Sam Sandiford

April 01 2022


FW rider Tiphanie Perrotin began the season as a rookie on the Freeride World Tour. Bringing her fluid style and precise technique, she impressed the judges and fans around the world. Her consistent riding throughout the competition resulted in 3 out of 4 podiums before the final in Verbier placing her in contention for the overall title. With tricky conditions on the Bec des Rosses, Tiphanie tackled the challenging face with her unique flair, resulting in a well-earned podium position and the score she needed to be crowned overall world champion.

Take a look back on Tiphanie’s winning runs and hear her perspective on an incredible first season on the tour.

"It’s created unforgettable memories. It was an emotional day and a recognition of my passion for snowboarding."

- On being world champion.

Tiphanie's first FWT win in Ordino Arcalís, Andorra.

"I try to ride with the same pleasure in competitions as outside of them. What changes is that you prepare yourself more mentally and physically because you only have one run in competitions."

- On competition mindset.

After a tough competition in Kicking horse, Tiphanie came back with a winning run in Fiberbrunn, Austria.

"The highlight of my season was Verbier, because of the legendary face of the Bec des Rosses and all the excitement around it. And to finish my first season with a World Champion title, it was completely crazy. Believe in your dreams!"

- On season highlights.

Tiphanie's title winning run in Verbier.

From everyone at FW, well done Tiphanie! We can't wait to see what next season holds.

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