Ordino Arcalís Pro 2023: The FWT23 will have its second stop on Thursday, February 2nd, in Ordino Arcalís, Andorra, after the thrilling start of the season.
After a significant occurrence in Spain, the Freeride World Tour travels to the adjacent country of Andorra for its second stop of the season.
Ordino Arcalís Pro 2023 is advanced
January 31, 2023 – Ordino Arcalís, Andorra. The weather has prompted the rescheduling of the second stop of the FWT to Thursday, February 2nd. Anticipating higher temperatures over the weekend, Thursday is the most suitable day to offer the athletes the best and safest conditions to compete.
Following a fantastic start to the season, will the champions from the Baqueira Beret Pro be able to demonstrate their abilities once more at the second venue in the Pyrenees?
Current leaders and Wild Cards before Ordino Arcalís Pro 2023
All riders displayed impressive skills across the four categories. However, Katie Anderson, Michael Mawn, Addison Rafford, and Max Palm are currently in the lead. Is it likely they will maintain their position after the next competition?
Beware of the newcomer Iker Reyes (Wild Card)! He will make his first appearance on the Tour as he competes on his home turf Pic de Les Planes.
The Cutoff is rapidly approaching. The competitors must push themselves to the limit to secure a place in the finals. This guarantees an exciting event here in Andorra!
Live broadcast begins at 9:50 CET, with the following schedule:
- Women’s snowboarding
- Men’s snowboarding
- Women’s skiing
- Men’s skiing
Mandin, expected rookie
Oscar Mandin is expected to perform well on the French side. The rookie, who was invited at the last minute due to several withdrawals, had a great start to the season with a second-place finish in the first stage.
In snowboarding, Ludovic Guillot-Diat also had a good start, finishing third in the first stage and staying on three consecutive podiums. Camille Armand (4th) and Enzo Nilo (6th) also have a chance to perform well in Ordino Arcalis.
On the women’s side, Tiphanie Perrotin will aim to bounce back after a poor start in Spain, as will Estelle Rizzolio and Megane Betend, all three of whom fell in their run in Baqueira Berer.
Watch the World’s best riders dropin live
If you’re in the vicinity, make sure to come and witness the excitement in person. If not, keep in mind that all Freeride World Tour events are broadcast live. You can catch all the thrills as they happen online.
Competition day is just around the corner. Brace yourself to witness the top freeriders in the world in action – the Ordino Arcalís event is about to commence.