New Yorker Alex Bowen got his start in aerials at age 13 and hasn't looked back. (Stanko Gruden / Getty Images)
Mac Bohonnon led four Americans into the top 10 in at the FIS Freestyle aerials World Cup in Minsk, Belarus.
The FIS Freestyle aerials World Cup opener concluded with a team event, in which the U.S. placed fifth.
The FIS Freestyle aerials World Cup is returning to Beida Lake, China this weekend after a three-year hiatus.
Ashley Caldwell landed her ninth World Cup podium, finishing third at the Visa Freestyle International.
Morgan Northrop (Haymarket, VA) and Chris Lillis (Pittsford, NY) each scored career-best World Cup results to lead four Americans in the finals Thursday at the Visa Freestyle International Aerial World Cup.
Ashley Caldwell earned herself another World Cup podium in Beijing, finishing second in the qualifying round of Sunday’s team event.
Ashley Caldwell laid down a solid triple twisting triple flip to win the FIS Freestyle aerials World Cup opener.
The U.S. Freestyle Aerials Ski Team will kick off its World Cup season this weekend in Beijing’s iconic Bird’s Nest stadium.
The U.S. aerial team cleaned house at World Cup finals in Minsk, Belarus, taking home two crystal globes, Rookie of the Year and the Nations Cup.
The U.S. Freestyle Team looked good in Lake Placid, NY—competing in both a World Cup and a team event on Saturday.
Alex Bowen takes a silver medal in Kreischberg, Austria at the FIS Freestyle Ski World Championships.
Kiley McKinnon and Alex Bowen both scored silver medals in Thursday's aerials competition at the FIS Freestyle Ski World Championships in Kreischberg, Austria.
The U.S. Freestyle Ski Team will send a strong team of 14 athletes to Kreischberg, Austria for the 2015 FIS Freestyle Ski & Snowboard World Championships.
Beijing’s famous Bird’s Nest will see some high-flying action this weekend.
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New Yorker Alex Bowen got his start in aerials at age 13 at Buffalo Ski Club’s wooden jump site. The upright tricks didn’t satisfy him for long and he performed his first back flip at 15.
Three podium results on the 2011 NorAm circuit convinced U.S. coaches to bring him up to the next level, where their top-level guidance is already paying off. In his first full season on the World Cup in 2015, Bowen secured a surprise silver medal at the 2015 FIS Freestyle Ski World Championships in Kreischberg, Austria with a trick he had never done on snow. Two more top-10 World Cup finishes earned him the 2015 FIS World Cup Rookie of the Year title. Bowen continued to perform in 2016, landing a pair of top-10 finishes on home snow at Deer Valley Resort.
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