Ride Week makes Courchevel comeback
Last year, the inaugural Ride Week was warmly received by those on their ski holidays in Courchevel, as teams of skiers or snowboarders, complete with a cameraman, shot five-minute films of their piste manoeuvres.
Returning by popular demand on March 11th, there will be ten teams in total competing against each other to make the best mini-movie that demonstrates their skills and stunts on the slopes.
The competition will close on March 16th with a special screening of all the films, with an international judging panel selecting their favourite.
Last year's competition was won by a team from Japan, while a female-led team from Sweden came third, proving that gender doesn't matter when it comes to freestyling. He, or she, who dares wins.
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