The 2021 and 2022 World Mountainboard Championships
The International Mountainboard Association in partnership with Association Mountainboard Compiegne and Australian Mountainboarders would like to announce the 2021 - 2022 World Mountainboard Championships
Mountainboarders around the world, we hope you are faring well in these uncertain times. It has been refreshing to see athletes beginning to head outside and ride.
In April the IMA and the Association Mountainboard Compiègne made the decision to cancel the 2020 World
Championships scheduled in France. It was a tough decision for all parties involved and raised questions about
future World Mountainboard Championships.
We are now excited to announce the 2021 World Championships will be held in Compiègne, France and the 2022 World Championships will be held in Melbourne, Australia!
Yes, the schedule has been moved forward a year at both venues. Many thanks to Ludo at Association Mountainboard Compiègne and Dylan Warren at Australian Mountainboarders for helping coordinate these moves!
2021Compiegne, France July 14-17, 2021
Racing in Compiegne returns in 2021 with an outstanding mountainboard center located centrally in Europe. This impeccable freestyle facility and track has athletes in all divisions pushing as hard as they can. Having hosted the World Championships in 2017, Compiegne and the members of the AMC have proven to produce world class events!
Airport: Paris Charles de Gaulle
2022Melbourne, Australia Dates To Be Determined
The Australian Mountainboarders have built one of the top mountainboard locations at Ace-Hi Ranch south of Melbourne. A beautiful track and the most diverse freestyle park in the world awaits athletes traveling to Australia in 2022. With the Australian community growing, the talent level will be at an all time high!
Airport: Melbourne International
In closing, we appreciate what each of you bring to the sport and look forward to riding together in the future. Practice your 360’s, go a little bit faster and slide that rail. We’ll see you at the World Mountainboard Championships in 2021 and 2022!