Above Cody Bramwell. Photo: @freerideworldtour/©JBERNARD
As the final stop of this year’s Freeride World Tour is just around the corner, we wanted to highlight the success of Britain’s own Cody Bramwell. Throwing down a massive backflip followed by a clean run, secured Cody his win at the first stop in the FTW 2021, in Andorra. Here’s how it happened…
After last week’s stop in Fieberbrunn, Austria, Cody also secured his place for next year’s tour, leaving us excited for what the future will hold for him.
“Throwing down a massive backflip followed by a clean run, secured Cody his win at the first stop in the FTW 2021, in Andorra”
With a weather window set between the 20th and 28th of March, the final stop of the FWT will take place in Verbier, Switzerland, and determine which of the male snowboarders end up at the top of the podium. On that note, we’d also like to congratulate Marion Haerty for securing her fourth FWT victory after last week’s 3rd stop and breaking the FWT all-time record for titles!
Verbier has been home to freeriding as long as we have known the sport to exist, whilst Bec de Rosses has provided a canvas for some of the most challenging lines we’ve ever laid eyes on. Make sure to tune into this year’s final stop through the live stream on Whitelines.