First-Ever Double Cork 1260 In Women’s Competition Is Thrown Over A Snow Castle

What hap­pens when a group of medieval-mind­ed damsels who also hap­pen to be some of the world’s best skiers get a chance to shred apart the great­est ski-park-chateau ever built? Dou­ble back­flips, cas­tle bonks, and dou­ble corked 12s, that’s what!

Nine Queens is an all-female, invite-only ski com­pe­ti­tion held at the Ser­faus-Fiss-Ladis ski­ing resort in Tyrol, Austria.

This year’s event fea­tured some firsts for women’s ski­ing includ­ing a rodeo 900 from ZuZ­ic­ka Stromko­va (2nd place), a dou­ble front flip and rodeo 7 from Camil­lia Berra (3rd place), and, with the first ever dou­ble cork 1260 in women’s com­pe­ti­tion, 17 year old Lisa Zim­mer­mann brought home 1st place.

Check out these daz­zling damsels as they do bat­tle with the Camelot of super parks, and per­form ski­ing so mind-blow­ing you’ll swear you’re in a medieval fan­ta­sy land.