Elite level snowboardcross and skicross event tour.
Following up the X Games and World Championships, the 2015 Sprint U.S. Grand Prix returns to Mammoth Mountain, CA February 4-7 with a top-notch roster of the world’s best riders.
X Games 2015 introduced a myriad of storylines, drama, and characters to the world, while U.S. Freeskiing and U.S. Snowboarding athletes proved to be the central characters in the compelling stories that unfurled.
Just as it is important to be physically prepared to play youth sports it is equally important for youth athletes to be mentally prepared to handle the pressure.
On the last day of X Games 2015, the men and women snowboarders took to the slopestyle course for the finals. In the end, Jamie Anderson was the only American to take a medal, taking a silver.
The future is now in women’s superpipe. 14-year-old Chloe Kim won gold in the Buttermilk halfpipe, becoming the youngest athlete to ever win X Games gold.
Kyle Mack earned his second World Championships bronze medal finishing third in big air snowboarding.
The U.S. Snowboard Team walked away with two medals—a gold in the women’s competition and a bronze in the men’s race. Standing on the X Games podium was nothing new for both medal winners. Lindsey Jacobellis won gold and Nate Holland bronze.
This year in Aspen, the halfpipe was primed and athletes were excited about the quality of the venue. The result? Danny Davis won his second straight superpipe gold medal at X Games in Aspen.
From January 21 through January 25, the best skiers and snowboarders, among other athletes, will be vying for X Games medals. The stable of U.S. Freeskiing and U.S. Snowboarding athletes on-hand consists of long-time legends and Olympic heroes.
Olympian Ryan Stassel dominated the slopestyle field to take home his first ever FIS World Championship title, while teammate Kyle Mack earned bronze.
A free webinar for parents of snowboarders and freeskiers.
Wishes for Youth Sports – Champion and Celebrate Sportsmanship
The 2014-15 U.S. Revolution Tour continues at Seven Springs Mountain Resort in Pennsylvania Jan. 26-30.
Lindsey Jacobellis added a fourth World Championship title to her long list of snowboarding accolades and Nick Baumgartner collected his second World Championships bronze medal in Kreischberg, Austria.
Hole Shot Tour
The Hole Shot Cross Tour is a competition designed to bridge the gap between grassroots and world cup level for Snowboardcross and Skicross. The event also brings together athletes across the country to identify the top juniors in the country. Athletes 15 (SBX)/ 16 (SX) and older compete together in an open-class style event. The top juniors will be named to U.S. Snowboarding’s and U.S. Freeskiing Project Gold, a group of the top development athletes in the country who will train together in the summer and are invited to other select projects. Athletes also qualify for Junior World Championships and World Cup events from the Hole Shot Tour. Athletes must have a current National USSA license and FIS license prior to registering.
Online registration is now open!
Ski Cooper, Colorado
** Due to adverse weather conditions, the Ski Cooper event has been postponed to Feb. 2-8, 2015
Please see the race announcement for detaile schedule and information
Squaw Valley, California
March 10 Hole Shot Training
March 11 Hole Shot Race #1
March 12 Hole Shot Race #2
March 13 Rev Tour Training/Race
*The Squaw Valley Rev Tour will be open to athletes ages 13-19 only.