Julia Meier-Gromyko (BEL), Jana Meir (GER), Bianca and Nadine Schall, both from Austria, are the skiers to watch in women’s slalom.
IWWF Men’s World Cableski Slalom Record Holder Simon Hermann (GER), Aviv Levy (ISR) and Or Shinuk (ISR) are expected to challenge for the men’s slalom gold medal.
2017 IWWF Male Cableskier of the Year Nikita Papakul (BEL), Aliaksandr Mikhailou (BEL) and Stsiapan Shpak (BEL) are expected to fight it out for the gold medal in men’s tricks and Maria Beliakova (BEL), who just recently set a pending IWWF Women’s World Cableski Trick record, is the favourite in women’s trick.
In women’s jump, Irina Turets (BEL) and 2017 IWWF Female Cableskier of the Year Hanna Straltsova (BEL) will battle it out for the gold medal. Current IWWF Men’s World Cableski Jump Record Holder, Nikita Papakul (BEL), Stsiapan Shpak (BEL), Kamil Borysewicz (POL) and Alexander Vasko (SVK) will be looking to see who kicks the men’s gold medal winning jump.
Friday, 21nd September 2018 7:30 AM Trick Prelim Women Series 2 Followed By Trick Prelim Women Series 1 Followed By Trick Prelim Men Series 2 Followed By Trick Prelim Men Series 1 Followed By Slalom Prelim Women Series 1 5:30 PM Opening Ceremony
Saturday, 22nd September 2018 7:30 AM Men’s Trick Final Followed By Women’s Trick Final Followed By Slalom Prelim Men Series 2 Followed By Slalom Prelim Men Series 1 Followed By Jump Finals (1.5 m / 1.65 m / 1.8 m) Followed By Women’s Slalom Final Followed By Men’s Slalom Final
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