The AFP (Association of Freeskiing Professionals) announced the tentative schedule for the 2013 AFP World Tour today. The Calendar includes sanctioned events as well as events in the process of confirming dates. One thing is for sure, the schedule is packed, with 57 events, including FIS World Cups, beginning in October with the New Zealand WinterGames World Cup. AFP’s Executive Director, Eric Zerrenner says of the schedule: "It’s always exciting when the World Tour calendar is released - it means ski season is right around the corner and the start of a new competition season leading up to the crowning of the next AFP World Champion. This season is particularly exciting given how robust the calendar is and the inclusion of World Cups. We have worked extremely hard with NGB's, FIS, and event organizers to integrate and embrace these events into the AFP World Tour. It should be a great season." According to the AFP's Operations Manager Steele Spence, the abundance of worldwide events will help skiers climb the ranks of their global ranking system: AFP Announces 2013 World Tour Schedule | Unofficial Networks

AFP Announces 2013 World Tour Schedule

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The AFP (Association of Freeskiing Professionals) announced the tentative schedule for the 2013 AFP World Tour today. The calendar includes sanctioned events as well as events in the process of confirming dates. One thing is for sure, the schedule is packed, with 57 events, including FIS World Cups, beginning in October with the New Zealand WinterGames World Cup. AFP’s Executive Director, Eric Zerrenner says of the schedule:

“It’s always exciting when the World Tour calendar is released – it means ski season is right around the corner and the start of a new competition season leading up to the crowning of the next AFP World Champion. This season is particularly exciting given how robust the calendar is and the inclusion of World Cups. We have worked extremely hard with NGB’s, FIS, and event organizers to integrate and embrace these events into the AFP World Tour. It should be a great season.”

According to the AFP’s Operations Manager Steele Spence, the abundance of worldwide events will help skiers climb the ranks of their global ranking system:

“The 2013 AFP World Tour Schedule will have a further reach than we could have imagined only a few years ago.  This season, with more events worldwide reaching freeskiing’s grassroots level of competitor, we will continue to provide a clear path for skiers to climb our global ranking system and reach their goals.”

 

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