- Reto Lamm, Coordinator
- Aki Sekiya, Chairman
The X-Trail Jam is a snowboard competition, which is organized annually since 1999 in Japan at the Tokyo Dome. It is equipped with 75,000 visitors ( 2005), the largest event in snowboard area and one of the most important competitions of the Ticket to Ride World Snowboard Tour.
The X-Trail Jam is a 6 -star contest of Ticket to Ride World Snowboard Tour ( TTR) and related points for the drivers alongside other 6 -star events most valuable. The winner will receive 1,000 TTR points which are important in relation to the World Cup. The focus of the events are the Big Air ( straight jump ) and the quarter-pipe, which will be held at the Tokyo Dome, the largest hall in Japan, which can accommodate a total of more than 100,000 spectators. The competition is being planned by the Swiss snowboard legend Reto Lamm from Pontresina together with the sponsors from Japan and coordinated. He has lifted this largest indoor snowboard event in the world with out baptism and, authoritative influenced by his contacts in the global snowboard scene. The result of the occasion is the time by a collaboration of Reto Lamm with Nippon TV and Nissan. Reto Lamm was the first winner of the Air & Style Contest in Innsbruck (now Munich), ISF World Champion 1995 in the halfpipe. Today, he is also president of the Ticket -to -Ride Organization ( TTR), which was also raised by the initiative of him and some helpers from the scene as well as friends in Switzerland from the baptism. The car brand Nissan is the main sponsor and invested unusually high sums in the contest, which is now the largest of its kind in the world. The specially developed to host the steel frame on which the ramp, jump and landing area are 38 feet high and was co-developed by Reto Lamm. The Japanese entertainment industry incorporating the latest technologies, thus making the event a for the sport unusually celebrated climax. Several giant screens, laser shows, pyrotechnics and LED installations fit the course in the Japanese entertainment standard. In Japan enjoys snowboarding in comparison to the traditional sports an exceptional status in the sport and is revered extraordinary. The X-Trail Jam is therefore permanently sold out completely for several years.
X - Trail Jam 2001
On the carrying on 3 and 4 February 2001 at Tokyo Dome, Japan. Attendance: 58,000
Held on 1 and 2 December 2001 at the Tokyo Dome, Japan Attendance: 60,000
X - Trail Jam 2002
On the Wear on 14 and 15 December 2002 at the Tokyo Dome, Japan. Attendance: 70,000
X - Trail Jam 2003
On the carrying on December 13 to 14 2003 at the Tokyo Dome, Japan. Attendance: 70,000
X - Trail Jam 2004
On the Wear on 11 and 12 December 2004 at Tokyo Dome, Japan. Attendance: 75,000
X - Trail Jam 2005
On the Wear on 10 and 11 December 2005 at Tokyo Dome, Japan. Attendance: 75,000
X - Trail Jam 2006
On the carrying on 9 and 10 December 2006 at Tokyo Dome, Japan. Attendance: 75,000
X - Trail Jam 2007
On the carrying on 8 and 9 December 2007 at the Tokyo Dome, Japan. Attendance: 75,000
X - Trail Jam 2008
On the carrying from 12 to 14 December 2008 at Tokyo Dome, Japan. Attendance: 75,000
X - Trail Jam 2009
Due to the economic crisis and other factors had to lay off several thousand employees in the previous year Nissan. In principle, the financing of the event would have been possible, but the competition was not performed due respect to the now unemployed over.