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Meet The World’s Best

Meet The World’s Best

Get up close and personal with the world’s top snowboarders at Quest Queenstown and Quest Wanaka on Tuesday 9 August at 6pm – 7pm.

World number one, Keir Dillon and Olympic gold medallists Ross Powers and Kelly Clark, together with New Zealand’s own Juliane Bray will be among the riders on hand to sign autographs, take photos and share their experiences of life on the professional snowboarding circuit.

All riders will be competing for a massive $50,000 prize pool in the Burton New Zealand Open at Cardrona Alpine Resort on 11-13 August guaranteeing outrageous action on the slopestyle course and in the super pipe.

For further information, visit or contact Quest Queenstown on 03 442 4884 or Quest Wanaka on 03 443 9412.


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