In 2022, freestyle skiing will be held at the Nationals Snow event at Mt Buller, and will be contested in both men's and women's competitions.
Four disciplines will be offered in next year's event including slopestyle, skier cross, moguls and rails.
Step 1: Contact your University Team Manager (UTM) to obtain your team code.
Step 2: Register online
Early bird: closes 11.59pm Friday 12 August
Late registration: closes 5pm Friday 26 August
Non-competing officials (coaches, managers, media etc.)
$TBC,closes 5pm Friday 26 August
2022 event entry prices*: TBC
2022 lift pass prices*: TBC
*Inclusive of GST and service fees - PayPal fee not included.
04-08 September 2022
Mt Buller, VIC
In slopestyle, athletes ski down a course including a variety of obstacles including rails, jumps, and other terrain park features. Points are scored for amplitude, originality and quality of tricks.
Format: 2 run qualification then 6 person finals (TBC)
Despite its being a timed racing event, skier cross is often considered part of freestyle skiing because it incorporates terrain features traditionally found in freestyle. Skier cross courses have both naturally occurring terrain and artificial features including big-air jumps and high-banked turns.
Format: One run qualification then top 16 through to elimination finals.
Mogul skiing is a competition consisting of free skiing on a steep, heavily moguled course, stressing technical turns, aerial manoeuvres and speed.
Format: 2 run qualification then 6 person finals.
Rails come in a variety of shapes and sizes. Athletes perform tricks which are scored based on difficulty, style and execution.
Format: Rail Jam - as many scored runs in the allotted time as possible.