Freestyle Programs

Freestyle NorAm Events

The NorAm tour is conducted for the top U.S. and Canadian development skiers with additional positions for other foreign competitors. U.S. athletes are selected to compete in these events using the results from the U.S. Selection Events, previous season's National Championships and Junior World Championships. The mission of the NorAm tour is to aid in the preparation of athletes for World Cup Freestyle competition through the provision of high quality training and competitive opportunities.

The 2014-2015 NorAm tour will be an exciting tour this year.  Dates and locations are posted on www.fisski.com.

2014-15 NorAm

 

 


NORAM EVENT ATHLETE LISTS

Invitation lists for NorAms will be posted here when they become available. All athletes and parents need to communicate with their coaches in order to accept or decline their NorAm starts.

Ladies Moguls NorAm Place Point Ranking List

Men Moguls NorAm Place Point Ranking List

Aerials athletes, please have your coach contact Katie Fieguth, Freestyle Program Manager, kfieguth@ussa.org to be entered into a NorAm event.

 

Petition to Enter Form, is used for athletes that have not qualfified for the event but feel they deserve to compete.

 

NORAM NON-FUNDED BUDGET

Below is a detailed projected budget for all EADP/Aerial NorAm athletes. 

EADP budget

C Team budget

 

Below is a detailed projected budget for moguls NorAm athletes.

Budget coming soon.

 

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Need to renew your membership, get coaching tips or work on your technique? Want to check rankings or results? Find all that and more on your My USSA page. 

 
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2015 World Championships

After a very successful Olympic year, teams are turning their attention to the 2015 World Championship season, including the FIS Alpine World Champs in Colorado.