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.
X Games officially wrapped up on Sunday afternoon with ski superpipe. Canada’s Simon d’Artois wins gold in dramatic fashion, Kevin Rolland of France wins silver, and hometown hero Alex Ferreira (Aspen, CO) wins bronze.
Nick Goepper won his third consecutive X Games slopestyle gold medal and Olympic champion Joss Christensen (Park City, UT) took home the silver. On the women’s side, Keri Herman (Breckenridge, CO) won the silver medal.
Bobby Brown soared to a silver medal in big air skiing at X Games in Aspen.
Twenty-three-year-old Kyle Smaine dominated Kreischberg’s halfpipe competition to earn his first World Championships title.
In a field stocked full of eight world-class freeskiers from countries spanning the world at the 2015 X Games, Maddie Bowman stomped her first run through Buttermilk’s halfpipe to win another gold medal. Brita Sigourney took third.
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.
In a history-making FIS World Championship, 23-year-old Noah Wallace earned his first World Championship medal in slopestyle—taking third place and a bronze.
VIDEO: Micinski Wins Sierra Nevada
USSA TEAM Academy athlete and rookie team member Alexi Micinski (Meridian, ID) took her first career victory at the World Cup slopestyle final on Saturday.
VIDEO: Currier Wins Sierra Nevada
U.S. Freeskiing rookie team member Lyman Currier (Boulder, CO) also took his career first victory in the FIS World Cup men's final in Sierra Nevada, coming off an ACL injury.
VIDEO: Wise Wins Worlds Halfpipe
David Wise (Reno, NV) laid down a stellar first run to win the FIS Freestyle World Ski Championships halfpipe in Oslo, Norway by 0.6 points over U.S. Freeskiing teammate Torin Yater-Wallace.
VIDEO: Yater-Wallace 2nd in Worlds
Torin Yater-Wallace landed a solid first run in the FIS Freestyle World Ski Championships ski pipe to finish 2nd, just 0.6 points behind U.S. Freeskiing teammate David Wise.
VIDEO: Wallisch at the COE
Skiing legend Tom Wallisch shows us the unique way he uses the U.S. Freeskiing training center in Park City to prepare for competition.
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Preview of the 2013 Sprint Grand Prix at Park City.
VIDEO: Herman Wins Copper Slope
Keri Herman (Breckenridge, CO) clinched her second straight FIS World Cup slopestyle win of the season in the Visa U.S. Freeskiing Grand Prix at Copper Mountain.
VIDEO: Bobby Brown 4th in Copper
Bobby Brown finishes 4th in the Visa U.S. Freeskiing Grand Prix slopestyle at Copper Mountain with a score of 89.4.
Swennson Third in SX
Joe Swensson finishes third in the Audi FIS World Cup ski cross in Val Thorens, France boosting his confidence for the rest of the season.
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