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Malam Jabba Ski Resort announces 2nd International Snowboarding Championship

The mega sports event will see participation from foreign delegates from Europe & Afghanistan as well 80+ local athletes.

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Malam Jabba Ski Resort is proud to announce the second International Snowboarding Championship showcasing an exciting display of competitive winter sports from foreign athletes from Europe and Afghanistan as well 80+ local athletes from Gilgit, Swat, Chitral, Hunza, and Malam Jabba. The one-of-its-kind event in Pakistan is all set to take place from the 19th January 2020 to 23rd January 2020.

Organized in collaboration with PC Hotel Malam Jabba & Malam Jabba Ski Resort, the championship will hold 4 games of Parallel Giant Slalom and Giant Slalom for male and female participants. The winners will be rewarded with certificates & prize money as an acknowledgment of their efforts. To further add to the festivities, the event will feature scrumptious food stalls, kids play area, winter sports activities, adventurous rides and much more. Pakistan’s top food outlets; Tuscany courtyard, Gloria Jeans, Street 1 Café, Taos, Arif Chatkhara, Zee grill, Cannoli, Haji Nehari, Yousaf Pathoray, OPTP, Shinwari karahi, Sindhi Biyani, Khokha Khola, and a lot of more local cuisines will be putting up stalls at the ski resort for tourists and athletes.

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Indeed, the International Snowboarding Championship is organized with the aim to promote winter sports in the country as well as projecting the softer image of Pakistan. With the presence of foreign athletes in an international championship hosted in the country, a positive message will be sent across the globe that Pakistan is safe for tourism of all kinds. In addition to this, the participation of local athletes & attendance from domestic tourists will help promote winter sports in the country and provide a healthy outlet to the youth.

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