U.S. Selection Events

The U.S. Selection Events are held in December at the start of each season.  The event is used to qualify skiers to start in NorAm competitions and possible starts in U.S. World Cups.  Athletes invited for moguls or dual moguls will be granted starts in both moguls and dual moguls.

The 2016 U.S. Selection Events for Moguls and Dual Moguls have been scheduled for December 16-22, 2016 in Winter Park, CO. Aerials have been scheduled for December 16-19, 2016 in Park City Utah at Utah Olympic Park. **The aerials event will be classified as a NorAm**

All event information, registration, schedules and updates:

Please view for ALL details and updates.

Any questions regarding qualification of U.S. Selections; please contact Katie Fieguth at


2016 U.S. Freestyle Moguls/Dual Moguls Selections Schedule 

Date Event


Dec. 16 Athlete Arrival/Registration


Dec. 17 Training


Dec. 18 Training


Dec. 19 Moguls


Dec. 20



Dec. 21



Dec. 22

Dual Moguls/Depart

2016 U.S. Freestyle Aerial Selections Schedule 


**This event will be a NorAm***

Date Event
Dec. 16 Athlete Arrival / Training


Dec. 17 Training


Dec. 18 Aerials Comp


Dec. 19 Aerials Comp 




Please remember to accept or decline your invitation with Katie Fieguth, Freestyle Program Manager, Invitations will be posted here when they become available

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




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