Course curriculum

    1. Course Overview

    1. Pipe considerations

    2. Trick Location

    1. Comparing 3 Halfpipe Runs

    2. Evaluating Execution

    3. Evaluating Difficulty

    4. Evaluating Amplitude

    5. Evaluating Variety

    6. Evaluating Progression

    1. Applying Deductions

    2. D.A.V.E. scores

    1. 2020 Mammoth - WC - Men´s Halfpipe

    2. ** QUIZ ** Men´s Halfpipe Warm-up Runs

    3. 2020 Mammoth - WC - Mens Halfpipe

    4. ** QUIZ ** Men´s Halfpipe Competition Runs

    1. 2020 Mammoth - WC - Men´s Halfpipe - Ranking

    2. ** QUIZ ** Men´s Halfpipe - Ranking

    3. 2020 Mammoth - WC - Women´s Halfpipe - Ranking

    4. ** QUIZ ** Women´s Halfpipe - Ranking

About this course

  • Free
  • 28 lessons
  • 0 hours of video content


Snowboard Instructor Gaz Vogan

Gaz started snowboarding in 2004 before becoming a judge in 2014, judging at national level events in the UK, before starting to judge on the World Cup Tour in 2018. Since then, he has judged at a variety of World Cups, the Youth Olympic Games, European Youth Olympic Festival, Winter Universiade as well as Head Judging Europa Cups and the Chinese National Champs. He’s commentated with Eurosport for the 2018 Winter Olympics and coaches young snowboarders on the dry slopes of the UK.

Snowboard Instructor Fredrik Westman

Snowboard Instructor Markus Betschart


Snowboard Judges Coordinator Ola Sundekvist

I am happy to be a part of building and updating this judges education learning platform. We, this team of a great crew with big experience in judges world, working together with all education courses on this platform. I have been involved in Judges Educations since 1998 and still learning.

International Snowboard Judge Instructor (CAN) Marcello Centurione

Been in the game a long time and I love sharing my years of experience with other judges at all levels. What motivates me is to keep finding ways to improve and raise the bar of judging, finding ways to improve the tools and techniques we currently use and educate broadly to raise knowledge and awareness. Always keeping an open mind towards the sport, how we judge, and the perspectives of others involved in our amazing sport.