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North Face Freeski Open of New Zealand Park & Pipe Dates

The North Face® Freeski Open of New Zealand Park & Pipe Dates Announced

Lake Wanaka, New Zealand (4 July 2014) – The Southern Hemisphere’s biggest freeski competition is set to celebrate its 10th anniversary in 2014 with The North Face® Freeski Open of New Zealand kicking off its park and pipe events from 28 – 31 August. The event will be updated on the Association of Freeskiing Professionals (AFP) calendar shortly.

Cardrona Alpine Resort will once again provide the competition venue for The Freeski Open of NZ; the resort’s world-class halfpipe and slopestyle course a familiar training ground for myriad Olympic and world cup medallists.

Please find full media release attached including information for accessing photos.

Videos from the 2013 The North Face® Freeski Open are also available to view at The North Face® Youtube Page


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