Meet the team

Meet the team Moguls / Aerials World Cup Athletes

Makayla Gerken Schofield
MakaylaGerkenSchofield
Leonie Gerken Schofield
LeonieGerkenSchofield
Thomas Gerken Schofield
ThomasGerkenSchofield
Will Feneley
WillFeneley
Max Willis
MaxWillis
Matéo Jeannesson
MatéoJeannesson
Skyler Nunn
SkylerNunn
Lloyd Wallace
LloydWallace

The Events

Mogul skiing and Aerials both sit within the Freestyle Ski category

CURRENTLY MOGUL SKIING HAS TWO DIFFERENT EVENTS:

SINGLE MOGULS

DUAL MOGULS

Aerials

UPRIGHT

INVERTED

Events:

Single Moguls

A freestyle skiing competition consisting of one timed run on a steep, heavily mogulled course stressing technical turns, aerial manoeuvres and speed.
Events:

Single Moguls

During single moguls athletes compete individually choosing one of four lines on a moguls course which is 25m long at a 25 degree slope with two jumps.
Events:

Single Moguls

In World Cup events, the format is commonly one qualification run. Athletes who make the top 16 advance to the finals. In finals, athletes who make the 6 advance to the super finals.

Super final runs determine who makes the podium. As athletes advance all previous scores are discounted.
Events:

Dual Moguls

Dual Moguls is on the same course but athletes ski side by side. It tends to be more thrilling, as athletes usually push themselves more to be the first one down. Being first down doesn't mean you will win, but it can make a big difference.
Events:

Dual Moguls

In Dual Moguls the winner of the round based on similar marking to Single Moguls, advances, while the loser is knocked out.
Events:

Dual Moguls

Currently only single moguls is an Olympic events, however, Dual Moguls and Mixed Dual Moguls might e introduced for 2026.
Events:

Scoring

Mogul skiing is scored up to 100 points.

5 judges based scores out of 20, highest and lowest base scored and deductions are removed, total out of 60.
Single Moguls:

Scoring

There are three components to the scoring:

Turns (out of 60)

Jumps (out of 20)

and Speed (out of 20).
Dual Moguls:

Scoring

This is similar to a single moguls now, however, speed has a score up to 25 instead of 20.

By getting down first you automatically get 25 points.
Events:

Aerials

There are two varieties of aerials: upright and inverted.
Aerials:

Upright

Flips or any movements where a competitor’s feet are higher than their head are not allowed in upright competition. Instead, the skier performs such jumps as the daffy (one ski extended forward, the other backward) or the spread eagle.
Aerials:

Inverted

In inverted competition athletes execute flips and somersaults, often reaching heights of 12.2 to 15.2 metres. The skiers build up speed on the inrun, which leads to various ramps and a landing hill with an incline of 34°–39° and a length of 30 metres.
Aerials:

Scoring

Based on the degree of difficulty, the routine is scored on form and technique (50 percent), take off and height (20 percent), and landing (30 percent).

MOGULS WORLD CUP SQUAD

Leonie Gerken Schofield
LeonieGerkenSchofield
Makayla Gerken Schofield
MakaylaGerkenSchofield
Thomas Gerken Schofield
ThomasGerkenSchofield
Will Feneley
WillFeneley
Max Willis
MaxWillis
Matéo Jeannesson
MatéoJeannesson
Skyler Nunn
SkylerNunn

AERIALS SQUAD

Lloyd Wallace
LloydWallace
  • 08
    Mar

    Freestyle Ski World Championships, Almaty

    08 - 11 Mar
    Moguls