Snowcrown is Coming to Canada Olympic Park – March 13-18
Canada~Snowboard Announces the 2012 Canadian Freestyle Snowboard Championships: SnowCrown

(Vancouver, BC) Canada~Snowboard, in partnership with 365 Sports and the Alberta Snowboarding Association (ASA), is proud to announce the upcoming 2012 Canadian Freestyle Snowboard Championship known as “SnowCrown.”

Athletes from coast to coast will compete for $25,000 in cash and prizing and a shot at being crowned Canada’s top Halfpipe and Slopestyle Snowboarder.

The 2012 SnowCrown schedule will include:

Thursday 15th
Slopestyle Open Qualification 10:00 (CMT)
Junior Halfpipe Qualification & Finals 16:30 (CMT)

Friday 16th
Slopestyle Finals 10:00 (CMT)

Saturday 17th
Halfpipe Qualification 10:00 (CMT)
Halfpipe Finals 16:30 (CMT)
Sunday 18th
Junior Slopestyle Qualification & Final 10:00 (CMT)

“With Canada Snowboard’s support and commitment to partner on the launch of a new Canadian Freestyle Snowboard Championships: SnowCrown, we’ve been able to build an exciting, fun and over the top event for everyone to enjoy with some special surprises and great festivities lined up,” said Jesse Fulton, co- founder 365 Sports Inc. “The time is now for an open championship, allowing all athletes to be able to compete in the SnowCrown: Canadian Snowboard Championships. We are happy to endorse and provide that opportunity in partnership with Canada~Snowboard. This event gives athletes another gateway to any level of career in snowboarding they aspire to have.”

“I’m very excited for the SnowCrown to start a new tradition in Canadian Freestyle Snowboarding,” said Dustin Heise, Director of Sport Development at Canada~Snowboard. “It’s been a great partnership to bring SnowCrown to life, and we are behind the 365 team all the way. We want riders to feel supported and know that Canada~Snowboard is a resource available to them as they pursue their goals in snowboarding.”
For more information, registration, schedule and event notices, please click the following link: http://www.snowcrown.ca/