While Calgary, Canada, isn't exactly renowned for its mountains, with Canada Olympic Park (COP) it is home to one of the country's premier winter-sports training facilities. Built for the 1988 Calgary Olympic Winter Games, COP is the home of Alpine Canada, and features various high-performance dryland facilities, a small public ski slope including slopestyle park and halfpipe, and Olympic-caliber moguls and aerials facilities.
Canada Olympic Park has played host to a myriad of FIS Freestyle events since the 1988 Olympic Winter Games, and the 2017/18 event will mark the ninth consecutive season that World Cup moguls action will take to the COP's slopes.
Britteny Cox (AUS) and Mikael Kingsbury (CAN) in familiar territory with wins in Calgary (CAN).
The first moguls competition of 2018 is set to hit Calgary's Canada Olympic Park on Saturday.
A look ahead at the 2017/18 moguls World Cup season...
A look back at some of the highlights from the 2016/17 FIS Freestyle moguls World Cup season.
Britteny Cox and Matt Graham win in Calgary to make for best World Cup performance for Australian moguls.
Canadian ladies' look to repeat sweep while Mikael Kingsbury will be looking to make it seven straight at the site of his first World Cup competition.