Aside from breaks in 2010 and 2013, the Moscow aerials event has been an annual stop on the FIS Freestyle World Cup tour since 2008.
The first large-scale event of its kind when launched in that first year, the Moscow competition sees FIS Freestyle bring the slopes to the city by constructing a massive aerials venue out of snow and scaffolding in the heart of one of the world's greatest metropolises.
A nighttime event, under the lights and punctuated by fireworks, the Moscow aerials World Cup is a true highlight on the competition schedule and is not to be missed.
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