Dubbed by some as the "Superbowl of Freestyle," the annual moguls, dual-moguls, and aerials events held at Deer Valley's Olympic-caliber venues are an undeniable highlight of the freestyle World Cup schedule. Some of the biggest crowds of the season will be on hand for four days of concerts, fireworks, and fantastic skiing, as Deer Valley prides itself on putting on one of the most exciting events of the year.
Deer Valley, Utah, was the site of the moguls and aerials competitions during the 2002 Salt Lake City Olympic Games. As a result, Deer Valley's on-hill facilities are second-to-none, and are set in a resort atmosphere consistently recognized as one of the best in North America. With its combination of freestyle-loving fans, top-notch competition, and world-class amenities, the Deer Valley event is one not to be missed.
The 2017/18 iteration of the Deer Valley Freestyle International marks the 20th anniversary of the legendary competition, making what is always a special week of freestyle skiing even more exciting this season.
Xu Mengtao and Maxim Burov tops in the final event of a big Freestyle week in Deer Valley.
Chinese and Belarusian teams looking strong ahead of showcase night event at Deer Valley.
Jaelin Kauf thrilled the US crowd with her second win of the season, while Kingsbury continued an incredible run that shows no signs of slowing down.
Mikael Kingsbury became the winningest moguls skier of all-time Wednesday at Deer Valley, while Perrine Laffont took the ladies' win.
Britteny Cox and Mikael Kingsbury lead the way into one the biggest weeks on the Freestyle calendar...
A look ahead at the 2017/18 FIS Freestyle Skiing aerials World Cup season...