After a hiatus in 2020, the country’s longest running snowboard event makes its triumphant return as a web based contest, with a $16K prize purse up for grabs. And for the first time, equal prize money for men and women.
This year’s contest will look a little different to years past, but with the same Cattleman’s spirit we’ve come to know and love. For a two-week period, riders will have the opportunity to ride a Cattleman’s inspired feature in the Mt Buller park and upload up to ten tricks to the online Cattleman’s event hub. Tricks will then be scored online by a panel of judges, with a rider’s top five tricks amounting to their overall score.
At the end of the two-week period, the top three men and top three women’s scores will make up the 2021 Cattleman’s Rail Jam podium and take home a share of $16,000 in prize money, with an additional cash prize for Best Trick. (1st place: $4000, 2nd place $2000, 3rd place $1000, Best Trick $1000).
Burton is proud to partner with Clippero as the official event platform for the Cattleman’s event. The Clippero hub offers the ability for users to easily upload and submit videos, watch other entries, read rules and view leaderboards – all from your smartphone or desktop. Entry terms and conditions apply. Full rules and details for the event are available at clippero.com/burtonaustralianz.
Burton and Pirate Life Brewing will be hosting the official Cattleman’s Après Drinks on August 1st at Stokehouse Mt Buller, where winners will be announced live online. Full après details coming soon.
Get out there and get clipped up!