World Snow Day 2019 Confirmed
The 8th edition of World Snow Day is confirmed


Following the success of World Snow Day 2018, FIS has confirmed the 8th edition of World Snow Day will take place on the 20. January 2019.

Over the coming months the FIS team will be developing new support features to help make staging World Snow Day events/actions easier and more fun. These include new Organiser Care Packages, a new World Snow Day trailer and video content as well tools to advance the goals of safety and environment.
In addition to the support features World Snow Day will also be hosting the World Snow Day Awards in 2019. All Organisers have a chance to win one or multiple categories. Information on the Awards, deadlines and judging criteria will be released over the next weeks.

World Snow Day is in the strongest place it has ever been. FIS encourages all ski resorts, ski and snowboard schools, tourism organisations, National Ski and Snowboard Associations, government and non-government bodies to take advantage and celebrate all things snow. See you on the 20. January 2019!


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