Action-packed Corvatsch Freeski & Snowboard World Cup 2024 In Silvaplana

Silvaplana is the freestyle epicenter this week for the traditional season finale at the FIS Freeski & Snowboard World Cup Corvatsch Silvaplana (March 21 - 24). The Corvatsch Park is showcasing its best for the 200 freestylers from 29 countries who have been flocking to Engadin earlier this week. Exciting decisions are on the horizon – in addition to the final points and titles of the winter season, the crystal globes will also be awarded.

As usual, the park crew has built an innovative and unconventional slopestyle course that is unparalleled. The imposing kicker line alone is the largest on the entire tour. However, the highlight of 2024 is the quarterpipe at the end of the course, located directly under the chairlift, bringing the riders almost eye-level with the people on the lift. Spectacular! Thursday and Friday feature snowboard and freeski qualifications, determining the finalists for Saturday (snowboard) and Sunday (freeski).

  • Snowboard – An illustrious field of riders is attempting to surpass the dominating Japanese riders of this season: such as Evy Poppe, Anna Gasser, Laurie Blouin, Liam Brearley, Nicolas Huber, Ian Matteoli. It will be challenging for the ladies to outshine Kokomo Murase. All eyes are on Corvatsch defending champion Taiga Hasegawa and Ryoma Komata among men. The latter has the best chance of clinching the slopestyle discipline ranking and the Park & Pipe Overall World Cup title.
  • Freeski – For Mathilde Gremaud the home World Cup is a celebration, as it is already certain that she will become the first woman in freeskiing history to win all three crystal globes in one year, following a magnificent season. Among the men, local hero Andri Ragettli will leverage his home advantage but must reckon with competition, particularly from US riders Mac Forehand and Alexander Hall who currently lead the slopestyle ranking.

In the midst of it all – The Corvatsch World Cup is free to watch for spectators. All it takes is a valid lift ticket to Murtèl middle station. Spectator zones right next to the start area bring the stars within reach. For those unable to make it to Silvaplana, the qualifications and finals can be viewed via livestream at and

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