PRINOTH ensured the perfect conditions from the 12th to the 24th of January, 2015.

Despite the lack of snow and the extremely difficult conditions, all the competitions could take place and the World Champions were celebrated in style. “We had the challenge to rebuild the course several times and we made a very great experience with PRINOTH vehicles”, mentioned FIS Freestyle Ski Cross Race Director Martin Fiala at the end of the competitions. The challenge was also to provide several obstacles and courses on a very small area during the 12-day event. Nine PRINOTH snow groomers supported the FIS Builders at their work.

“We started here on January the 2nd with a great fleet of PRINOTH machines to build the world championship course. We had a variety of snow conditions throughout the way, we have seen everything from +17°C to -10°C and a little bit of rain, but the construction has gone very well and I really enjoyed working with PRINOTH,” reflected FIS Builder Nick Roma during the PRINOTH get-together on the 24th of January 2015. On that day, PRINOTH organized a special event for more than 50 clients, driver and partner. Starting with a day of skiing on the Kreischberg Mountain, exclusive grooming demos and finishing up with a cozy get-together in the “Österreich Haus” and private lounge with a direct view on the Big Air Finals.

Following the Freestyle World Championships, the FIS Alpine World Ski Championship which is now taking place in Vail Beaver Creek where PRINOTH is also the official snow groomer supplier and is once again able to prove its expertise at major international events after Sotschi 2014 and Kreischberg 2015.