After a breakout season in 2015, Tom Rowley (center) will be the athlete to watch in the seasons leading up to the 2018 Winter Olympic Games.
The competition was fierce as the best mogul skiers in the United States battled it out for the national title at the 2016 USANA U.S. Freestyle Championships.
Tom Rowley landed his second career World Cup podium in the dual moguls competition in Tazawako.
Kauf tackled Deer Valley's Champion moguls course a total of six times to land herself on the podium.
In the last event of the 2015 season, Tom Rowley and Nessa Dziemian were crowned dual mogul champions at the USANA U.S. Freestyle National Championships.
Hannah Kearney and Troy Murphy were crowned U.S. mogul champions at the USANA U.S. Freestyle Championships.
Tom Rowley earned his first World Cup podium and best career finish at the FIS Freestyle mogul world cup finals.
Hannah Kearney powered to a silver medal in moguls at World Championships behind winner Justine Dufour-Lapointe. Patrick Deneen just missed a medal in fourth.
Olympic champion Hannah Kearney bid farewell to the Champion moguls run, finishing second at the Visa Freestyle International. Dylan Walczyk was second in men's moguls.
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.
Hannah Kearney skied to her 64th World Cup podium with a third place finish at the dual moguls opener in Ruka, Finland.
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Growing up in Long Beach, NY, Tom Rowley has spend a lot of time on the sand and the snow. After pursuing both football and skiing in high school, Rowley moved to Telluride, CO after graduation to pursue skiing full time and put all his efforts into making the U.S. Freestyle Ski Team. After two years in Telluride, that dream came true.
Rowley had a successful run on the 2014 NorAm tour with three top-three finishes, including two wins. He also won two FIS Junior World Championship medals in 2014, a gold in moguls and a silver in dual moguls.
2015 was a break out season for Rowley, who made a last minute trip to Ruka, Finland to ski in the World Cup opener where he finished just off the podium in fourth. Rowley continued to excel on the World Cup circuit, ending his season with three more top-10 finishes, including a second place podium at World Cup finals in Megeve, France. His performance on the tour earned Rowley the title of 2015 FIS World Cup Rookie of the Year. In addition to his World Cup success, Rowley took home the dual moguls title at U.S. Championships. A shin injury kept Rowley out of competition for the first part of the season, but he returned to the World Cup circuit at the end of January and continued to progress. He took home another podium with a second place finish in Tazawako, Japan and also landed a moguls national title.
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