Inverted Jump Qualifications for Moguls/Dual Moguls
All U.S. athletes need to abide by USSA rules for every event they enter including FIS events. All aerial maneuvers must be qualified prior to the athlete performing the maneuver in competition. If athletes perform non-qualified USSA can and will not enter that athlete in future FIS events along with disqualifying the athlete from the present FIS event they are competing at. USSA will appoint a representative for each FIS event to monitor all aerial maneuvers and be the manager of the athlete qualified jump list.
Athlete/Coach Jump Qualification List
Please click HERE to view jump qualfication list. All coaches please make sure all your athletes qualified jumps are listed on the site. Athletes please review your name and if you have a jump not listed contact your qualifying coach directly.
COACHES: If you have athletes that are qualified and not on the list please email Chris 'Seedog' Seemann, email@example.com
On Snow Qualification
For all Jump Qualification rules and regulations please read rules section 3070 in the Freestyle/Freeskiing Competition Guide.
Level 3 Coaches please contact Chris "Seedog" Seemann for login information for the online system.
USSA Moguls Degree of Difficulty Jump Chart
Please click HERE to view the USSA moguls degree of difficulty jump chart
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