2024 Yeti Xtreme Verbier

A freeride theater that needs no introduction, the Grand Finale – as always – will be held on the iconic Bec des Rosses in Verbier. Dangerous snow conditions forced the event to be canceled last season, but the FWT is ready to return to a place it has called home since 1996, and where the next four world champions will be crowned.

FWT • Home of freeride • 
23-31 Mar, 2024
Bec des rosses
3150 m
550 m
Bec des Rosses, Verbier

The riders will face off on the Tour’s most demanding venue, Verbier’s famed Bec Des Rosses. The riders have to face vertiginous steeps exceeding 50°, a vertical drop of around 550m, and a labyrinth of technical terrain, it is a fitting venue for the climax of the World Tour. 

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The final event of the FWT23, the YETI Xtreme Verbier, was canceled amid ongoing snow and wind.

watch the behind the sceneS of the cancelation.


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Ski Women

Justine Dufour-Lapointe

Justine’s season will be defined by her rapid rise to fame in the freeride discipline. She only recently made the switch from moguls skiing – where she boasts two Olympic medals and dozens of FIS World Cup podiums – to become FWT World Champion in her first season.
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Ski men

Valentin Rainer

Valentin spent six years competing in FWT Junior and Challenger events before his breakthrough season on the FWT in 2022. He didn’t make the cut last season, but requalified through the FWT Challenger series to great avail, winning this year in spectacular fashion.
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Snowboard Men

Ludovic Guillot-Diat

Ludo’s vast experience in big mountain riding and unyielding dedication to the sport have paid off with his maiden FWT World Champion crown. He has been on and off the tour since 2013, with multiple podiums during this time, as well as vast success on the FWT Challenger series
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Snowboard Women

Katie Anderson

Katie proved herself too strong this season, locking in three out of four wins in extraordinary style. This is her first FWT crown, but she came close in 2021, finishing second in a super-consistent season that included three podiums.
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glimpses of last year

Max Palm - ©FWT / GrégoireCeas
Sybille Blanjean, Michael Mawn, Max Palm & Justine Dufour-Lapointe at the signing session - ©FWT / Lloye
Valentin Rainer - ©FWT / GrégoireCeas
Champions of FWT23 - ©FWT / GrégoireCeas
Justine Dufour-Lapointe - ©FWT / DomDaher

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