After 15 years of history, Grandvalira Total Fight is undoubtedly one of the most unique and important freestyle in southern Europe. this season it will take place from April 2th to the 4th, 2020.
Grandvalira Total Fight will give away a total of US$25,000 in cash prizes from which the winner will take a chunk of US$10,000.
For this reason, many of the best freeskiers in the world will travel to Andorra to try and get those cash prizes in addition to enjoying a magnificent course designed especially for the occasion. The Swiss skier Fabian Boesch won last year, but he’ll have to fight yet again to proclaim himself 2020 champion.
Aleksi Patja in the mix.
Spain's Javier Lliso skied strong to a 3rd place finish last year.
Once again, El Tarter snowpark will be the stage of this unprecedented freestyle show in southern Europe. The competition will take place in a creative slopestyle course with jibbing features and several kickers, the final design of the course will be revealed in the coming weeks.
The event will begin on Thursday with the free training session, it’s a very important moment because it is the first and only opportunity the skiers have to try out the course and make it theirs without the contest pressure. Qualifiers will be already on Friday and the final will take place on Saturday. The prizegiving will take place in L’Abarset, the après-ski meeting point of Grandvalira located at the base of El Tarter, followed by the closing party.
Colby Stevenson flipping out over the Total Fight course.
Fabian Bösch took the win last year.
The public can enjoy the show and festive atmosphere with free access to the grand stand or watch the contest on the giant screen located in the snowpark village where there will be many brands allowing everybody to test their gear.
The big final will be broadcast live on Grandvalira’s Facebook on Saturday, April 4th. A big show and tons of freestyle will take place in El Tarter snowpark for the sixteenth edition of the Grandvalira Total Fight.