Friday Night Jib Fights
Friday Night Jib Fights – The Who, When, Where and Why
Ladies and gentlemen, it’s fighting time. Friday, January 4th, join us for the 2nd stop of the FNJF series and the 1st PC stop. I’m sure Coop and the crew will have a creative course put together, you'll see it coming to life the next few days.
Are you the best jibber in the Wasatch? This is your chance to find out and you can win cash moneys or prizes.
Who – You! Skier or Snowboarder? Open or Am? Man or Women (well that part has been decided for you).
When – Friday, January 4. $15 Registration is live now here or stop by the registration tent at the First Time Ticket Office Friday, January 4 from 4:00 - 5:00 p.m.
Where – The event will take place at the bottom of the 3 Kings park.
Why – Because, it’s the best way to spend your Friday night. You get to ski or snowboard with your best friends and win cool stuff.
The fine print – In case you didn’t know, Friday Night Jib Fights is an event series brought to you by Brighton, Park City Mountain Resort & Snowbasin Resorts, presented by The Truth & Outride by Mophie. All participants 18 and older must sign a waiver prior to competing, all participants 17 and under must have a parent or legal guardian sign their waiver for them. Discounted lift tickets are available for registered competitors.
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The 4th stop of the Friday Night Jib Fights rail jam series.
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The last and final jump in Kings Crown, 81 feet from lip to knuckle.
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The up-down candy cane jib up in Neff Land. Really sweet.
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