Our green team rider Georgi Mihaylov did a tour around Europe with the Bulgarian freestyle national team for the last mounth. This is a short edit of his summer, feel free to share it anywere you want.
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Andy Wright – a living legend in the world of snowboard photography. Andy has been around the world on a 15 year streak shooting with the best snowboarders along the way. If you have thumbed through a snowboard magazine in the past decade and a half and not seen a shot by Andy…chances are, you could be blind. Currently, as a senior photographer for Transworld Snowboarding, his photos keep your eyes wide open and drooling over style. With no signs of burning out, Andy will continue to please your brain for many years to come, bringing only the best of the best.
After Clemens Schattschneider had won the first ever awarded Big Air-Slopestyle World Cup title, the Austrian’s season concluded with the best possible result: on top of the slopestyle Junior World Championships contest.
The 19-years-old earned the best score of 26.2 points thus relegating Tim Kevin Ravnjak (SLO, 24.4) and Jan Scherrer (SUI, 23.2) to second and third.
On the women’s side, Anna Gyarmati caused a sensation as the Hungarian rider claimed the first ever FIS Snowboard Junior World Championships title and medal last Sunday.
Gyarmati brought home Gold with 25.1 points. Merika Enne (FIN, 24.7) and Karly Shorr (USA, 22.9) rounded out the podium as second and third.
The winner of this years’ European Cup in Slopestyle – Mario Benyo – received his trophy for 1st place. This happened on a special ceremony in the Italian resort Chiesa in Valmalenko, where the Junior Worldcup took place. Second was also a Ride For Earth team rider – Lozyo Dimitrov, third was Viktor Djigeti from Hungary.
Отлично представяне записаха българските национали по сноуборд свободен стил (фрийстайл) в последните стартове от Европейската купа по сноуборд на ФИС. В рамките на десет дни се проведоха шест старта в дисциплините биг еър и слоупстайл в Македония, Босна и Херцеговина и Словения. Българите показаха, че са в отлична спортна форма още миналия уикенд в Маврово (Македония), където Станимира Карадочева се класира трета при жените в биг еъра, а Марио Беньо, Георги Георгиев и Лозьо Димитров се класираха съответно втори, трети и пети в мъжкия слоупстайл.