2015 Dew Tour Amateur Series

The Dew Tour Am Series, North America’s premier amateur ski and snowboard competition, is returning to Canada next month. The two-day competition will take place at Sun Peaks Resort in Sun Peaks British Columbia and will feature a brand new Big Air competition as well as the signature Slopestyle event.

Ski and board fans are encouraged to stop by Sun Peaks Resort all weekend for athlete meet-and-greets, Mountain Dew sampling, prizing, live DJ’s and more.

According to Neetu Godara, Mountain Dew Canada’s Marketing Director, “Canada is stacked with amateur ski and snowboard talent and we’re proud to be able to give them the tools they need to elevate their performance. With $30,000 in prize money to be won, the Dew Tour Am Series is truly one of the top amateur events in the country.”

Mountain Dew will cap off the weekend with two excellent concerts featuring top musical talent by Tokyo Police Club and Mother Mother. Tokyo Police Club will perform on Friday evening and Mother Mother on Saturday (both shows start at 7:15 pm at the Mountain Dew Stage).

Ready to get into the action? Check out the Dew Tour Series competitor and registration pages.

Dew Tour Am Series

Dates: March 27 and 28 (ski events Friday, snowboard events Saturday)
Venue: Sun Peaks Resort, bottom of Sundance Express Chairlift
Prizing Mechanism: Jam Format/Single Best Trick Contest
Discipline: Slopestyle and Big Air
Prizing: Slope Style, $20,000; Big Air, $10,000 (shared equally amongst male/female competitors)
Athletes: 10% invited; 90% registered (male and female); Open to all North American athletes 13 years and older on event day

Note the following eligibility requirements:
If you have competed in a Dew Tour event, including Open Qualifiers, you are considered a professional. The only exception would be if you have ever received a special invitation from the Dew Tour (as an amateur) and have maintained your amateur status.

If a sponsor is providing you with financial compensation above and beyond that which covers travel and event expenses, you are ineligible to compete as an amateur athlete in DTAS. The Competition Jury will confirm an athlete’s amateur status prior to the contest and will notify participants if they are ineligible to compete. The Competition Jury reserves the right to disqualify an athlete at any time if they do not adhere to the guidelines stated above.

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