Young gun Olivia Giaccio has established herself as a significant threat on the U.S. women's moguls team. (Steve Earl Photography)
Olivia Giaccio and Jack Kariotis both stood on the duals moguls podium at the FIS Freestyle Junior World Championships.
Brad Wilson finished fifth in the U.S. moguls team’s first competition at the 2017 FIS Freestyle World Championships.
USSA has announced the team of 16 moguls and aerials athletes that will represent the USA at the 2017 FIS Freestyle Ski & Snowboard World Championships
Brad Wilson closed out the FIS Freestyle moguls World Cup season on the podium with a third place finish at Thaiwoo Ski Resort on Sunday.
Jaelin Kauf won her first World Cup with teammate Olivia Giaccio joining her on the podium in third.
Jaelin Kauf scored her second career podium at the Visa Freestyle International.
Keaton McCargo lead the charge for the U.S. in Ruka with a third place finish.
The FIS Freestyle moguls World Cup tour will kick off on Dec. 10 in the winter wonderland of Ruka, Finland.
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The 2015-16 season was a red-hot one for Olivia Giaccio. She was quickly recording top results, including three top-5 finishes at the Selections event in December 2015. Her outstanding performance at Selections earned her the chance to start in a World Cup event at Utah's Deer Valley Resort in February 2016. Giaccio qualified for the finals in her first world cup event, finishing 16th in singles. Her success continued on 2016-17 with a first-career podium and two medals at the FIS Junior World Ski Championships, including gold in dual moguls.
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