Veterans crashed and burned while rookies soared off the cliffs of Ordino Arcalis in the second competition of the season.
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This year's wildcard athlete is ready to prove she has new tricks up her sleeve.
The Freeride World Tour is on for 2022, and this year’s competitions are shaping up to be bangerang.
A last-minute change in venue meant that the more well-rounded skiers would have big opportunities to win this year's Verbier Xtreme.
After being canceled last year due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the stage is set for the 25th edition of the Verbier Xtreme in Switzerland.
Ross Tester has now won two competitions during his rookie Freeride World Tour season and a Polish rookie broke through in the women's field.
With an early start in Austria, the Freeride World Tour Event in Fieberbrunn is ready to rumble on the famed Wildseeloader Face.
The first FWT21 stop of the season in Fieberbrunn, Austria, won't take place until March 12 at the soonest. Patience is a virtue, right?
Andrew Pollard flashed the course in Andorra for his first FWT win and Switzerland's Elisabeth Gerritzen stomped her first 360 in the women's field.
The second FWT21 event will replace the canceled Hakuba stop and shake up the scoring schedule for the athletes.
An American rookie stole the show on the men's side of the Freeride World Tour field at Ordino Arcalìs, Andorra.
With three confirmed venues and the possibility of five separate events in less than 30 days, the FWT21 schedule promises to be fast, furious, and fun.
The world’s best freeriders will take on an all-European tour, as well as some scoring changes that are sure to excite riders and fans.
Wait, what the heck is the PFB anyway?
The skier from New Zealand put together a wild run on the Wildseeloder face.
The world's best big mountain athletes kicked off the 2020 FWT in Japan with massive airs and full-throttle skiing.
Hot on the heels of the equal-pay announcement, FWT20 readies itself for the first event of the season in the Japanese Alps.
Another season of the best freeride skiers sending it on some of the gnarliest faces around the globe is coming right up.
Turdell takes third, Eder wins FWT19 Overall Title.
This weekend, the battle for the 2019 Freeride World Tour Overall Title will be waged on the infamous Bec des Rosses face.
The big mountain competition will be held on Saturday, February 23, 2019.
The Kiwi upstaged many of the best freeride skiers in the world with a phenomenal run.
The women crushed the Canadian venue with plenty of air and speed.
Switerland’s Besse and Gerritzen go two-three in a historic day for the FWT women skiers.
Tanner Hall second in Hakuba for his first ever professional freeride competition.
Black Diamond, Pieps, Vibram, RECCO and ISTA are on-board to protect riders and venue staff.