Do you have what it takes to claim a wild card?

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.

Suzuki Nine Queens Ski and Snowboard Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis, Austria

Dates: 13th – 18th of March 2016

Public Contest Day: Friday 18th March 2016

Become a Queen – Online Video Competition

For a chance to join the elite snowboarders such as Jenny Jones (GBR) and Kjersti Buaas- Ostgaard (NOR), as well as top skiers Emma Dahlstrom (SWE) and Lisa Zimmermann (GER) the “Become a Queen” jury will be handing out 1-2 wild cards. To partake, send in a 2 minute edit showing off your best tricks with some serious airtime, technique and style on various obstacles. The deadline is the 18th of February 2016. Find full details and all the entries on

A glance back at Suzuki Nine Queens

The 6th edition of the event will again push the boundaries of snow construction with a multifaceted feature boasting massive kickers, rails and tunnels. The fun and pressure- free environment sets out push the progression of the sport and in past events many personal firsts, as well as world first tricks have been seen. In 2015 young Klaudia Medlova (SVK, snb) turned heads by stomping a backside double rodeo 900 and Jamie Anderson (USA, snb) landed her first Frontside 1080. In 2014 Lisa Zimmermann nailed a world first double cork 1260 in competition while in 2011 Kaya Turski (CAN, ski) landed a world premiere Switch 1080 preformed by a female. Lets see what’s in store for 2016!

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Part of the event series is also Suzuki Nine Knights for the male skiers and snowboarders. This year something new is being concocted, so stay tuned for more information in the New Year.