Divisional Competitive Team
Divisional Competitive Team: BSF Freestyle is one of the biggest and best moguls programs in the Northern Division. In the past 5 years, we have helped put 2 athletes on the US Ski Team, and both of these athletes were 2010 Olympians. We focus on carving skills, body stance, pole plants, vision and how to take flight in the moguls and land safely. On contest weeks the team will train the day before the contest at the designated venue. This program is designed for the athlete with other responsibilities. The weekend warriors in this program will train with the Full-Time Team and focus their time on becoming contest ready. On contest weeks the athlete will receive Full-Time benefits, including day before contest training and video review. This is an opportunity for the part-time athlete to reach full-time goals.
- Divisional Competitive Cost: $830.00
- Dryland Program begins October 29, 2021 and is every Monday & Wednesday; it ends November 21, 2012 (included in program cost).
- Divisional Competitive program begins December 8, 2012 and ends February 24, 2013 or after the Divisional Championships.
- Coaching is available for athletes who earn starts at US Junior Nationals or US Freestyle Championships.
- USSA license is required
- Hard Shell (no soft eared) CE approved or equivalent helmet required
- Bridger Bowl ski pass required
- Competition is Northern Division, Intermountain Division and National-level events.
- Parent/volunteer assistance with races & fundrasing is required and is a great opportunity for parents to learn about the sport of Freestyle skiing
- Rescue beacon & confidence in its use is recommended
- Fall Dyland, on-snow training, and Christmas Camp are included; other potential ski-season fees/costs (depending on the skier’s age and/or level of participation) include Fall Tramp Camps, individual race fees, travel, and coaching expenses for races and camps.
- Baseline testing is required this season. This testing will take place at the BSF office