports NZ Junior Freestyle Nationals at Cardrona Alpine Resort today with the Smith Ski and Snowboard Slopestyle competition.
Thursday October 4, Smith Ski & Snowboard Slopestyle
Blue skies and calm conditions eased the way for a jam-packed schedule of events on day three of the Snow Sports NZ Junior Freestyle Nationals at Cardrona Alpine Resort today.
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NOTE: Depending on progress with the Halfpipe we are aiming to host the K2 Big Mountain for U14, U16, U18 age divisions.
Day two at the 2018 Snow Sports NZ Junior Freestyle Nationals at Cardrona Alpine Resort saw ski competitors taking on the K2 freeride while snowboarders raced the gravity cross course...
The 2018 Alpine Ski Racing season wrapped up on the 27th and 28th September at Cardrona with the New Zealand National Junior Championships (U21) and National Youth Championships (U14 and U16).
Opening day at the 2018 Snow Sports NZ Junior Freestyle Nationals saw competitors enjoying the Smith Skier Cross and Salomon Snowboard Freeride at Cardrona Alpine Resort.
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We are pleased to announce the nominees for the 2018 Snow Sports NZ Annual Awards presented by The Remarkables.
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It was a brilliant day at The Remarkables for the first stop of the New Zealand Junior Freeride Tour held on the face of Shadow Basin.
New Zealand’s Finn Bilous earned his first World Cup medal, finishing in third place in front of an enthusiastic home crowd at the Winter Games NZ Big Air.
NZ's Finn Bilous was one of the standout performers in Big Air World Cup qualifying, making the cut to finals with a second place finish in his heat.
Alice Robinson and Willis Feasey have claimed the national Super-G titles at the Alpine National Speed Championships held at Mt Hutt