Freestyle Programs

U.S. Freestyle Championships

The U.S. Freestyle Championships is the final event of each season combining the U.S. Freestyle Ski Team and the top divisional skiers from around the country in moguls, dual moguls and aerials.  A Divisions Cup will be awarded to the top overall division and will include the U.S. Freestyle Ski Team members. The U.S. Freestyle National Championships will be held in Steamboat Springs, CO on March 26th-29th, 2015.


Event Schedule

Schedule coming soon!

 

 

Detailed schedule you can find on urtur.com under EVENTS later in the season

 

Registration

Athletes must register on www.urtur.com; URTUR.com > EVENTS > Champs. Foreign athletes are welcome to compete as well, please register on www.urtur.com. Invited athletes and coaches, please accept or decline your invitation as soon as possible with Katie Fieguth by emailing her at kfieguth@ussa.org  

Important Registration Information

  • All athletes must have been born on or before Dec. 31, 2000
  • All athletes must have both a current USSA membership and FIS license to compete.

 

Petition to Enter Form, is used for athletes that have not qualfified for the event but feel they deserve to compete.

 

 

Athlete Invitation Lists

Invitation lists will be posted here as they become available. Please note that the aerials competition will only be inverted aerial jumps. There will not be a moguls jump or any freeride jumps.

 

 

 

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