FIS World Championships
The 2019 World Championships will bring the best skiers and riders in the world to Utah to compete at Park City Mountain , Deer Valley Resort and Solitude Resort!
Dates:
Daily: Feb 01 - Feb 10
Park City Mountain
Cost:
Free for spectators
The 2019 World Championships in snowboard, freestyle and freeski will be conducted February 1-10, 2019 on the Wasatch Mountains of Utah in Park City and Solitude. All three resorts will develop their own unique elements to celebrate the competitions that they respectively host and these unique elements will thus contribute to a greater celebration of the World Championships. Never before have all of these sports come together in such an historic location.

World Championships Schedule

SATURDAY, FEB. 2 Opening Ceremonies
SUNDAY, FEB. 10 Closing Ceremonies

HALFPIPE
Snowboard Halfpipe (SB HP) and Ski Halfpipe (FS HP) have a long history at Eagle Halfpipe at Park City Mountain including the Olympic debut of Snowboard Halfpipe at the 2002 Olympics and the World Championships Ski Halfpipe at the 2011 World Championships. The 2019 freeskiing and snowboarding halfpipe events will both take place on a 22 ft snow pipe with athletes jumping up to 24ft above the lip of the pipe. These events are scored by judges with one overall impression score based on the following criteria: execution of tricks, variety of tricks, difficulty, pipe use, and amplitude.

BIG AIR
Freeskiing Big Air (FS BA) and Snowboard Big Air (SB BA) will be held at the Canyons Village at Park City Mountain.

SLOPESTYLE
Snowboard Slopestyle (SB SS) and Ski Slopestyle (FS SS) are similar competitions and will use the same course at Park City Mountain. Similar to a skate park, competitors ride and ski down a course with a variety of obstacles, including rails, jumps and other snow terrain features. Points are scored for amplitude, originality and quality of tricks. Ski Slopestyle made its debut in the World Championships for the first time in 2011 at Park City Mountain’s famous Kings Crown run. The sport then made its first Olympic run in the 2014 Sochi Olympic Games.

 
We will continue to post updates about the event as they become available. Check back soon!