Twenty Pro Athletes To Compete on One of the Steepest Streets In San Francisco For Over $100,000 in Cash and Prizes
WHAT: ICER AIR 2005 is a big-air ski and snowboard competition held on one of the steepest streets of San Francisco. An 800-foot ski jump course will be constructed on Fillmore Street and covered with 12,000 cubic feet of snow for the first-of-its-kind urban ski event. Olympic ski champion Jonny Moseley will host the event.
The athletes, 10 pro-skiers & 10 pro-snowboarders, will clear an entire city block over the Vallejo Street intersection to the landing area on Fillmore Street between Vallejo and Green Streets. Ideal jumps will have the riders cover over 60 feet and up to heights of 20 feet above street level.
Athletes will be competing for over $100,000 in cash and prizes. Charity partners for ICER AIR 2005 are Boarding for Breast Cancer and CHARITYSMITH.
Athletes will include: Jimi Tomer, Kurt Wastell, Andreas Wiig, JJ Thomas, Ali Goulet, Aaron Biittner, Darrell Mathes, John Jackson, Marc Frank Montoya, Kye Petersen, TJ Schiller, Simon Dumont, Rory Silva, Eric Pollard, CR Johnson, Sean Field, Mickael Deschenaux, Grete Eliassen, and Jon Olsson.
Takes place on Fillmore st. btw. Broadway and Green st.
Added by jnperrings on August 10, 2005