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World Snow Day Final Report Released

12. April 2019
Each year World Snow Day releases the Final Report with the aim of giving interested parties are more detailed look at the results of the event.

For World Snow Day 2019 the achievements were exceptional. Amongst them:

• 1 day around the world
• 4 nationwide events
• 8 events in the southern hemisphere
• 7.8% growth in social media
• 9 global partners: Atomic Skiing, Best of the Alps, Eurosport, European Broadcasting Union, Federation of the European Sporting Goods Industry, Infront Sports and Media, MND Group, Protect Our Winters and SKADI App.
• 11 events in major cities
• 45 participating countries
• 123 events in one country
• 464 events in total
• 4’003 world Snow Day events over eight editions.
• More than 114’556 YouTube video views.
• Over 240’000 visitors to
• Over 270’000 event participants.
• More than 315’000 participants in the 8th Edition of World Snow Day!
• Over 20 million people reached on social media since World Snow Day 2018.

As well as this, World Snow Day has already achieved two of its five current goals. They are:

1. Environment
Goal: To have had 50 events with environmental activities inside their event programme.
Result: Up to now, 74 World Snow Day events took advantage of the POW7 and promoted protection and action to conserve the natural environment.

2. Safety:
Goal: To have had 50 events with safety activities inside their event programme.
Result: 61 event Organisers used the newly created “SnowKidz Safety Animations” to promote safety to event participants.

FIS would like to extend another congratulations to all the Organisers, fans, partners and participants. Without your hard work, support and contributions World Snow Day would be the success it is today.

The full 2019 World Snow Day Final Report can be viewed online and downloaded by clicking the link below
World Snow Day 2019 Final Report Download [35.31 MB]
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