The International Paralympic Committee (IPC) Para-Snowboard World Championships are set to be streamed live online from La Molina, Spain, during the competition later this month.
The action from the event, due to take place between February 23 and 28, can be watched at ParalympicSport.TV, while United States fan can catch the competition on www.teamusa.org/US-Paralympics.
In addition to the live stream, live results, daily previews and reviews will be available at www.LaMolina2015.com and updates will be posted to IPC Alpine Skiing's Facebook and Twitter accounts.
As well as an outstanding field of athletes, the World Championships will feature the new format of snowboard-cross head-to-head, which debuted at the World Cup last month, and the new discipline of banked slalom, which also joined the programme this season.
"Since Para-snowboard became a Paralympic sport at Sochi 2014, it has come on leaps and bounds to become even more attractive to spectators, fans and the media," Craig Spence, the IPC's director of media and communications, said.
"By adding new disciplines and fresh formats, as well as separating the classifications into two for lower-limb impaired riders, it is now even more of a compelling watch.
"I would encourage everyone to take a look at the raft of new athletes, as well as the more established riders, who will be lining up at La Molina 2015."
Among the more than 40 athletes from nearly 20 nations set to battle it out for world titles are Paralympic champions Evan Strong of the US and Dutch star Bibian Mentel-Spee.
Great Britain's Ben Moore will also compete after becoming the first ever winner of the snowboard-cross World Cup head-to-head in Aspen and maintaining a 100 per cent record in the men's upper-limb impairment races, as will Australian Joany Badenhorst, who made it onto the podium for the first time in the women's SB-LL2 events.
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