O'Neill Italy presents 'The Garden of Roses', a 3 Star TTR slopestyle event in the O'Neill King Laurin Snowpark in Alpe di Siusi!


15 feb -17 feb 2008

The Event Schedule

14 feb: arrival date (yes… Very romantic…). In the evening there will be a welcome party with a buffet. evening: welcome party with buffet

15 feb: training and qualification for the non invited riders and a special dinner bringing you the finest food that South Tirol has to offer in a traditional restaurant

16 feb: training and competition day followed by another dinner, concert and live dj

17 feb: shooting day and the long hard goodbye


O’Neill KingLaurin Snowpark - Alpe di Siusi

The O’Neill KingLaurin Snowpark is a very big park (length 1500m, 45000 square metres, 1 Hp, 13 rails, 18 boxes, 10 jumps) set in a fantastic area of the Dolomite Mountains: Alpe di Siusi in the biggest alm of Europe. Located just 35 km from the highway exit of Bolzano (20 minutes by car), it is very accessible ( 105 km from Innsbruck, 295 km from Milan) also by plane (there is a good efficient connection between Siusi and the close by Airport with a shuttle bus). The park is always shaped (man made snow is available) and the F-tech are organizing events for 6 Years, like the Subject Schlern. Format

This slopestyle event will take on a jam session format, and the riders will be judged by ex-pros, who know what looks good and what looks whack.

Invited Riders

1 Thomas Harstadt 2 Anssi Manninen 3 Julien Haricot 4 Stefan Gimpl 5 Filippo Crudeli 6 Max Galfrè 7 Simon Gruber 8 Marco Concin 9 Dieter Nicolodi 10 Stefano Munari 11 Nicola Borella 12 Enrico Cavada 13 Hakon Tonnesen 14 Alex Schmaltz 15 Tato Chiala 16 Max Stampl 17 Eirik Haugo 18 Michi Stanschitz 19 Patrick Huber 20 Anton Gunnarson 21 Jaakko Seppala 22 Jukka Eratuli

Rumour also has it that the Storbis are going to be out and about filming for their upcoming movie dropping in fall.

For all those interested: here are the websites for the King Laurin Park, Seiseralm, F-tech Constructions and last but not least from O'Neill.