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THIS IS WHERE YOU CAN FIND OUT MORE ABOUT THE DRIVING FORCES BEHIND THE 2025 FREESTYLE WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS, AS WELL AS OUR VISION AND GOALS.

The story so far

Freestyle comes back to its roots!

The very first snowboard club in Switzerland, the ‘Hangloose Engadin’, was founded in St. Moritz in 1986. Only one year later, in 1987, the first Freestyle World Championships to be held on European soil took place on the Corviglia, in the municipality of St. Moritz, and were co-hosted with the Italian town of Livigno. After 35 long years, the Freestyle World Championships are finally coming back to the Engadin Valley in March 2025. That means the competition isn’t only coming back to its roots, as they say, it’s also returning to a country that is home to numerous internationally successful top athletes such as Nevin Galmarini, Ursina and Christian Haller, Reto Lamm, Michi Albin, Daniel Sappa, Roberto Furger, Martina Tscharner, Therry Brunner, Renata Keller Smalley and, last but not least, the brothers Cla and Fadri Mosca.

Our organisation

Our vision

Stronger into the future!

The 2025 Freestyle World Championships in Engadin/St. Moritz offers a unique opportunity to promote the location and the economy across the entire region, as well as plenty of potential in terms of tourism. As such, there are high hopes that this major sporting event will act as a start signal for further, future-oriented developments throughout the entire Upper Engadin Valley.

Our goals