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Edmonton's Commonwealth Stadium is hosting the return of the International Ski Federation (FIS) Snowboard Big Air World Cup on December 10, where top snowboarders from around the world will vie for victory. Described as the "largest temporary snowboarding structure," this colossal 147-foot-tall and 483-foot-long snowboard jump is situated at the southeast end of the stadium. Rich Hegarty, director of major events for Canada Snowboard, highlighted in an interview with Postmedia that this innovative structure offers snowboarders an unparalleled opportunity for an exceptional and immersive snowboarding experience. In a recent interview with Postmedia, Jason Fesyk, the supervisor of major events at the City of Edmonton's stadium, revealed that this year's new jump alignment will provide accessibility to a greater number of seats in the venue. Hegarty mentioned that Canada's leading snowboarders, including Mark McMorris, will be participating in the event. Hegarty also highlighted that this marks the inaugural snowboard World Cup in North America for the year and is a crucial part of the Olympic Games qualifying tour.

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