February 1-6, 2022 WINSPORT COP, Calgary Alberta 


Canada Snowboard and Alberta Snowboarding are proud to host the 2022 AIR NATION FREESTYLE NATIONALS presented by TOYOTA and BURTON; a national championship that gathers the rising starts in Freestyle Snowboarding from across the country. From February 1st-6th,  2022 athletes will do their best to polish up their tricks and impress the judges on the Half Pipe and the Slope Style course WinSport Canada Olympic Park (COP). The Big Air Event will also be a highlight of the weeks events. 

Dustin Heise, Executive Director of Canada Snowboard, is excited to see this World Class event grace the slopes of Winsport COP:

“On behalf of Canada Snowboard and our provincial partners, it is my distinct pleasure to extend a warm welcome to all of our Canadian and international athletes participating in this event. We know that the organizers have worked hard to prepare the course and ensure that all the details have been taken care of to allow you to enjoy and compete at your highest level. Hoping that this event will be a memorable part of your competitive career as you strive to realize your personal snowboarding aspirations. 

From all of us involved with competitive snowboarding in Canada, we wish each and every one of you the very best. 

Have fun, do well and good luck!” 


The 2022 AIR NATION FREESTYLE NATIONALS presented by TOYOTA & BURTON will be held at WinSport, COP conveniently located in the South West of Calgary. WinSport, COP is looking forward to hosting the nations top freestyle athletes for an exciting week of competition. Located in Calgary, Alberta, WinSport COP is the home of the 1988 Winter Olympics and is a world class training facility to numerous sports. Its night riding allows young Athletes the ability to train after school in the only 22 foot pipe in Canada and one of the only night lit 22” pipes in North America. With excellent snowmaking abilities Winsport is able to build quality jumps for the Slopestyle athletes and numerous courses for riders of all abilities. 


Registration Deadline Online registration will close at 12h00 on January 30th,  2022. 

International Athletes Notice 

In order to confirm your registration, the Event Organizers need to receive a written confirmation from your National Snowboard Association confirming that you are in good standing, prior to your arrival at the event. The confirmation letter can be submitted by email to: registration@albertasnowboarding.com 

Note: A valid FIS License is required to be listed on the FIS ranking 

Eligibility – NorAm Competitions 

Competitors must also hold a valid FIS License in order to be listed on the FIS ranking. Canadian athletes can purchase FIS license, SAIP insurance and Provincial or Territorial Snowboard Association Membership before registering through your Provincial or Territorial Association. 

Registration Fees 

  • Senior Events HP/SS/BA – $150 (online registration only) 
  • Junior Events HP/SS – $125 (online registration only) 



All Canadian coaches at events must register and meet the Canadian Minimum Coach 

Certification Standards. Please register for the event by using the Coach Registration Link To ensure you fully understand the certification requirements, review the Coach Minimum Standards Policy 

COACHES REGISTRATION: Is found on the event registration page of each event in SnowReg.

Lift tickets for coaches will be available at the Coaches meeting the night before the event. 


Lift Tickets for training are available at the Hall of Fame in the Frank King Day Lodge for $30. 


Event Registration Fee refunds require the approval of the Alberta Snowboarding Executive Director. 

Request for refund must be submitted by email to: registration@albertasnowboarding.com 

The following are viable reasons for permitting Event Registration Fee refunds:  

  • Injury sustained prior to event training, preventing participation in event – must be confirmed with a doctor’s note.
  • Not passing the daily health check or a positive COVID test. 
  • Exceptions: hardship special circumstances require the prior approval of Alberta Snowboarding Executive Director. 

Refunds for cash or cheque transactions must be refunded by cheque. Credit card refunds must be processed via card transaction credit. 

Lift Tickets are not refundable. 


Canada Snowboard and Provincial and Territorial Snowboard Associations are committed to providing and maintaining a safe and healthy environment for all our stakeholders and safeguarding the broader communities in which they live and play. 

  • All Canada Snowboard Sanctioned Air & Speed Nation Events follow the Canada Snowboard Vaccination Policy.
  • You can find the latest information on federal and local health authorities and the current Covid 19 regulations on the Canada Snowboard Covid 19-Page. 

The process for entering Canada for competition / event, training or other snowboard related activities can be found HERE.

We are asking all athletes and volunteers to wear masks at ALL times, unless on course.  This means at the top of the course and on the lift.  We are trying to keep everyone as safe and healthy as possible.


Alberta Snowboarding Association, Canada Snowboard, the World Snowboard Federation and the International Ski Federation sanction the 2022 AIR NATION FREESTYLE NATIONALS presented by TOYOTA & BURTON as a FIS North American Cup and WSF National event. 


Certified helmets are mandatory for all training and competitions. Competitions are run in accordance with the provincial level rules. Detailed rules are available HERE 


Canada Snowboard enforces the guidelines set by the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) in accordance with FIS regulations. For more information on anti-doping procedures and guidelines, Click HERE (WADA) and/or HERE (FIS) 


Sandman Hotel , Calgary West, the official accommodation partner of the 2022 AIR NATION FREESTYLE NATIONALS presented by TOYOTA & BURTON is pleased to offer the following discounted accommodations for stays February 1 to 6, 2022.

Sandman hotel and suites. 125 Bowridge Drive , NW, Calgary, AB 

Rates from $103/ night 

How to Reserve a room: 

  • Call central reservations at 403-288-6033 or 1-800-726-3626 and quote ‘Alberta Snowboard Association’ with the check in and check out dates to make reservations. 
  • Rooms that are not picked up by January 15, 2022 will be released back into the hotel. 
  • If rooms are requested after the release dates, the Sandman will honor the rates pending room availability. 

Book your group rate for National Championships 


Competition sites are located 28 km away from the Calgary International Airport. 


The total cash purse will be dependant on the number of athletes that are participating in the events. 



CS Technical Representative: Maggie Dekking, Technical Delegate: Andy Wise 

Chief of Competition: Sandy Macdonald, Head of Judges: Sheena Keay


If you are interested in being part of the team as a volunteer, sign up Click  HERE 

NOTE: All Volunteers and Officials on site will need to be members of their Provincial or Territorial Snowboard Association and be at minimum a Snowboard Official Level 1. To know more about Canada Snowboard Officials Program, click HERE 


Frank King Day Lodge – Old Hall of Fame Theatre


Monday January 31st, 2022 – 16h00

Tuesday February 1st, 2022 – 20h30

Wednesday February 2nd, 2022 – 16h30 

Thursday February 3rd, 2022 – 15h30 

Friday February 4th, 2022 – 17h30 

Saturday February 5th, 2022 – 16h30 


Tuesday February 1st 2022 – Jr Halfpipe Training 13h00-15h00, Sr Halfpipe Training 18h00-20h00 

Wednesday February 2nd 2022 – Sr Slopestyle and Big Air Training 9h00-11h00, Jr Halfpipe 11h30-14h30, Sr Halfpipe 18h00-21h00

Thursday February 3rd 2022 – Big Air 9h00-13h30, Sr Slopestyle Training 14h00-16h00

Friday February 4th 2022 –  Sr Slopestyle 09h00-15h30

Saturday February 5th 2022 – Jr Slopestyle Training 9h30-12h30, Grom Event 13h00-16h00

Sunday February 6th 2022 – Jr Slopestyle 9h00-17h00 

*Note that the schedule is subject to change. 






Canada Snowboard Senior Events Coordinator