With the merger between World Snowboard Federation (WSF) and TTR Pro Snowboarding complete, the new WSF membership system is now ready to be launched. After the merger with TTR, the new WSF will represent all three major stakeholder groups in snowboarding: national governing bodies, event organisers and riders. Due to the additional member categories as well as assets from the merger, the membership structure had to be overhauled.
The WSF will have the following direct membership types available:
Below are the details of the WSF membership types
WSF Nation Membership: €500
Nation membership fee for all Nations with additional fees charged by World Snowboarding (WS) for the larger nations based on the number of their Nation’s active riders using the WSPL and the number of events submitted for calendaring and results to the WSPL. Details below.
Additional fee based on a Nation’s active riders on the WSPL
< 300 €3500
* Based on Riders/ Nation at 01.09.2017
* Nations who have already paid their Membership for the current 2017 / 2018 Season based on the previous membership model will receive a revised invoice delivered.
WSF Provisional Membership: €300
* Provisional Membership was formerly known as Watching Member
WSF Event Membership: €100
WSF Rider Membership: 60US$
* To sign up for your WSF Rider Membership go to http://www.worldsnowboarding.org/faq-rider-membership/#4
Below are the details of the World Snowboarding service fees.
‘World Snowboarding, is the WSF company that manages the WSPL, whole of sport calendaring, judging education and a communications platform for the whole of sport in terms of competitions, rankings, rider information, stats and data.’
>25 Results: 50% Discount on Service Fee
>50 Results: 70% Discount on Service Fee
3 different examples below :
To submit event details for the Global Events Calendar and the World Snowboarding Points List please link through to the details on World Snowboarding’s website.