The Toyota U.S. Revolution Tour will return to the East Coast for slopestyle competitions for free skiing and snowboarding on Feb. 11-16, 2018 at Waterville Valley Resort for the second year. The U.S. Revolution Tour has proved to be a progressive venue for today’s top junior riders to take the competitive stage in slopestyle. The tour is designed to serve as a stepping-stone for athletes making the transition from competing at the grassroots level to the elite level. The series is focused toward riders 14-19 years old for slopestyle. Top winners may earn an invite to be part of the U.S. Grand Prix, Junior Worlds, USASA Nationals, and participate in Project Gold camps.
Then, the nation’s best freestyle skiers will compete for national titles this spring at the 2018 U.S. Freestyle Championships. Aerials competitions will take place at the Utah Olympic Park followed by mogul competitions at New Hampshire’s Waterville Valley Resort.
The U.S. Moguls Championships will be returning to the East Coast for the first time since 2012. Competition is scheduled for March 20-24 and will feature moguls and dual moguls. Known as the "Birthplace of Freestyle Skiing", the event will return to Waterville Valley Resort's Lower Bobby's Run trail, home of the first-ever National Freestyle Championships in 1970. Morgan Schild (Rochester, N.Y.) and Jaelin Kauf (Alta, Wyo.) are the reigning women’s moguls and dual moguls champions. Hunter Bailey (Vail, Colo.) will be looking to defend both the men’s moguls and dual moguls titles.