Park City local Madison Olsen isn't showing any signs of slowing down. After only three seasons under her belt, she's proving to be a dominant force on the U.S. Freestyle Ski Team. (Tom Kelly/U.S. Freestyle)
Madison Olsen, seen here last year at U.S. Championships, joins a team of top junior athletes on the 2014 U.S. Freestyle Junior World Ski Championships Ski Team headed to the FIS Freestyle Junior World Ski Championships in Valmalenco, Italy March 25-27.
The USSA TEAM Academy held its first graduation ceremony June 1st in Park City, UT. (Photo: Sarah Brunson/USSA)
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The USA soared to three podiums Saturday at the Columbia Super Continental Cup at the Utah Olympic Park.
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When you grow up in the town where the U.S. Aerials Team trains, inspiration isn’t hard to find. Park City, UT, native Madison Olsen got her start on the moguls slope, but the monster aerials jump soon caught her eye and a dream was born. “Getting to watching the U.S. Ski Team train and compete, I decided that I wanted to pursue the goal of making the national team and to hopefully one day go to the Olympics,” says Olsen.
The 2012 season saw Olsen spread her wings on the NorAm Tour with three wins and three more podiums, earning her a second-place NorAm ranking. She ended her season with a first-place finish at her U.S. Championships debut.The 2013 season was all about the World Cup for Olsen, who snagged three top-ten results and a top 20 at World Championships in Voss, Norway. In 2014 Olsen earned a seventh at Jr. World Championships and a fourth at U.S. Championships.
A broken foot kept Olsen out of competition for the 2014-15 season, but she's looking to continue her successful career in 2015-16.
OFF THE SNOW
FIS Junior World Championships
U.S. National Championship Title (1)