Canada Winter Games 2019
Manitoba Freestyle is looking for skiers for the Canada Winter Games 2019
We are looking for 4 Boys and 4 Girls 18 and under to ski for Manitoba (Competitors must be born between _____________________).
If you have a good techical Background in skiing and looking to Complete in the Upcoming CWG please contact us ASAP!
Check out the excitement that only freestyle skiing offers from high flying aerials to intense moguls runs. Freestyle skiing combines traditional ski racing with technical and artistic elements that require speed and agility in four disciplines – moguls, dual moguls, aerials and half-pipe. Since the sport emerged on the world stage with the Olympics in the 1990s, Canada has been very successful in the sport. Moguls competition at the Canada Games began in 1995, with aerials added in 1999, and dual moguls in 2003.
Teams are comprised of four male and four female competitors for each province and territory.
Competitors must be born between _______________________________
Moguls: Athletes ski one at a time down a course that is between 200 and 275 metres in length, with moguls set 3.5 metres apart. The course includes two jumps, off which athletes perform aerial maneuvers. Competitors are judged on technical quality of turns, (50 % of score), aerial maneuvers (25 %) and speed (25 %). Each competitor gets one qualifying run, and the top 16 qualify for a final run.
Slopestyle: Riders compete individually on a course containing a variety of large jumps, terrain features and rails. They are expected to flow smoothly from start to finish without stopping.
Dual Moguls: Athletes ski two at a time down a course that is between 200 and 275 metres in length, with moguls set 3.5 metres apart. The course includes two jumps, off which athletes perform aerial maneuvers.
Freestyle skiing will take place at Red Deer