The new sports program of Dolomiti Superski â€œDolomiti Super Freestyle Dayâ€ DROP INÂ starting from mid-january with lots of fun in full safety.
The new craze among the young is called Freestyle, which sees the number of fans grow every
year. For teenagers, jumping, grabbing and doing other aerial performances has now become a
cult. For this reason, Dolomiti Superski has widened its range for this 2009/2010 winter season presenting the â€œDROP INâ€ Freestyle Day.
This new sports program of Dolomiti Superski is seeking two well defined goals: first it should promote in a stronger manner the 20 big snowparks in the Dolomites, with their high-levelequipment. On the other hand, young people who like to step in this new and exciting discipline, should be able to do it in a safe place, lead by professional instructors who will show them all secrets of flying on their skis or boards.
In freestyler-speak, â€œDrop inâ€ means the first approach to this fun speciality. â€œDrop inâ€ is also the warning a freestyler shouts before launching himself onto an obstacle course in a snowpark. Everyone is warned he is setting off, and acts accordingly, to reduce risks. Teaching the Freestyle techniques and safety rules, respecting nature, this is the aim of the Freestyle Day. In cooperation with 22 ski and snowboard schools in the Dolomiti Superski district, fun days are to be had for the 12 to 18s, who wish to try an exciting new experience on skis or board, maybe even upside down.
From mid-January 2010 weâ€™ll be off: twice a week it will be Freestyle Day in the 20 Dolomiti
Superski Snowparks, every Wednesday for those on a weekâ€™s holiday and every Saturday for the
weekenders. So anyone looking for halfpipes, stairs, walls or rails can have fun, whether on twin tip skis or snowboard. Specialist Freestyle instructors will reveal the tricks of this new trade to groups of up to 10 kids per instructor, to guarantee the best learning methods. From 10 am to 4 pm, the day will be action-packed, making best use of the state-of-the-art snowparks. A dayâ€™s course costs 45.00 Euro per person â€“ or, including Freestyle equipment hire, twin tip skis and snowboard from the event partner Salomon Sports, 69.00 Euro. Find out more on the info guide printed in cooperation with the freestyle magazine â€œSnowmapâ€. More details on ski- and snowboard schools participating in the programme on http://www.dolomitisuperski.com/en-US/freestyleen.html
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