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The 2020 champions will be crowned based on the current 2020 season rankings.

The 2020 season has come to an early end. We would like to thank you all for an epic but short season and hope to see you all again soon on the mountain! Congratulations to the Freeride Junior Tour Champions 2020:


Astrid Cheylus is crowned FJT Champion 2020. The French girl out of La Clusaz sealed the title with near perfect scores at the La Clusaz 3*, Ordino-Arcalís 3* & Fieberbrunn 3*.


The new Champion of the men's category also lives and trains in France, but represents Sweden. Max Palm won La Clusaz 3* and Ordino-Arcalís 3* and came second at the Fieberbrunn 2* and the Freeride Junior World Championship in Kappl.


Zoe Macgeorge out of Switzerland won the Freeride Junior World Champion title for the Snowboard Women. Three second-place finishes in Les Arcs 3*, Châtel 3* and Fieberbrunn 3* won her the overall title.


Her countrymen Eliot Dänzer finished first with three wins at The Remarkables 3*, Mt Ruapehu 2* and La Clusaz 3*. In Kappl, the young Swissman successfully defended his Freeride Junior World Champion title from 2019.


Alex Dedieu from Spain wraps up the U-16 Ski Men category with two victories at the La Clusaz 3* and Tignes 2*, as well as a 2nd place in Ordino-Arcalís.


The IFSA, the governing body of all FJT and FWQ competitions in Region 2 - Americas, has decided not to crown any Junior champions of the 2020 season in Region 2 due to the cancellation of a number of events.

The 2020 rankings will remain the basis for FJWC 2021 invites in both regions.