The world's best freestyle skiers return to Deer Valley!
Harrison Smith put down two clean jumps to take the win at the 2015 FIS Junior World Ski Championships in Valmalenco, Italy.
USSA columnist Tom Kelly takes a look at Hannah Kearney's remarkable 46th World Cup win – tying her with the famed Donna Weinbrecht – and her impending retirement in this week's Behind the Gold.
Hannah Kearney earns a win at world cup finals, bringing home both the moguls and overall freestyle titles.
Tom Rowley earned his first World Cup podium and best career finish at the FIS Freestyle mogul world cup finals.
A strong team of 16 athletes will represent the U.S. at the 2015 FIS Freestyle/Freeskiing Junior World Championships in Valmalenco, Italy.
The U.S. aerial team cleaned house at World Cup finals in Minsk, Belarus, taking home two crystal globes, Rookie of the Year and the Nations Cup.
After a top 5 finish in Saturday’s mogul competition, Morgan Schild powered through four rounds of dual moguls to claim her first World Cup podium and win.
Hannah Kearney took the win for the women while Jeremy Cota snagged his first World Cup podium of the season at the moguls comp in Tazawako.
The mogul and aerial athletes will compete across three events this weekend in Belarus and Japan.
The U.S. aerials team claimed three podiums at the FIS World Cup in Moscow, Russia.
Skiing on the home turf of the strong Canadian freestyle team, five American athletes finished in the top 10 at the FIS Freestyle World Cup in Val St. Come.
After spending summer training on the water ramps in Lake Placid, NY, 19-year-old Mac Bohonnon won his first World Cup at the 2015 Putnam Investments Lake Placid Freestyle Cup.
The U.S. Freestyle Team looked good in Lake Placid, NY—competing in both a World Cup and a team event on Saturday.
Mac Bohonnon came home to the jump where he began his career, nailing a career first World Cup win. Kiley McKinnon was eighth, but took over the lead in World Cup aerials.
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