Peak Performance proud presentor of the second edition of Winter Jam The world elite in snowboard and freeskiing will be back at the Olympic arena Stockholm Stadion in the heart of the Swedish capital for the second edition of Winter Jam on November 17. At this action packed event the riders will take huge air in the gigantic jump accompanied by world class music bands and impressive FMX and Ski-Doo Freestyle sessions. The prize money is no less than 40 000 USD and the entry is for free. Peak Performance King of Style- The jump was amazing and everyone pulled off big air and great tricks, commented Sammy Carlson.This year the organiser Ulf Mard promises an even better jump with a smoother inrun and longer transition. A complete riders’ list will be communicated soon.The snowboard contest is one of the Nokia Snowboard FIS World Cup Big Air contests around the world 2007/2008. 75 of the world top riders like Chris Sörman, Stephan Maurer (winner 2007), Risto Matila, Anti Auti, Jonas Carlsson och Iouri Podladtchikov will battle for the finals on this historic Olympic arena from 1912.New for this year: Freestyle Motocross (RedBull FMX) and Ski-Doo Freestyle (RedBull SFX) show. Daniel Bodin, recordholder of the world’s longest back flip on ski-doo last year in Alaska (40 m long!) will not turn you down… Winter Jam will also host two music artists on stage. And in addition to that a consumer tradeshow with all the new stuff within snowboarding and skiing. Preliminary Schedule 17 November:Arena Hard Facts:  Free for all (no tickets)!! Website:http://www.winterjam.seDownload photos free to use for press – copyright Matevz Petek – winner of Nokia Snowboard FIS World Cup Big Air at Stockholm Stadion 2006: Carlson (USA), winner of Peak Performance King of Style 2006 jump Winter Jam 2006 – Winter Jam 2006 video clip from Peak Performance King of Style free to use for press – copyright Peak Performance:  Peak Performance King of Style 2006 Arena: Olympic Arena from 1912, 84 world recordsCrowd: 25 000 peopleSnow: 200 tons of liquid nitrogen transforms into 600 m3 of snowRamp: 100 tons of scaffolding, 3 weeks worth of labourFair: Hardware, software, travel, resortsTV: Will be aired livePrize money: 40 000 USDEntrance:09-11.15 + 12.00-14.15 Two heat of snowboard qualification rounds 11:00 Stockholm Stadion opens to the public – FOR FREE!14:30 Ski Qualification15.30 1:st band on stage 16:00 Peak Performance King of Style – ski final17.30 2:nd band on stage18.00 Nokia Snowboard FIS World Cup Big Air18:45 FMX / Skidoo Show19.00 Nokia Snowboard FIS World Cup Big Air20:00 Winter Jam ends with Nokia Snowboard FIS World Cup Big Air official prize giving ceremony is a big air freeskiing competition. The local mega stars Jon Olsson and Jakob Wester, and last years American winner Sammy Carlson have already confirmed their attendance together with the rest of the world freeski elite. Also Adam Falk member of the Peak Performance Ski Team will attend the competition.