Meet the team

Meet the Freeski World Cup Athletes

Izzy Atkin
IzzyAtkin
Zoe Atkin
ZoeAtkin
Connie Brogden
ConnieBrogden
Tyler Harding
TylerHarding
Gus Kenworthy
GusKenworthy
Chris McCormick
ChrisMcCormick
Kirsty Muir
KirstyMuir
Madi Rowlands
MadiRowlands
Katie Summerhayes
KatieSummerhayes
Justin Taylor Tipton
JustinTaylorTipton
James Woods
JamesWoods

The Events

The Freeski events are:

HALFPIPE

SLOPESTYLE

BIG AIR

Events:

Halfpipe

Athletes perform tricks in a world standard halfpipe which is approximately 500 to 600 ft long with a 22ft transition.
Events:

Slopestyle

Athletes make their way down a course which can include rails, boxes and other freestyle features including hips, quarter pipes, wall rides and other freestyle jibs as well as three to four jumps.
Events:

Slopestyle

Every course is different to challenge the technical ability and creativity of the athletes.
Events:

Big Air

Athletes use creativity and innovation to perform tricks on one single jump travelling 45-60ft from take off to landing.
Events:

Scoring

Competitors are given two runs through the course with each being marked separately out of 100.

Each athlete's best score is then ranked to give the final result.
Events:

Scoring

In terms of criteria, the runs are judged with regards to difficulty, execution, amplitude, landing, variety and progression.

WORLD CUP SQUAD

Izzy Atkin
IzzyAtkin
Zoe Atkin
ZoeAtkin
Connie Brogden
ConnieBrogden
Tyler Harding
TylerHarding
Gus Kenworthy
GusKenworthy
Chris McCormick
ChrisMcCormick
Kirsty Muir
KirstyMuir
Madi Rowlands
MadiRowlands
Katie Summerhayes
KatieSummerhayes
Justin Taylor Tipton
JustinTaylorTipton
James Woods
JamesWoods

FREESKI B SQUAD

Harris Booth
HarrisBooth
Rylan Evans
RylanEvans
Sam Gaskin
SamGaskin
Tom Greenway
TomGreenway
Jasper Klein
JasperKlein
James Pouch
JamesPouch
Sam Ward
SamWard
Harry Wright
HarryWright
Felix Klein
FelixKlein
  • 10
    Mar

    Freestyle Ski World Championships, Aspen

    10 - 16 Mar
    Freeski