The TELUS Spin event announces spring skiing, spectacular competitions and many sensational parties! Participants will give extraordinary performances on both stage and slopes and visitors can watch the best snowboarders in the country fighting for gold at the Canadian Snowboard Championship Finals plus many more competitions held from March 27th until April 5th.
March 28th – Incredible Team Competition: T4 Coca-Cola
Again this year, the T4 is a mix of freestyle ski and snowboard competition with prizes of up to $15,000. This big air event takes place at the bottom of the mountain, with its very own module, modified every year. Each team of two skiers and two snowboarders hits the jump at the same time to show their moves.
March 28th – Billabong Flaunt It : for girls only
Up to $8,500 is to be won in this females-only slopestyle snowboard competition. Music and great atmosphere is expected on the track made just for this event.
March 29th – Burton Mini Machine & Salomon Jib Academy – 15 yrs & under only
All eyes will be on the youngsters on March 29th because of two great competitions held just for them. The Burton Mini Machine invites kids 15 years and under to defy the impressive south side jump while the slopestyle Championship Finals of the Salomon Jib Académie targets youngsters 16 years and under. The prize for the winner is a trip to Mammoth, California, with the International Salomon Team.
March 29th – Definitely a classic: Veteran’s Pipe Jam
By invitation only, the old school snowboarders can be seen in the half-pipe of the North Park to remind everyone of how it was in the old days.
March 30th to April 4th – Canadian Snowboard Championships
The Canadian Snowboard Championship Finals are held in Tremblant during the TELUS Spin. The last stretch of the season hosts the best snowboarders in the country, some of them members of the Canadian Olympic Team. Many confirmed Quebecers will take part, including Jasey-Jay Anderson, François Boivin, Simon Bonenfant and among the ladies, Caroline Calve, Christelle Doyon, Dominique Vallée & Dominique Maltais. Here’s the competition schedule :
March 31st – Parallel Giant Slalom
April 1st – Slalom
April 2nd – Half-Pipe
April 4th – Boardercross
April 5th – Skiercross
$12,000 in prizes to be won in this event where four skiers at a time hurtle down the track full of jumps, bumps and banked turns. The first two skiers to cross the finish line move up to the next round and so on until there are only four skiers left for the final round.
TELUS Spin is looking for volunteers
Want to get involved in one of the biggest spring skiing events and be part of the success of the Canadian Snowboard Championship Finals? Here’s your chance! Join the TELUS Spin volunteer team and get a lift ticket in return for every day you work. Lodging is also available; more information at firstname.lastname@example.org
Spring skiing, après-ski and parties
To get the best of spring skiing, the Spin Pass is back and on sale starting February 25th! Unlimited skiing and riding from March 23 to the end of the season for $115. After a day on the slopes, head for Place Saint-Bernard where the terraces await you for some well-earned refreshment. Music and ambience guaranteed for the best après-ski in the province. Also, have yourself a gift and forget the ride back home during the TELUS Spin as you can stay on site for only $ 50 per night. Take advantage of the wild ambience of the village and of the comfort that comes with a stay on site – as much for the unit than for the proximity! Some conditions apply to these offers, see all the details on tremblant.ca
For more details on the artistic or sports program, visit tremblant.ca/telusspin where you will find the latest news.
Thanks to our partners
TELUS Spin is presented in collaboration with Coors Light. Mont Tremblant Resort thanks the partners, Coca-Cola, McDonald’s, K2 Ski, K2 Snowboarding, as well as the event’s friends : Billabong, Burton, Salomon, Skull Candy and Dakine.