Peak Performance King of Style Crowns the King of Big Air
November 20 sees the freestyle skiing elite gather together at the Stockholm Olympic Stadium to crown the king of big air. This competition is one of the biggest in freestyle big air and will be run in a head to head format. Peak Performance is also running a video qualification, starting today, where the four best skiers will win a place in Peak Performance King of Style.
The Peak Performance video qualification starts September 23 and is open for a month. Everyone wanting to participate should upload a no more than 60 second long video on YouTube, and then apply by sending Peak Performance a link to the video. YouTube visitors then vote on their favorite skier. A jury will select 4 winners out of the 20 who have received most “likes” from YouTube visitors and who are competing at the Stockholm Olympic Stadium.
New this year is the Peak Performance King of Style final, to be run in a head to head format and held on Saturday, November 20 between 16.00-17.00. The riders battle for glory as well as $20,000 in the biggest city jump ever.
2009 King of Style, Andreas Håtveit
“It’s fantastic to have this opportunity of sharing our passion for skiing by inviting the audience to this winter party. Peak Performance King of Style is one of the biggest recurring competitions in modern skiing today and international interest for this competition is huge – thanks to the video qualification and that the top riders in the world take part”, says Jonas Ottosson, CEO Peak Performance.
Peak Performance King of Style is part of the Stadium Winter Jam, a full day, activity-packed event at the Stockholm Olympic Stadium which attracts both competitors and visitors from all over the world. During the day there will also be a big air contest for snowboarders, the LG Snowboard FIS World Cup, winter sports fair and a rail arena open to the public as well as loads of other action.
For more information about the Peak Performance King of Style and the video qualification, check out peakperformance.com/kos, and follow Peak Performance King of Style at:
facebook.com/kingofstyle, twitter.com/kingofstyle and kingofstyle.wordpress.com.