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World Snow Day 2014 claims success
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A report just out says it has beaten its target and is expected to grow over the coming years. The event aims to encourage children to take up snowsports.

It is run and organised by the International Ski Federation, FIS, and last winter was its third year.

610 events were held in 35 countries with more than half a million people involved.

A report has just been published examining in detail the event and its future.

The report details all aspects of the event including analysis of goals, actions by FIS, projects by partners, events by organisers, feedback from organisers and breakdowns of events by continent and country.

In addition, World Snow Day has also obtained detailed feedback from event participants and non-event participants.

It is hoped that this information will benefit all those involved as stakeholders or simply participants. 

See here for the full report.

Next year World Snow Day takes place on January 18th as we reported in this earlier PlanetSKI story.

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