Former gymnast Heather McPhie came late to moguls skiing, but she has made up for lost time. In 2014 McPhie notched another World Cup podium and took a trip to Sochi on her second Olympic team. (Getty Images/Mike Ehrmann)
On June 29th, U.S. Ski and Snowboard Association (USSA) athletes and staff will compete in the third annual Sufferfest.
Olympic bronze medalist Hannah Kearney claimed her fourth-straight FIS Freestyle World Cup moguls title Friday with her gold-medal run under the lights at the World Cup Finals competition in La Plagne, France.
Olympic bronze medalist Hannah Kearny returned to the top of the World Cup standings Sunday with her win at the snowy Voss dual moguls World Cup, while Bradley Wilson was also able to land on the podium in third.
Olympic bronze medalist Hannah Kearney skied into third Saturday despite flat light conditions at the Voss moguls World Cup.
Hannah Kearney retook her spot at the top of the World Cup moguls standings Sunday with a win at the Inawashiro dual moguls competition.
The U.S. Ski and Snowboard Association has now confirmed Deer Valley Resort as the site for the 2014 U.S. Freestyle Championships Mar. 28 – Mar. 30.
Hannah Kearney reigned in a wild run to earn an Olympic bronze medal during a fierce women’s moguls superfinal at the 2014 Sochi Games Saturday.
Bradley Wilson trains on the Rosa Khutor moguls venue on Monday, Feb. 3. The U.S. Freestyle Moguls squad later expressed confidence in their abilities on the Rosa Khutor venue at an opening press conference Monday at the Gorki Press Center.
Nine athletes, including Olympic Champion Hannah Kearney, will be representing the U.S. Freestyle Ski Team in Sochi.
Bradley Wilson, seen here at Lake Placid, secured his spot on the U.S. Olympic freestyle team Sunday with a third-place finish at the moguls FIS World Cup at Val St. Come.
Defending Olympic champion Hannah Kearney celebrated her 100th World Cup start with a victory at the Visa Freestyle International FIS World Cup Thursday at Deer Valley.
A packed house of media and VIPs were on hand to kickoff the Visa Freestyle International World Cup at Deer Valley Resort Wednesday as Columbia Sportswear Company unveiled the 2014 Olympic uniforms for the USA, Canadian and Russian freestyle ski teams.
"I’ve had a lot of very instrumental, supportive people in my career. It is an individual sport, but when I stand in the gate, it’s a whole crew of people that has helped make that moment happen." -Olympian Heather McPhie
Patrick Deneen skied to third place, his first FIS World Cup podium of the Olympic season, on a steep and icy Calgary moguls course Saturday, while World Cup Champion Hannah Kearney earned a second-place finish.
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Former gymnast Heather McPhie came late to moguls skiing, but she's been making up for lost time. In 2010, the Bozeman, Montana native found a new gear and accelerated to her first four career World Cup podiums, including one win in her current hometown of Park City, UT. Her breakout results earned her a trip to her first Olympics in Vancouver.
In 2012, McPhie became the first ever moguls skier to pick up a Red Bull sponsorship. She used her new wings in the 2012-13 season to add five World Cup podiums, three of which were wins, to her skiing resume.
McPhie started out the 2014 season strong with a fourth-place finish in Deer Valley. She then headed to Russia for the 2014 Olympic Winter Games and placed 13th, a five-spot improvement over her Vancouver result. After Sochi, she landed her first moguls podium of the season with a second in Inawashiro, Japan before rounding out the World Cup season with three more top-five results and finishing fifth in the moguls standings.
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