Junior World Championships conclude in Livigno amidst challenging weather for Big Air and Slopestyle events

The winter season in Europe has been prolonged, with the European Alps still under its grip. This has caused problems for late-season competitions in the region, including the Livigno 2024 FIS Park & Pipe Junior World Championships for slopestyle and big air. The event was impacted by rough weather conditions throughout the week, culminating in the cancellation of the big air finals on Saturday due to safety concerns posed by inclement weather.

Despite this setback, results were still awarded in most of the competitions that were part of the Livigno 2024 FIS Park & Pipe Junior World Championships. The slopestyle finals took place as scheduled on Wednesday, while snowboard big air podiums were determined based on qualification results leading up to the cancelled finals session on Saturday. Unfortunately, the women’s freeski big air competition had to be scrapped entirely due to weather conditions.

The snowboarding events saw Laura Zaveska of Czechia secure a gold medal in slopestyle, with Yura Murase of Japan earning silver and Rebecca Flynn of the USA taking home bronze. In men’s slopestyle competition, Brooklyn Depriest of USA claimed a gold medal followed by Romain Allemand of France with silver and Rocco Jamieson from New Zealand securing bronze medal. Despite challenges posed by adverse weather conditions, athletes showcased their skills and determination during this event.

By Aiden Johnson

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