Returning to Blue Mountain Resort, Ontario in January 2023 will see the Alpine TKO, North America’s premiere FIS Snowboard Alpine World Cup. Fast paced and action packed, the head-to-head knockout format is simple for spectators to enjoy. Two start, first to cross the line progresses to the next round until only one rider stands alone atop the podium with the prestigious Alpine TKO Championship belt held high. 

Blue Mountain Resort and the surrounding community is the home of Alpine snowboarding in Ontario, who have hosted highly successful past World Cup events on a mountain with terrain perfectly suited to this Snowboard discipline. From the village the whole course is clearly visible. Spectators line the course, rooftops, bars, and restaurants with the course finishing in the village square surrounded by supporters, family, and friends. 

Coming off the success at the Olympics and the Junior World Championships the Canadian Alpine scene is strong moving into the 2022 / 2023 World Cup Series. In April this year, Ben Heldman, Canada’s top junior took the title of Junior World Champion in both Alpine disciplines in Chiesa in Valmalenco, Italy. This year’s Alpine TKO will be his chance to step things up on the World Cup Tour. 

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