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Thirteen American freestyle athletes will travel to Himos, Finland to represent the USA at the FIS World Cup Finals Mar. 9-11, 2001.
The Freestyle World Cup Tour opened at Mt. Buller, in Australia.
Two former U.S. Olympians won the freestyle event at the Sprint Ultimate Airwave where competitors performed aerials into a pool of water at the Utah Olympic Park.
1998 Olympic gold medalist Eric Bergoust showed off his gold medal and shared the spotlight with two new champions to kick off a new musical education program for children.
Reigning World Cup moguls champion AnnBattelle and aerials champion Eric Bergoust top a list of 45 athletes named to the U.S.Freestyle Ski Team for next World Cup season
The Sprint U.S. freestyle Grand National kicks off at Steamboat Springs, CO on Dec. 16 and runs through the 18th.
SKI editor-in-chief Andy Bigford goes behind the scenes to assess the situation the U.S. Alpine Ski Team is facing as they head into the final four events.
March 2: Olympic aerials champion and newly crowned world champ Alisa Camplin of Australia and Dmitry Arkhipov of Russia, who won the men's gold medal at Worlds a month ago, added the World Cup aerials title to their haul for the season.
Feb. 1: Campling, Arkhipov Win Aerials Gold As Worlds Close
Jan. 19: Canadian Ryan Blais won the first World Cup of his career while Jeret Peterson, the top U.S. aerialist, in sixth place.
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