The Alpina Countdown to FWT21 is Drawing to a Close with Exactly 30 Days until the First Stop

Excitement is brewing across Europe with fresh snowfall blanketing competition venues as the end of the Alpina countdown to FWT approaches. Athletes and organisers are pumped to get competition firing again, and with Ordino Arcalís now in their sights, the wait is almost over.

Following the first stop in Andorra, Fieberbrunn and Xtreme Verbier are both confirmed venues, and organisers are working tirelessly to find locations for the fourth and fifth stops – ensuring regulatory compliance but maintaining their inherent high levels of stoke.

New Format Update 
With the current situation pushing organisers to reshuffle this year’s schedule, they have proposed various scenarios based on different outcomes:

  • If there are three stops, the cut will happen after the second event and there will be only 1 run in Fieberbrunn with all 48 riders.
  • If there are four stops, the cut will happen after the third event and there will be only 1 run in Fieberbrunn with all 48 riders.
  • If there are five stops, the cut will happen after the third event and there will be 2 runs in Fieberbrunn.

With the potential reshuffling of the calendar moving the cut to after Fieberbrunn, there will then be 48 athletes competing at the Austrian stop – with the format coming back to one run in Fieberbrunn – as riding twice on this face is only possible with a reduced field of riders. This would force organisers to adapt, reducing Fieberbrunn back to one run. In this case the number of points up for grabs would remain unchanged (10’000 points) for the stops before the cut. The Xtreme Verbier will remain 1.5X the number of points as previously announced, for a total of 15’000 points up for grabs for the winners.

All FWT events will be LIVE! Watch all the action as it happens on the FWT website or the FWT YouTube channel.

The FWT would like to thank all their media partners who continue their support of the sport and cross-post on their channels: Teton Gravity Research, Whitelines, L’Equipe, RTS, The Inertia,, Friflyt, WePowder, Forecast Ski Magazine, Ski Believers, Prime Skiing & Snowboarding, Unofficial Network, Xtreme Video, Skieur Magazine, SBC Skier, Downdays, Bergstolz, Mpora & Outdoors Magic, Snowsurf, Skieur Magazine, UNREEL, Agence Sport Center, Aka Skidor, Canal 9, In the snow, Moka Magazine, Mountain Life Media, Neve Italia, ZDF, Solonieve, La Stampa and Kiss The Mountain, Powderguide and

As health and safety is always the priority for FWT organisers, they are actively working in conjunction with local authorities to ensure each competition is compliant with current regulations. 

Stay tuned on and the FWT social media channels for updates and rider news as competition kicks off in just 30 days.

Über Freeride World Tour

FWT Management SA, based in Verbier-Switzerland, is organizing world-class sports events in mountain resorts and regions since 1996. Founder of "Verbier Xtreme", iconic event in freeride skiing & snowboarding, FWT Management SA, has taken in 2008 this stand alone event to create several Series of international freeride competitions totaling over 160 events around the globe for professional, amateur and junior riders and over 5’500 licensed riders.

FWT Management SA is the exclusive owner and organizer of the following Series : Freeride World Tour (FWT), Freeride World Qualifier (FWQ), Freeride Junior Tour (FJT), Freeride Junior World Championship (FJWC) and a Freeride Skiing Team Competition (Skiers Cup) with events taking place in Europe, North America, South America, Asia and Oceania.

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