After a stellar rookie season on the World Cup, Troy Murphy continues to excel with big airs and smooth turns. (Steve Early Photography)
The FIS Freestyle moguls World Cup tour will kick off on Dec. 10 in the winter wonderland of Ruka, Finland.
Troy Murphy Talks Summertime, Moguls and Big Mountain Skiing
Kauf tackled Deer Valley's Champion moguls course a total of six times to land herself on the podium.
Hannah Kearney and Troy Murphy were crowned U.S. mogul champions at the USANA U.S. Freestyle Championships.
Skiing on the home turf of the strong Canadian freestyle team, five American athletes finished in the top 10 at the FIS Freestyle World Cup in Val St. Come.
Hannah Kearney powered to a silver medal in moguls at World Championships behind winner Justine Dufour-Lapointe. Patrick Deneen just missed a medal in fourth.
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.
The U.S. Freestyle Ski Team will send a strong team of 14 athletes to Kreischberg, Austria for the 2015 FIS Freestyle Ski & Snowboard World Championships.
Hannah Kearney kicked of 2015 with her first World Cup win of the season in Calgary, Alberta.
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.
Olympic bronze medalist Hannah Kearney skied into third Saturday despite flat light conditions at the Voss moguls World Cup.
Hannah Kearney retook her spot at the top of the World Cup moguls standings Sunday with a win at the Inawashiro dual moguls competition.
World Cup champion Mikael Kingsbury led a Canadian sweep with Alex Bilodeau and Marc-Antoine Gagnon Thursday at the Visa Freestyle International FIS World Cup at Deer Valley.
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In his rookie season on the World Cup in 2014, Troy Murphy had nine starts and earned two fifth-place finishes, which was enough to win the FIS Rookie of the Year award for 2014. He continued to excel in 2015 with four top-10 finishes, including a career-best fourth place in Val. St. Come, Canada. Murphy ended his season with a moguls national title. 2016 was challenging for Murphy as he battled through multiple injuries, but he was able to post two top 10 finished on the World Cup. His fast skiing and dynamic air package will be a driving force in international competition for years to come.