Winter Park Freestyle Team
The Winter Park Freestyle Team is arguably the strongest team in the country with a long history of excellence in coaching and athletic performance placing numerous athletes on the U.S. Ski Team. We have been named U.S. Ski & Snowboard Freestyle Club of the Year twice.

Athletes begin in the Freestyle Development Team, where they build the foundation for all mountain skiing, with emphasis on the fundamentals necessary to become competitive freestyle mogul, freeski park and pipe, or freeride big mountain skiers. Those continuing in the mogul program follow this program progression: Development Team, Competitive Development Team, Junior Qualifier Team, and Competitive Team. Those wishing to ski full-time and compete at the highest level may apply for admission to the Freestyle Full-time Academy.

For information regarding the Freestyle Masters program, visit the Adult Ski Programs page.

    • Freestyle Development (DEvo) Team

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      The Freestyle Development (Devo) program is designed for athletes who want to begin their journey toward becoming competitive Freestyle Mogul, Freeski Park and Pipe, or Freeride Big Mountain athletes.

      Skiers in this program will have access to the Devo Freestyle Mogul Course and the Competition Center’s Jump Hill during training (a coach is required to ski in these closed areas). Competition is optional but encouraged in the Internal Devo Mogul Events and Battle of the Grommets™Terrain Park events.
      Athletes who want more competitive experiences by entering select Rocky Mountain Freestyle events throughout the state should seek approval to join the Freestyle Competitive Development Team from the Freestyle Devo Coordinator or Freestyle Programs Director.

      Ability Expectations
      This program requires one year in an organized ski program before participating, and it is offered on Saturdays and/or Sundays.

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      Days Offered*
      1-Day
      Sat. or Sun.
      2-Day
      Sat. & Sun.
      Tuition through 10/15
      $2025
      $2825
      Tuition on/after 10/16$2125$2925
      Parent Volunteer Deposit$300 Learn More
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      Dates*Dec. 3, 2022 - Mar. 19, 2023
      No TrainingDec. 24-25, 2022
      Times**8:45 am - 3:15 pm
      *Actual start date depends on whether the athlete is enrolled in the 1-day or 2-day program. Programs must meet enrollment minimums to run.


      **Training times are subject to change as communicated by the program director and/or head coach.


      2022-23 Details
      Ages8-14
      Ski LockerNo
      Team JacketNo: Visit the Team Jackets section on our Registration, Resources, and FAQ page for jacket details.
      LunchNot provided
      Competitions*Internal mogul events
      Battle of the Grommets™
      Slopestyle
      CampsNot provided
      More InformationGeneral Competition Center information can be found on our Registration, Resources, and FAQ page
      *Competitions listed are only shown as an example. Athletes will work with their coach to determine competition opportunities. All competition entry fees, registration, licensing, and travel arrangements are the responsibility of the parent/legal guardian.

      Training Strategies
      Technical/TacticalA fun environment where their fundamental skills are further developed on the various terrain: flats, moguls, aerials, parks, trees, steeps. US Ski & Snowboard season outline is followed that covers balance/body position, edging/carving, absorption, and jumping.
      PsychologicalParticipation in this program allows the skiers to participate in the WP Sports Psychology group sessions or individual sessions (by appointment).
      Conditioning/Cross TrainingWe encourage participation in a variety of sports where the emphasis is fun, active, and engaging. In addition, the athletes have the following opportunities (additional fees may apply): summer water ramp sessions (in Steamboat), fall dry-land training (on the front range), year-round trampoline training (at the Grand Park Rec Center).
      Amount of ski time1-3 days (1-2 days organized, 1-2 days more with family and friends).
      Training TimeAmount of Versatility Training: 85%; Amount of Competition Focused Training: 15%.
      Number of Competition Starts per Season<6
      Competition: Train Days Ratio25%:75%
      Winter Park Competition Center's MissionInspiring lifelong enjoyment of mountain sport.

    • Freestyle Competitive Development (Devo Comp) Team

      The Winter Park Freestyle Competitive Development (Devo Comp) Team primarily focuses on fundamental mogul skiing technique, solid foundational mogul jumping, and all-mountain skiing. In addition, this program provides the athletes mogul-specific training on the designated mogul course to best prepare the athletes for appropriate competition opportunities: the Internal Devo Competitions, select Rocky Mountain Freestyle Devo competitions, and a select Rocky Mountain Qualifier Series event. This program is the stepping stone for the Rocky Qualifier Team.

      The Winter Park Freestyle staff provides guidance and encouragement for all athletes as they work to achieve their goals.


      Ability Expectations

      This program requires one year on the Freestyle Development Team before participating, and it is offered on Saturdays and/or Sundays. Coach recommendation is required.

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      Days Offered*
      1-Day
      Sat. or Sun.
      2-Day
      Sat. & Sun.
      Tuition through 10/15$2325$3025
      Tuition on/after 10/16$2425$3125
      Parent Volunteer Deposit$300 Learn More
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      Ikon Pass Info
      Dates*Dec. 3, 2022 - Mar. 26, 2023
      No TrainingDec. 24-25, 2022
      Times**8:45 am - 3:15 pm
      *Actual start date depends on whether the athlete is enrolled in the 1-day or 2-day program. Programs must meet enrollment minimums to run.

      **Training times and camp dates are subject to change as communicated by the program director and/or head coach.



      2022-23 Details
      Ages8-12 based on year of birth
      Ski Locker1 slot (2-day program participants only); Pending capacity and availability
      Team JacketYes: Visit the Team Jackets section on our Registration, Resources, and FAQ page for jacket details.
      LunchNot provided
      Competitions*Internal mogul events
      U.S. Ski & Snowboard local Devo level events

      Camps**Holiday Camp: Dec. 27-30
      More InformationGeneral Competition Center information can be found on our Registration, Resources, and FAQ page.
      *Competitions listed are only shown as an example. Athletes will work with their coach to determine competition opportunities. All competition entry fees, registration, licensing, and travel arrangements are the responsibility of the parent/legal guardian.

      **Camp dates are subject to change as communicated by the program director and/or head coach.


      Training Strategies
      Technical/TacticalA fun environment where their fundamental skills are further developed on the various terrain: flats, moguls, aerials, parks, trees, steeps. US Ski & Snowboard season outline is followed that covers balance/body position, edging/carving, absorption, and jumping.
      PsychologicalParticipation in this program allows the skiers to participate in the WP Sports Psychology group sessions or individual sessions (by appointment).
      Conditioning/Cross TrainingWe encourage participation in a variety of sports where the emphasis is fun, active, and engaging. In addition, the athletes have the following opportunities (additional fees may apply): summer water ramp sessions (in Steamboat), fall dry-land training (on the front range), year-round trampoline training (at the Grand Park Rec Center).
      Amount of ski time1-3 days (1-2 days organized, 1-2 days more with family and friends).
      Training TimeAmount of Versatility Training: 85%; Amount of Competition Focused Training: 15%.
      Number of Competition Starts per Season<6
      Competition: Train Days Ratio25%:75%
      Winter Park Competition Center's MissionInspiring lifelong enjoyment of mountain sport.

    • Freestyle Junior Qualifier Team (RQS)

      The Winter Park Freestyle Junior Qualifier Team is the stepping stone on the pipeline to the elite Competitive Team in the freestyle program offerings. The Junior Qualifier Team is designed to align with the Rocky Mountain Freestyle’s Rocky Qualifier Series (“RQS”) competition series as the next step from Freestyle Devo and the preparatory program for the Freestyle Competitive Team for athletes ages 11 – 15 (ages based on the U.S. Ski & Snowboard cutoff date: December 31 of that ski season).

      Program participants have the opportunity to train in a high-paced, structured environment with qualified and caring coaches. The athletes can expect to ski 100% (or all) of the mountain, depending on snow conditions and timing, throughout the course of the day: flats, moguls, terrain parks, trees, and steeps with an emphasis on mogul skiing skills.

      Athletes develop their aerial skills in the terrain parks, on the mogul course and at the Freestyle Team Jump Site. Our coaches follow the U.S. Ski & Snowboard skill-development season outline to ensure quality training and solid progressions. Athletes can expect to engage in group drills and receive individual feedback based on one’s performance. The coaches give specific feedback highlighting what the athlete executes well and what skiing skills he/she can improve while spending time with each individual setting goals and creating the road map to achieve personal best in sport. As in all Competition Center programs, we put emphasis on our mission, “lifelong enjoyment of the sport.”


      Ability Expectations
      -Athlete must be proficient at linking short radius turns on blue-black and black terrain, and must demonstrate proper stance and edging techniques on blue terrain.

      -Must be ready and willing to start working on aerials skills in the terrain parks, mogul courses and aerial site.

      -All skiers will need to purchase USSA and RMD competitors license and will compete in their recommended events. Competition experience is strongly recommended.

      -The Freestyle Junior Qualifier Team requires one year of Competitive Development (Devo Comp) Team experience/competition before participating.

      -The program is offered on Saturdays and Sundays and includes coaching at the Rocky Qualifier Series and the Rocky Mountain Freestyle Competitive Series events
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      3-Day
      Fri.-Sun.
      Tuition through 10/15$2525$3225$3725
      Tuition on/after 10/16$2625$3325$3825
      Parent Volunteer Deposit$300$300$600
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      1-Day & 2-Day Dates
      3-Day Dates
      Nov. 18, 2022 - Mar. 26, 2023
      Nov. 19, 2022 - Apr. 2, 2023
      No TrainingDec. 23-25, 2022
      Times**9 am - 3 pm
      *Actual start date depends on whether the athlete is enrolled in the 1-day, 2-day, or 3-day program. Programs must meet enrollment minimums to run.

      **Training times and camp dates are subject to change as communicated by the program director and/or head coach.

      2022-23 Details
      Ages11+ based on year of birth
      Ski Locker1 slot (2-day program participants only); Pending capacity and availability
      2 slots (3-day program participants only): Pending capacity and availability
      Team JacketYes: Visit the Team Jackets section on our Registration, Resources, and FAQ page for jacket details.
      LunchNot provided
      Competitions*U.S. Ski & Snowboard local RQS level events
      Camps**Dec. 26-30
      More InformationGeneral Competition Center information can be found on our Registration, Resources, and FAQ page.
      *Competitions listed are only shown as an example. Athletes will work with their coach to determine competition opportunities. All competition entry fees, registration, licensing, and travel arrangements are the responsibility of the parent/legal guardian.

      **Camp dates are subject to change as communicated by the program director and/or head coach.

    • Freestyle Competitive Team

      Our NorAm team is one of the most elite in the country and we continue to place athletes on the podium on this demanding tour. If you are a committed athlete looking to excel in the sport of freestyle moguls, Winter Park is the place to train; boasting a full-length, F.I.S. specification mogul course right at the base of the mountain. We also have a permanent aerial site and 2 additional mogul courses on the mountain.

      The Freestyle Competitive Team is a mogul program emphasizing the development of technical skills necessary to excel in freestyle skiing. Building a strong technical base for mogul skiing will allow the skiers to perform at their best in the mogul arena. Consistent aerial training on our own aerial site or mogul course is incorporated into their training regimen for a total freestyle package. Our state-of-the-art training technology for physical conditioning, sport psychology, video analysis, goal setting and planning assists each athlete on the road to excellence.

      Skiers will be grouped according to age and ability and, although all of the athletes will work with each coach during the season, they will have one primary coach. This is a competitive program and athletes must be willing to put forth a great deal of commitment and effort to attain their personal best. The Freestyle Competitive Team program allows for three days of training per week for freestyle skiers ages 13 and older.

      Athletes looking for extra training opportunities should try our spring skills and trampoline camps, summer water ramp camps, on-snow camps and fall conditioning sessions.

      ABILITY EXPECTATIONS
      Athletes must have at least two years of RQS experience / competition and coaches’ recommendation to move up to the Freestyle Competitive Team. This team competes on the U.S. Ski & Snowboard Freestyle circuit in the Rocky Mountain Division Series in Colorado and U.S. Ski & Snowboard Junior Nationals (for those athletes who qualify).

      Must be proficient at linking short radius turns on blue / black and black terrain.

      Must demonstrate proper stance and edging techniques on blue terrain.

      Must be ready and willing to start working on aerials skills on the water ramps, mogul course and aerial site.

      All Skiers will need to purchase US Ski & Snowboard and RMD competitors license and will compete in their recommended events.


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      Program Options
      Days Offered*
      3-Day
      Friday, Saturday, and Sunday
      Tuition through 10/15$3725
      Tuition on/after 10/16$3825
      Parent Volunteer Deposit$600 Learn More
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      DatesNov. 18, 2022 - Apr. 2, 2023
      No TrainingDec. 23-25, 2022
      Times*9 am - 3 pm
      *Training times are subject to change as communicated by the program director and/or head coach.



      2022-23 Details
      Ages13+ based on year of birth
      Ski Locker2 slots; Pending capacity and availability
      Team JacketYes. Visit the Team Jackets section on our Registration, Resources, and FAQ page for jacket details.
      LunchNot provided
      Competitions*U.S. Ski & Snowboard regional Comp/Open events
      Camps**Holiday Camp: Dec. 26-30
      More InformationGeneral Competition Center information can be found on our Registration, Resources, and FAQ page.
      *Competitions listed are only shown as an example. Athletes will work with their coach to determine competition opportunities. All competition entry fees, registration, licensing, and travel arrangements are the responsibility of the parent/legal guardian.

      **Camp dates are subject to change as communicated by the program director and/or head coach.

    • Full-Time Academy

      General Full-time Academy Info
      If you are a committed athlete looking to excel in the sport of freestyle moguls, Winter Park is the place to train, boasting a full-length, F.I.S. specification mogul course right at the base of the mountain. We also have a permanent aerial site and two additional mogul courses on the mountain. A highly experienced coaching staff teaches the most current mogul skiing and aerial techniques using video analysis to help the athletes improve. Off-snow sessions include indoor trampoline sessions, water ramp sessions, physical conditioning, and mental skills training led by our Sports Performance specialist and Sports Psychologist Director, Stephanie Zavilla.

      Ability Expectations
      Middle school: 1 year of competition at the Competitive Team level in Rocky Mountain Freestyle.
      The Winter Park Competition Center (WPCC) Full-time Academy is a year-round, highly intensive program dedicated to the serious, motivated and experienced snow sport competitors. Our program offers a place where dedicated athletes can achieve their highest aspirations in the sport; while at the same time achieving our program philosophy to achieve ones’ highest potential as an athlete, person, and competitor.
      Admittance to the WPCC Full-time Academy is through an application process. Commitment and attitude are the most important attributes we're looking for. Applications are due July 1 for middle and high school age applicants (7-12 grade) and are due August 1 for post-graduate applicants. Late applications and registrations will be considered on a case-by-case basis.

      Once accepted to the program, registration must be completed in order to finalize your status in the WPCC Full-time Academy. Interested applicants should also directly contact the specific discipline director. Please reference the contact chart below for the appropriate contact.

      For general application or registration questions, contact the Competition Center, office at 970-726-1590 or
      ccenter@winterparkresort.com.

      New Academy Athlete - Application Checklist

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      Full-time Academy athletes train 5-6 days per week during the ski/snowboard season. During the off-season, they participate in specialized training camps and are expected to consistently participate in the year-round sports performance program. This commitment to athletic excellence ensures that they stay fit and are physically and mentally prepared to achieve peak performance each season.

      Winter
      The information below provides the general winter training schedule for all WPCC Academy athletes. Specific dates and training times vary by discipline and age group. Please refer to the program tuition and details table for more comprehensive and specific training information for your discipline.

      Full-time Academy Middle School
      Tuesday and Thursday: afternoon training
      Friday through Sunday: full day training; times vary by discipline and age.

      Full-time Academy High School and Post-Graduate (PG)
      Tuesday through Thursday: afternoons for high school athletes; PG athletes may full day training.
      Friday through Sunday: full day training; times vary by discipline and age.

      Summer
      Each discipline offers off-season training programs to maximize fitness and progression to maximize competitive edge. Camp offerings and training venues will vary by discipline, and may change year to year. While specific opportunities vary by discipline and by year, some examples of summer training opportunity include:

      ·Participation in our year-round sports performance program, including our spring and fall fitness assessments.
      ·May on-snow camps held at Winter Park Resort.
      ·Sand Dunes Fitness Camp in September.
      ·Based on discipline*, athletes may attend technical progression and on-snow camps held at locations such as Mt. Hood, Mammoth Mountain, Steamboat Springs, and the Utah Olympic Park in Park City, Utah.

      *Camp offerings vary by discipline and camp locations may vary year to year.

      Academic excellence is a core value for members of the Full-time Academy. Most of our middle and high school athletes enroll in the East Grand School District (EGSD). East Grand is on a 4-day school week, so skiers have a full day of training on Friday!

      Schedules are arranged for core classes to take place in the morning, and students/athletes are transported to the ski area at lunch time for afternoon training. Those who do not enroll in EGSD are able to make arrangements for alternative or online education programs. Regardless of schooling choice, grade eligibility is verified weekly throughout the season.



      Our Sports Performance Program provides full-time athletes with year-round conditioning, strength training, fitness assessment, mental skills training, and return-to-sport support to build a strong mental, physical, and technical base going into and throughout the competitive season. Participation is required for full-time athletes and we work with athletes to navigate scheduling conflicts for those who may also participate in other sports.

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      Middle School
      Tues., Thurs. - Sun.
      High School & Older
      Tues. - Sun.
      Tuition through 10/15$5775$6675
      Tuition on/after 10/16$5875$6775
      Parent Volunteer Deposit$600 Learn More
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      Dates*Oct. 18, 2022 - Apr. 2, 2023
      No TrainingDec. 23-25, 2022
      Times** Tues.-Thurs.: 1-4 pm
      Fri.-Sun.: 9 am - 3 pm

      *Actual start date depends on whether the athlete is enrolled in the Middle School or High School/Post-Graduate program. Programs must meet enrollment minimums to run.

      **Training times and camp dates are subject to change as communicated by the program director and/or head coach.


      2022-23 Details
      AgesMiddle School: Grades 7-8
      High School/Post-Graduate: Grades 9+
      Ski Locker2 slots and 1 full locker; Pending capacity and availability
      Team JacketYes: Visit the Team Jackets section on our Registration, Resources, and FAQ page for jacket details.
      LunchNot provided
      Competitions*U.S. Ski & Snowboard regional Comp/Open events
      Camps**Holiday Camp: Dec. 26-30
      More InformationGeneral Competition Center information can be found on our Registration, Resources, and FAQ page.
      *Competitions listed are only shown as an example. Athletes will work with their coach to determine competition opportunities. All competition entry fees, registration, licensing, and travel arrangements are the responsibility of the parent/legal guardian.


      **Camp dates are subject to change as communicated by the program director and/or head coach.

    • Camps and Summer Training

      Freestyle summer and shoulder season training opportunities are a great option for athletes to improve their skills for the winter season. Summer training is designed to help elevate athletes and improve their potential as a skier and all-around athlete. Training sessions will be primarily focused on improving jumping techniques and fundamentals. Summer training opportunities will be updated as details become available.

      Please note that most summer training opportunities are for the Competitive and Full-time Teams. Select opportunities will be available for RQS and Devo Team.

      Head coaches for each team will communicate dates and camp/registration information for your specific team via email.


      Winter Park Freestyle Tramps

      Trampoline sessions take place at the Fraser Valley Recreation Center and are designed for Freestyle, Freeski, and Freeride athletes.

      Tramp sessions will focus primarily on good jumping techniques; balance, vision, and body position. We will work on warm-up, bed tricks, and trick progressions appropriate for each athlete (grabs, 360, 360 w/ position, flat-spin, front sault, back layout, back – x, back-full, double-full, cork-7, cork-10).

      Trampoline sessions have an enrollment cap and also must meet the session enrollment minimum to run.All sessions are dependent on Comp Center / Rec Center status. Registrants will be notified of sessionstatus at least 48 hours prior. If enrollment minimum is not met and the session is cancelled, those registered will receive a full refund.



      Freestyle Park City (UOP) Ramp Camp

      The Utah Olympic Park (UOP) ramp camp is ideal for Freestyle Competitive Team athletes who are passionate about improving their trampoline skills and jumping fundamentals. We maximize trampoline and ramp time by working 2 sessions/day.

      Overnight Camps

      Each summer, the Freestyle Competitive and Full-time Team athletes will have the opportunity to travel to overnight ski camps at either Mt. Hood or Whistler, BC. Information and registration will be distributed by the Head Coach, as locations will vary each year.

      Freestyle Steamboat Ramp Camps

      Steamboat ramp camps are ideal for Freestyle Competitive Team athletes who are passionate about improving their trampoline skills and jumping fundamentals. We maximize trampoline and ramp time by working 2 sessions/day.

      Once open, registration will be available through the Member Portal.

    • Contact Information

      For program questions, contact Laurie Mooney, Freestyle Program Director, at lmooney@winterparkresort.com.

      For registration questions, contact the Competition Center office at 970-726-1590 or ccenter@winterparkresort.com.

      To view the complete Competition Center Staff Directory, visit the Important Information and FAQ section of our Registration, Resources, and FAQ page.

    • Freestyle History of Excellence

      The WPCC Full-time Academy program has consistently developed members of the United States Ski Team, Junior World Championships competitors, NCAA All Americans and numerous Junior Olympic medalists. We were the 2018 US Ski & Snowboard Freestyle Club of the year.

      2022 USSS Gold Camp – Asher Michel and Porter Huff

      2022 – Jackson Harvey named to Australian National Ski Team

      2022 - Inaugural NBS Grand Prix Scholarship Mens Champion – Asher Michel

      2022 - RMF Womens Divisionals Champion – Liv Sroka

      2022 Junior Nationals – Hayden Guldy 9th, Sam Gottesfeld 10th, Liv Sroka 10th Singles

      2022 US Freestyle Nationals – Asher Michel 8th Singles, Hayden Guldy 9th Singles, Steve Boone 10th Singles, Olivia Maurais 6th Singles, Live Sroka 13th Singles, Finn Balfe 4th Duals

      2022 RQS Championships – Ben Henderson 2nd, Chase Morrison 3rd, Zac Sheinbaum 5th, Anna Ledezma 4th Singles, Gillian Lavens 6th Singles, Chase Morrison 2nd Duals, Gillian Lavens 3rd Duals

      2021 Junior Nationals - Ali Homans 12th Singles, Tenley Leonard 16th Singles, Jackson Harvey 3rd Singles / Duals, Kane Darrah 8th Singles / 7th Duals, Asher Michel 11th Singles, Sam Gottesfeld 15th Singles

      2021 US Freestyle Nationals – Tenley Leonard 14th Singles, George McQuinn 2nd Singles, Jackson Harvey 5th Singles

      2020 Junior Nationals - Jackson Harvey 2nd Single Moguls, Kane Darrah 4th Single Moguls, Eddie Hein 10th Single Moguls

      2020 RQS Championships – Ali Homans 1st Single Moguls, Porter Huff 1st Single Moguls

      2019 - George McQuinn – named to USST

      2019 - Junior Nationals - Jackson Harvey Dual Moguls Champion

      2019 - RQS Championships – Ali Homans 3rd Single Moguls, Porter Huff 3rd Single Moguls, Ben Thrush Dual Moguls Champion

      2018 - Junior Worlds Qualifiers – Skyler Nunn, George McQuinn – 4th place dual moguls, Tanner Lyle – 4th place single moguls

      2018 - Junior Nationals - Chase Allen 3rd place M17 moguls

      2018 - RQS Championships – Finn Balfe 1st, Asher Michel 2nd, Hayden Guldy 3rd, Sophie Astone 3rd

      2017 - Junior Worlds Qualifier - Jordan Strande

      2017 - Junior Nationals - 3rd Place Men’s Moguls Tanner Lyle, 3rd Place Women’s Moguls Hallee Ray

      2017 - #1 Ranked Junior Mogul Skier - Tanner Lyle

      2017 - RQS Championships – 2nd Place Martin Currat, 3rd Place Asher Michel, 2nd Place Olivia Sroka, 3rd Place Emma Martin

      2016 - 2x NorAm Champion Joel Hedrick

      2016 - Joel Hedrick named to USST D team moguls

      2016 - Junior Nationals Female Dual Mogul Champion Hallee Ray

      2015 - 2x Nor am Champion Joel Hedrick

      2015 - 3 WPFT athletes named to USST: Joel Hedrick D team moguls, Elizabeth O’Connell D team moguls, Bruce Perry Jr C team moguls