Ashley Caldwell watched the Olympics on TV and thought it would be “totally awesome” to do aerials. Now she's been to the big show twice and has become a force in the aerials world. (USSA/Sarah Brunson)
Mac Bohonnon and Ashley Caldwell took aerials titles at the USANA U.S. Freestyle Championships in Steamboat Springs.
The U.S. aerials team claimed three podiums at the FIS World Cup in Moscow, Russia.
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Ashley Caldwell and Kiley McKinnon went one-two, with Mac Bohonnon second in men's aerials, at the Visa Freestyle International.
Ashley Caldwell led a 1-2 finish with teammate Kiley McKinnon in the Visa Freestyle International aerials at Deer Valley Resort. Mac Bohonnon was second for the men.
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.
Beijing’s famous Bird’s Nest will see some high-flying action this weekend.
The U.S. Ski and Snowboard Association (USSA) and FLY Freestyle have launched a search for the next generation of freestyle talent.
Two-time Olympian Ashley Caldwell took her first-ever U.S. aerials title during day two of the USANA U.S. Freestyle Championships at Deer Valley.
The U.S. Ski and Snowboard Association has now confirmed Deer Valley Resort as the site for the 2014 U.S. Freestyle Championships Mar. 28 – Mar. 30.
Three-time Olympian Emily Cook landed the top result for the USA in eighth Friday night during her final Olympic appearance at the women’s aerials event of the 2014 Sochi Games.
Nine athletes, including Olympic Champion Hannah Kearney, will be representing the U.S. Freestyle Ski Team in Sochi.
The Visa Freestyle International returns to Deer Valley Resort Jan. 9-11 for moguls and aerials under the lights in vital Olympic qualifying competitions.
Olympian Emily Cook (seen here at Deer Valley) threw a massive full-double full, finished fifth and topped the results for U.S. women in front of a stadium of 40,000 people at the Birds Nest aerials World Cup Saturday.
Olympian Ashley Caldwell took second at the aerials World Cup opener on Sunday, her first competition in over two years.
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Caldwell was a competitive gymnast for 11 years at Apex Gymnastics in Virginia. She watched Olympic skiing on TV and thought that it would be “totally awesome” to do aerials. After only three years of aerials training, Caldwell made the U.S. Ski Team at a Selection Event at the beginning of the 2010 season and went on to have a stellar rookie season.
A series of knee injuries left Caldwell off the competition circuit for over two years, but that didn't stop Caldwell from returning to the 2014 season as an unstoppable force. Caldwell took second at the Beida Lake World Cup, securing her an Olympic spot. Caldwell went on to become the first U.S. woman to perform a full, full, full and landed herself a 10th at the 2014 Sochi Olympic Winter Games.
The momentum continued to flow for Caldwell in the 2015 season. On home snow at Deer Valley, Caldwell secured her first World Cup win since 2011 with two high degree of difficuly triples. At 2015 World Cup finals in Minsk, Belarus, Caldwell was once again in the top podium spot, ending her season ranked number two in the aerials World Cup standings.
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