The U.S. Ski & Snowboard pipelines are intended to define the pace of development and lead program design both at the club and national level. In addition to educating parents and athletes about program design from the local level through the national team.
The alpine pipeline starts with the National Performance Series, continues with the National Training Group up to the U.S. Ski Team.
Throughout the season, a number of events and projects are offered to further develop young ski racers across the country.
The freeski pipeline begins with local/regional USASA events, progressing onto FIS and AFP World Tour events to qualify athletes for elite level competition, including the Grand Prix, World Cups and the Olympic Winter Games.
The freestyle pipeline begins with local club events, progressing onto National events to qualify athletes for elite-level competition, including World Cup, World Championship, and the Olympic Winter Games.
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U.S. Ski & Snowboard's cross country development pipeline has been a cornerstone in its program design for over a decade.
Throughout the season, a number of events and projects are offered to further develop young cross country ski racers across the country.
The snowboard pipeline starts with the local/regional USASA events, progresses on to the RevTour and Grand Prix events, and culminates with international World Cup competitions and the Olympics Winter Games.