Grandvalira is to host the 15th edition of the Total Fight Masters of Freestyle competition, which will be held at El Tarter snowpark.
Grandvalira will serve as the venue for the 15th edition of the Total Fight Masters of Freestyle competition, which will feature the best male and female freestyle snowboard and ski riders in the world.
The event will take place at the El Tarter snowpark facilities. The piste runs 0.8 miles long, and riders will have to push their skills to the limit and take on the impossible to pull off the most spectacular jumps and tricks.
The snowboard run is in the ELITE category, and will take place from 28 to 30 March. This is the highest level in the discipline, and just seven competitions at this level are held around the world.
As for freeski, the competition taking place from 4 to 6 April is in the GOLD category, and is one of the leading events worldwide in slopestyle.
To round off the week, once the awards ceremony for the winners from the different categories has been brought to a close, the Total Fight Party will be held at L’Abarset.
Enjoy the most daring acrobatics by the best riders internationally at Total Fight Grandvalira.
Location and dates: el Tarter Snowpark, Grandvalira. Total Fight Snowboard, from 28 to 30 March, and Total Fight Ski, from 4 to 6 April 2019.
This year Grandvalira will host the 15th Total Fight Masters of Freestyle competition, the most important freestyle event in the Pyrenees, with the outstanding man and female riders from the world of freestyle.
The Total Fight Masters of Freestlye will be held from 28 to 30 March for Snowboard and from the 4 to 6 of March in Freeski.
The El Tarter Snowpark will be the setting for two weekends filled with spectacular jumps and fun.
The Snowboard competition is in the ELITE category, which is the highest category, with only seven events worldwide, counting the X games of Aspen and Oslo. It is one of the most important competitions on the circuit, which brings together the best riders in the world, such as the 2015 world champion, Roope Tonteri, 2012 world champion, Seppe Smits, and Tyler Nicholson, second in the world rankings in 2014.
In Freeski the competition is in the GOLD category and is one of the essential dates in the international calendar for the sport of slopestyle.
The El Tarter Snowpark is a pioneering venue in the Iberian Peninsula. Over the years, it has expanded and improved to offer long routes with modules and areas for all levels of skiing and snowboarding.
With a current length of 1.3 km, it offers skiers and snowboarders of every kind a place to evolve, improve and have fun in complete safety, as well as providing the ideal stage for the Total Fight Masters of Freestyle.