Quebec is a hotbed of Canadian freestyle skiing talent, and Val Saint-Come is located right at the heart of it. Situated some 120kms north of Montreal, the mountain arrived in 2012-13 as a new stop on the World Cup aerials circuit due in no small part to its recently constructed, state-of-art Freestyle Centre of Excellence - featuring World Cup-caliber moguls and aerials venues.
2016/17 will see the fourth consecutive year of FIS Freesstyle World Cup action at Val St. Come when moguls competition again returns to Quebec on January 21, 2017.
Justine Dufour-Lapointe leads Canadian ladies sweep while Mikael Kingsbury back on top of men's World Cup.
The moguls World Cup moves to the centre of the moguls world in Val St. Come (CAN) for competition this Saturday.
A look ahead at the 2016/17 FIS Freestyle Skiing moguls World Cup season...
A look back at the 2015/16 FIS Freestyle Skiing moguls World Cup season
Our interview with the winningest men's World Cup moguls skier of all time.
Powerful Canadian team looks for success on home soil