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Toyo Tires sponsors a winter sports competition where you can freely slide down the snowy mountains

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Freeride skiing and snowboarding is a new style of winter sports where you can freely slide down the entire snowy mountain.

TOYO TIRE is a freeride ski that will be held from January to March 2022. → Continue reading


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Freestyle skiing

Freestyle skiing(British: Freestyle skiing) IsSkiWhile gliding on the air etc.AcrobaticsTo goSports.


The aspect of competition such as moguls and aerial, and what is called freeskiing, freeride or new schoolExtreme sportsHas an aspect as.Freestyle designations may refer to these in general or to a narrow range of competition aspects only.In addition, freestyle skiing in competition is sometimes called old school for new school.In moguls and ski crosses, speed is also evaluated, but basically it is a sport that competes for techniques such as turns and air, and is conscious of showing to the audience.

Type of competition

In the freestyle skiing competition, air is applied on the way down the uneven bump slope to compete for speed, turn technology, and air technology.Mogul, Compete only for air technologyAerialCompete for acting skills and artistry by jumping and spinning while gliding to the musicAcro(Old ballet, ballet ski), multiple people at the same timeKickerGlide on a course with waves and compete for speedSki crossCompete for air technology using semi-cylindrical slopesHalf pipeand so on.


1930 eraToNorwayでAlpine skiing,Cross country skiingIt is said that the acrobatics were done during the training.1950 eraToAmericaPerformance by professional skiers at1970 eraWhen you enterCanadaCompetitions have come to be held at such places.Moreover1979 ToInternational Ski FederationFreestyle skiing approved by (FIS) as an official event1980 からFreestyle Ski World CupBegan to be held,1986 ToFranceSo the firstFreestyle Skiing World ChampionshipWas also held.again,1988 Calgary OlympicsIt was held as a public event in1992 Albertville OlympicsSince then, it has become a formal event.

There are three global freestyle skiing competitions: the World Cup, the World Championships and the Olympics.At the beginning of the annual World Cup held in 3, there was a combination that decides the ranking based on the overall results of the moguls, aerials, and acros.1997 ToDual mogulsJoined the competition,1999 Combined is abolished.Moreover2000 Acro is out of the competition,2003 Newly added ski crosses and halfpipes. At the World Championships, which are held once every two years, almost the same events are held in the form of following the World Cup, and at the first competition in 2, the three events of moguls, aerial, and acro were combined.1999 From the tournament, combined is abolished and dual moguls are added,2001 Acro is abolished at the tournament.2005 Ski crosses and halfpipes have been added since the tournament.At the Olympic Games, in 1988, the Calgary Olympics made the three events of acro, moguls, and aerial public, and the moguls became official events from the 3 Albertville Olympics in the next competition.At the Albertville Olympics, Acro and Aerial are once again open to the public, and at the next competition.1994 OfLillehammer OlympicsSince then, aerial has also been adopted as an official event.However, at the Lillehammer Olympics, Acro was not held as a public event and never became an official event. As mentioned above, it was out of the competition at the World Cup and World Championships and disappeared from the world stage.again,2010 OfVancouver OlympicsThen ski cross,2014 OfSochi OlympicsSlopestyle and halfpipe have been added to the official event.


FreeskiingWhat is (English: Free Skiing)?Freeride skiing(English: Freeride Skiing),New school skiingAlso known as (English: Newschool Skiing), it is a more dangerous but more freestyle ski than the freestyle skiing competitions organized mainly by the FIS.ノ ノ ー ボ ーBased on tricks that use the terrain and play in parks with rails and boxes, compete for air skills using the jumping platform.Big airCompete for air technology using or semi-cylindrical slopesHalf pipe, Use a larger halfpipeSuper pipeGlide on a course with rails and boxesSlope styleContests such as are being held.Mainly because freeskiing often slips backwardsTwin tip skiIs used.Halfpipes and ski crosses will also be held at the FIS-sponsored World Cup, and even moguls will have a major impact on FIS-sponsored freestyle skiing competitions, such as the lifting of the ban on high-risk vertical rotation and 3D air. There is.X Games, US Open, Japan Open and other unique tournaments are held in various places, but there is no international federation like FIS, and the position of each tournament was unclear.However, in 2009 the Association of Freeskiing Professionals (AFP)[1]An organization has been established to determine the global ranking by adding points to existing competitions held in each country (including the World Cup in the halfpipe).

the term

  • Trick: A general term for the technique of grabbing and moving skis.
  • Air: Performing tricks while jumping using the terrain.
  • Ground Trick: Also known as Gratley for short.A trick to do on flat snow without using jumping platforms or terrain.
  • Jib: Gliding on rails, boxes, etc. other than on snow.
  • Grab: Grabbing the skis by hand.
  • Regular: Sliding forward.
  • Switch: Sliding backwards.Also known as Fakie.Basically, the tricks you do with the switch are more difficult than the regular ones.


エ ア

  • Straight air: Fly straight without doing anything on the kicker or table.Also called a stick jump or a straight jump.

Upright system

  • Iron Cross: The technique of bending your legs backwards and crossing the skis.
  • Kozak: The technique of spreading your legs to the left and right and bending your body forward.
  • Zootnick: The technique of bending your body forward while keeping your legs aligned.
  • Spread Eagle: A technique that greatly expands the limbs.
  • Darphy: A technique that alternates back and forth like walking on the left and right limbs.
  • Twister: A technique that twists the upper and lower body in opposite directions.
  • Back scratcher: A technique to bend the body backwards.The combination that connects to Kozak is famous.


  • Straight rotation: Lateral spin.Also called a helicopter.
    • 180 (One Eighty, One): Half a turn.
    • 360 (Three Sixty, Sabroku, Three): One rotation.
    • 540 (Five Forty, Five Four, Five): Make one and a half revolutions.
    • 720 (Seven Twenty, Seven Two, Seven): Two rotations.
    • 900 (Nine Hand Red, Nine): Two and a half revolutions.
    • 1080 (Ten Eighty, Ten): 3 rotations.
    • 1260 (Twelve Six, Twelve): Three and a half revolutions.
    • 1440 (Fourteen Forty): Make four turns.
  • Flip: Vertical spin.
    • Front flip: Somersault forward.
    • Backflip: Back flip.
    • Side flip: Side flip.
  • 3D: Spin that combines vertical and horizontal rotation.There are various names depending on the combination.
    • Off Axis: Refers to all misalignment tricks.
    • Misty: 3D with front flip and horizontal rotation.
    • Rodeo: 3D with side flips and horizontal rotation.
    • D-spin: A spin of lateral rotation with the body axis tilted sideways.
    • Corkscrew: A lateral spin with the body axis tilted backwards.
    • Bio: To turn the body axis to the side in the direction of travel.


I will explain it as if it were done with the right hand.

  • Safety grab: Grab the right board (the board on the hand side to grab).The most common grab.
  • Mute grab: Grab the left board (the board opposite the gripping hand).
    • Tweak: Open your ungrabbed foot from the mute grab to the side.
    • Rjukan: Stretch your ungrabbed legs from the mute grab.
  • Judo Grab: Grab the left board from behind the right foot.
  • Japan Grab: Grab the out edge of the left board from behind the right foot.
  • Tail grab: Grab the tail of the board.
  • Tip grab: Grab the top of the board.
  • Rocket: Stretch your legs forward and grab both boards.
  • Truck driver: Grab the front of the board with your right hand on the right and your left hand on the left.It looks like a truck driver is driving.
  • Method: Grab and bend further.
  • Double grab: Grab with both hands.
  • Two grabs: Two types of grabs during a single jump.

Grand trick

  • Carving: A method of turning both edges up and carving into the snow surface.Alpine skiingBut it is often seen.
  • Hand slide: A method of sliding with your hands on the snow surface during a carving turn.There are "Double Hand Slide" that puts both hands on the snow surface and "Zaman Special" that is done with one foot.
  • Grand Spin (Sliding 360): A technique that slides and rotates the board without floating it.If you get used to it, you can make many rotations until you turn your eyes.Advanced playersFigure skatingHigh-speed rotation like this is also possible.
  • Jump switch: Fly lightly, rotate 180 degrees and land.There is a "regular to fakie" that lands with a fakie from the normal state (regular), and a "fakie to regular" that switches from the opposite fakie.
  • Grand 360: A technique to jump on the ground and make one revolution without relying on a kicker or the like.
  • Solo: The technique of spinning and sliding with one foot.It is common to bend your knees deeply to bend down and grab (grab) the floating board with one hand.When raising the upper body, there is also a method of rotating the tail (heel part of the board) so as to drag it, or combining the steps described later.
  • Open leg: A technique in which both feet are opened extremely to the ganimata and the boards are slid in a straight line so that the tails of both boards are stuck together.When gliding, the body turns sideways with respect to the direction of travel like a snowboard.You can also turn by moving your weight.As a derivative technique, there is also a technique of switching 180 degrees from this state, raising the nose (toe side) of the board on the valley side and sliding like dragging the tail.
  • Step (Cross): A technique like skating where one board is crossed so that the other board straddles, and the remaining board is pulled out and slipped from behind.When done with a fakie, it is called a "fakie cross".
  • Nose Manual: A fakie technique that lifts the heel and slides with just the toes.Willy facing backwards.You can also turn.A typical technique of skiboard tricks.It is easier to do it if you make a difference between the front and back of the board.There is also a way to grab the tail.
  • Pemp Grind: A technique to move sideways with the nose manual.
  • Nose Spin: A technique that makes one revolution with the nose manual.Actually, after sliding 1 degrees in the regular state, raise the heel and rotate 180 degrees with the nose.
  • Tail manual: The technique of floating and sliding the toes.
  • Above head: The technique of sliding with one foot while raising the lifted foot higher than overhead.If you want to raise it backwards, you can use figure skating.spiralGrab near the tail in the same way as.It looks good if you stretch your arms and legs up.It is more difficult to grab it with the left and right hands on the opposite side of the raised foot, and advanced players can turn and spin.There is also a technique called "ballet skiing" that raises the skis sideways instead of behind them.
  • Cartwheel: A cartwheel with both hands on the snow while gliding and wearing a skiboard.Very difficult.If you do not stretch your legs properly, the board will stick to the snow surface and you will be injured, so be careful.


As the top tournamentOlympic,World Cup,World championshipBelow that, there is the Continental Cup, which is a continental tournament, and below that, there are national championships held in each country.In addition, the Junior World Championships are also held.


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