GAME of go-shred I Steibis Snowpark I #4 I 2022

published Mar 2022 - 515 views

Im just the guy doing the planning and organisation of the snowpark in the background. I convice some of the younger shredders to spend a season as a shaper just as i did a few seasons ago and also contact the sponsors, plan and realize events with the help of the shapers and the resort and so on. Some call me the parkmanager but i would'nt go that far. I dont get paid for it and i do it just for the passion of freeskiing, the local snowsportscene and the culture.

This year we got the opportunity to finally realize an event we had planned for the 2018/19 season, which had to be cancelled because of the COVID outbreak. A so called "Game of go-shred" in which everyone can participate. The video above is the recap-video of the event and was filmed and edited by Marcus Westphal, @wertzzzu.

Here are the words from the go-shred-Team:

Finally – after 2 years of Corona-caused cancellation, we were finally able to check out Steibis Snowpark in southern Germany. Ever since the Snowpark was established by Tajo Seefried about 12 years ago, it was the training ground that produced some excellent rail riders like our go-shred homie Wolfi Natterer and Marco Hornauer. A short park with 7 rail features in line, a lift just with the same length, which allows you to have 15 runs an hour. Perfect for a stop of our GAME of go-shred Tour.

We started the Game of go-shred at 12 o’clock and opened up our Spezi Softdrink deposit to keep competitors and visitors hydrated. It just feels good to drink out of a glass bottle. Things got heated at the Skatehalle Innsbruck Snowskate Game and the Highest Ollie right away. After one hour our helpful shapers fired up the BBQ. Thanks to the local butcher Metzgerei Giray we had local sausages as well as vegan and vegetarian sausages for our hotdogs. BBQ and drinks as well as Meckatzer beer were free for everyone.
After three hours of fun and games it was time to wrap up the game, hand in the result sheets and start with the price giving. We had nice price packages from our sponsors Volcom, Salomon, Stance and Arcade for the first 3 of every category. The winner of the Snowboard Pro category went home with a brand new Salomon Dancehaul Snowboard. The winner of the Snowboard advanced category went home with some brand new Salomon Snowboard boots. The winners of ski the groups went home with high quality Salomon Goggles.
After the price giving the shapers switched the lift back on until the sun set behind the hills of Oberstaufen at half past 5 and many took the chance to make some extra laps.
The locals were stoked about the amount of people that showed up and the snowboarders and skiers were stoked about the park and to meet so many friends and homies after the long Corona hiatus.
One thing is sure: We’ll be back!
Thanks to Snowpark Steibis and the Steibis Ski resort for the great support.Thanks to Kili, the shapers and homies that helped out on location. And thanks to every single of the participants and everyone that showed up that day. We really appreciate your support.

Credit: Marcus Westphal

Location: Steibis Snowpark Germany

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