Since landing his spot on the team in 2013, Dyaln Walczyk has continued to perform at the World Cup level. (Steve Earl Photography)
The FIS Freestyle moguls World Cup tour stops at the Canada Olympic Park in Calgary this weekend
U.S. Ski Team moguls athletes are moving on to the second of four North American FIS Freestyle World Cups at Val St. Come.
The FIS Freestyle moguls World Cup tour will kick off on Dec. 10 in the winter wonderland of Ruka, Finland.
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.
The U.S. mogul skiers closed out the season with strong performances in the dual moguls World Cup finals.
Kauf tackled Deer Valley's Champion moguls course a total of six times to land herself on the podium.
Jaelin Kauf, competing in only her third World Cup event, blazed Deer Valley’s Champion mogul course to finish as the top American in sixth Thursday night at the Visa Freestyle International Moguls World Cup.
The U.S. Freestyle Moguls Ski Team will make its third stop on the FIS Freestyle World Cup this weekend at the Canada Olympic Park in Calgary, Alberta.
Nessa Dziemian (East Hampstead, NH) was the top U.S. finisher in sixth as the Canadians took five of the six podium spots in in Val St. Come.
Mikaela Matthews put down seven clean runs on Ruka’s steep mogul course to claim her first career World Cup win at the 2016 FIS Freestyle dual moguls opener.
The U.S. Freestyle Moguls Ski Team returns to competition this Saturday as the 2015-16 FIS Freestyle moguls World Cup kicks offs in Ruka, Finland.
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.
Olympians Patrick Deneen and Eliza Outtrim (pictured, center) both put down solid runs to claim the men’s and women’s U.S. titles at Friday’s moguls competition, the opening event of the USANA U.S. Freestyle Championships at Deer Valley.
Olympian Bradley Wilson earned his second career World Cup victory Saturday in a strong return to World Cup moguls competition after the 2014 Sochi Olympic Winter Games.
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After four years in John Kroetz’s Bristol Mountain Freestyle program in New York, Dylan Walczyk’s family packed up and moved to Summit County, Colorado. There, the young Walczyk trained with John Dowling of Team Breckenridge, whom Walczyk calls the greatest influence in his current skiing style. “I attribute much of my success to the use of all different types of coaches from different programs,” says Walczyk. “I was able to pull little things from each one to improve my skiing.”
Walczyk gained his spot on the U.S. Ski Team for the 2013 season by winning at the U.S. Selections event. With a healthy boost of confidence, he went on to earn a third-place finish in Lake Placid, the first World Cup event of his career. He rounded out the 2013 season ranked eighth in the world after a series of top 10 finishes. He then brought another consistent year of running World Cup bumps in 2014, which included an eighth in Inawashiro, Japan. In 2015, Walczyk earned his second World Cup podium with a second place finish at Deer Valley. 2016 was another successful year for Walczyk with a handful of top 10 and top 20 finished on the World Cup. He ended the season with a second place finish in moguls at U.S. Championships.