The Freeride World Tour saw progression in all categories, with rookies and legends pushing and inviting each other to go bigger, faster and trickier than ever before. Here are some of the highlights from an unforgettable season.
There is no easy way down the Bec de Rosses in Switzerland, and it’s clear that 2021 Xtreme Verbier first place winner Kristofer Turdell doesn’t mind.
A view from the top of the Ordino Arcalís competition zone in Andorra during the first stop of the FWT21 season.
David Deliv, hailing from Åre, Sweden, gets inverted during the Ordino Arcalís competition.
Elisabeth Gerritzen soars over rock spires during the first stop of the Freeride World Tour Ordino Arcalís Andorra. A Verbier local, Gerritzen became a hometown hero this season after claiming her second victory at the 2021 Xtreme Verbier. Gerritzen is the first competitor to win consecutive titles in the women’s ski category.
Norwegian freestyle skier Hedvig Wessel competing in the Ordino Arcalís Andorra event, where she took first place. Wessel knows a thing or two about competing on a big stage, she’s competed in two Olympics as a mogul skier but has since fully redirected her focus to freeskiing. She was second overall for the FWT21 season.
David Deliv of Sweden charges through rocky terrain at Ordino Arcalís.