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U.S. Freestyle Selection Events - Moguls

Women and Men
Dual Moguls, Moguls
Winter Park

Selections 2023

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Foreign Inscription

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Entries Guideline

US Entries have first priority.
Non-US Entries will be accepted after all US Entries have been filled. Non-US athletes must be entered by their nation on a proper FIS Freestyle Inscription. All Inscriptions must be submitted prior to 18:00 Mountain Time on Thursday, December 15, 2022. Non-US Athletes will be ranked by their most current FIS points, with the highest pointed athletes being allotted a start in all events. Spots available are determined by the difference between US Entries and the Maximum Event Field Size per event day of 130 women and men combined.

Note: Per Decision of the International Ski and Snowboard Federation athletes from Russia and Belarus are not allowed to compete in any FIS event.

Payment /Refund

No refunds after the first day of training. 

No Refunds 30 days post-event. 

If an athlete is injured prior to the first day of training (with a valid doctor's note), they will receive a full refund. 


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Coaches must have a current and valid U.S. Ski and Snowboard License.

Please note that this event and any sanctioned U.S. Ski and Snowboard event may be audited by Safesport.


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Lift Tickets

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US Selections Criteria

Selection Events are used to qualify skiers to earn starts in the U.S. World Cups and starts in NorAm competitions. Athletes invited in moguls or dual moguls will be granted starts in both moguls and dual moguls. This is a FIS event and will follow the FIS age requirements. Development Group athletes must start in all event days. Must have a FIS license to compete.

U.S. Selections Criteria 

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Athlete Safety:
U.S. Ski & Snowboard works to provide a safe environment in which athletes can train and compete, free from abuse and inappropriate behavior. Please review U.S. Ski & Snowboard's Athlete Safety policies, the SafeSport Code, and the Minor Athlete Abuse Prevention Policies (MAAPP).

If you are an athlete who has experienced inappropriate behavior or know of an athlete who has experienced inappropriate behavior, please report to the U.S. Center of SafeSport HERE or U.S. Ski & Snowboard HERE. All adult participants are mandatory reporters. Reporting violations may be made anonymously and there are no fees for reporting. We all are part of promoting a culture of safety through education, listening, and speaking up.

For reporting requirements and links to reporting, please use the QR Code below.

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