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Toyota Mondial Acrobatx

The Centre Acrobatx Yves Laroche is pleased to inform you about the 15th edition of the Toyota Mondial Acrobatx. This international water ramp competition is a unique event in Canada and this year, athletes from 7 different countries will be at the rendezvous: Australia, Canada, China, United States, Japan, Russia and Switzerland. In fifteen years it’s a record! Also, this is the first year we will have a record number of top world ranked athletes!

IFrameHere is the schedule of activities and competitions for the weekend:

Thursday, August 22

Press conference at the Centre Acrobatx Yves Laroche

Friday, August 23 – Big Air Pro, amateur and junior

Qualification 15h00

Final from 19h00

Acrobatic show in the evening

Saturday, August 24 – World Elite

Qualification 14h00

Final from 19h00

Sunday, August 25th – World Junior

Qualification 10h00 and 12h30

Final from 14h00

Friday, August the 23rd in the afternoon will be held the qualification for athletes of Big Air in the Pro category as well as the competition for juniors and amateurs. The Big Air finale will be presented in the evening as a duel. The duel format of competition facilitates the understanding for the spectators, allowing them to compare two athletes executing one after the other. We are waiting for the athletes from the Quebec team and some American skiers.

Saturday will be reserved for the Aerial competition, qualifications will take place in the afternoon and the finals in the evening. Several Olympians will compete as well as the reigning world champion and most of the worlds Top 10 ranked athletes! The competition will be high for both men and women as several Olympians and World Cup medalists will be present. Be prepared to see three flips with four or even five twists!

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We are looking forward to seeing you and cheer for our Canadian athletes. For more information, please contact: Jonathan Martin or 418-849-5000


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