Photo: pfopen.comJanuary 2011 is going to be the month for Polish Freeskiing as the North Face Polish Freeskiing Open hits Zakopane. It’s a chance to see the top European riders compete with the Polish in that part of Europe. Set to be held on the 28th & 29th January it’s definitely going to be an event that we keep an eye on!With a snowpark built and tailored to the best riders’ skills, there will be two days of comps which include:28th Jan: Qualifying round Big Air Qualifying round Rails Night Session29th Jan: Semi-final Big Air Final Rails Final Big Air After PartyIf you reckon you’ve got the balls to take on Europe’s best and brightest in Poland then it’s wise you send yourself over the website to register. You will have to, unfortunately, pay to get there, whether it be by plane, train or automobile!Oh, and best of luck!Related posts:Polish Freeskiing Open 2010 VIdeo highlights from The North Face Polish Freeskiing Open 2010...The North Face South American Freeskiing Championships 2009 Highlights from the the North Face South American Freeskiing Championships...North Face Big Mountain Comp …from The Volkl NZOpen. The North Face Big Mountain Comp...
The North Face Peak2Park Virtual Competition invites competitors from anywhere on the mountain to showcase their skills and compete virtually with fellow skiers and snowboarders in North America and Europe. Whether you ski in the Park and Pipe Open Series (PPOS); or hit big mountain features on your skis or snowboard in the new All Mountain Open Series (AMOS), now is the time to start filming. Film your best clips, splice them together, and submit your edit for a chance to win part of the prize purse valued at $65,000. Learn more at peak2park.com.
Peak2Park Weekly Social Media Challenges—
Each Tuesday leading up to the final video submission deadlines, The North Face Peak2Park will be hosting weekly social media contests through Instagram and Facebook. We'll be giving away new GoPros, Rossignol skis and snowboards, LOOK bindings and gear from The North Face.