The week of Suzuki Nine Knights is all about documenting the insane action of some of the world’s best riders. One of the most interesting angles to get some perspective of the massive course is from the GoPro’s attached to helmets, shoes, poles etc... Filmed 100% with GoPro at the 2015 edition at Mottolino Fun Mountain in Livigno, Italy, this edit features some gnarly shots from the cams of snowboarders like Sage Kotsenburg (USA), Halldor Helgasson (ISL) and Kevin Backström (SWE) as well as skiers such as David Wise (USA), Jesper Tjäder (SWE) and Oystein Braaten (NOR). More info on www.nineknights.com.
The Suzuki Nine Queens has made its name as an event where the world’s best female skiers and snowboarders gather for a unique session on a life-size snow castle featuring a massive kicker. The picturesque resort, Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis in Austria will play host to a week of sunset and sunrise shoots starting the 13th of March leading up to the Big Air Contest on Friday 18th of March, 2016, a day not to miss. Do you have what it takes to ride with the queens? Send in your edit to the “Become a Queen” online video competition.
The construction of the 2016 Suzuki Nine Queens castle has begun in Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis, Austria. The 3D models will be transformed into snow ready for the all-female supersession taking place 13th to 18th of March 2016. Joining the world’s best, invited skiers and snowboarders are the “Become a Queen” online video competition winners Johanne Killi (NOR, Ski) and Julia Marino (USA, Snb) who demonstrated solid technique, style and creativity. Don’t miss the Big Air Contest on Friday, 18th of March.
The world class invited female skiers and snowboarders were making use of the full course at the the Suzuki Nine Queens, putting on a fun party train on the multifaceted jib feature in Serfaus - Fiss - Ladis, Austria