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Deer Valley U.S. Freestyle Championships Presented by Toyota

Women and Men
Dual Moguls, Moguls

U.S. Freestyle Championships

Deer Valley

Event Dates : March 23 - 27, 2022

COVID-19 Protocols

This event will be required to follow local and regional health guidelines.

Facial covering are required inside all Palisades Tahoe buildings and Village buildings. The mask must cover the nose and mouth.

All teams are encouraged to be vaccinated. Vaccinations prove to be effective against serious cases and spreading of COVID-19.

No participants should travel if they are experiencing symptoms of COVID-19.

All official event meetings will be held online.

Teams are encouraged to limit interactions with others and public

Event Information & Payment 

Official Invitation

Event Schedule

2022 US Mogul National Invites

Please sign into the MyUSSA Portal to Register
(Registration closes 3/16/22)

Freestyle National Championships Criteria 

Instructions on how to Register

Athlete & Parent Registration

Coach Registration 

Bulk Registration


All participants will be required to sign the Winter Activities Waiver, found here

Waiver must be signed before arrival. 


Coaches must register through the U.S. Ski & Snowboard site for the event. 

Please note that this event and any sanctioned U.S. Ski and Snowboard event may be audited by Safesport.

On-Site Registration, Lodging & More 

On-Site Registration 

Registration will take place at the Center of Excellence in Park City, UT 

Athletes will receive their lift passes at Registration.  

Lift Tickets 

Lift passes will be complimentary for athletes and coaches,
unless you have a IKON Pass. 


1.  All U.S. Freestyle Ski  Team athletes. 

2.  The  top  35  ranked  U.S.  athletes  in  moguls  and  dual  moguls  from  the  FFSP  List  #6  per gender  per  discipline  after  the  U.S.  Ski  Team.  

Additional  athletes  will  not  be  invited to  replace  those  athletes  that  are  not  FIS  age  eligible  in  the  top  35,  on  the  alternate  list, excluded by their division, injured or competing in conflicting events. 

3.  The  next  five  (5)  U.S.  athletes  on  the  FFSP  List  #6  per  gender  per  discipline  that  have  not already  qualified  via  criteria  1  or  2  will  be  named  as  alternates  to  the  event. Alternates  will be  placed  into  the  events  in  the  order  they  are  named  and  will  be  notified  immediately.  The alternates  will  only  compete  if  any  of  the  skiers  qualified  via  criteria  1  and  2  do  not  accept their spot. 

4.  Divisions  will  be  allotted  one  spot  per  gender,  per  discipline  to  be  used  at  the  divisions’ discretion.  Divisions  should  notify  the  Freestyle  Office  of  their  allocations  48  hours  after invitation  becomes  valid.  If  the  spot  remains  unused,  or  divisions  do  not  notify  by  the  48hour  deadline  the  spot  may  be  lost.  If  division  allocation  is  invited  to  the  event  via  criteria 3  as  an  alternate,  the  division  will  be  allowed  to  choose  a  new  division  allocation.  Divisions may  not  add  to  or  change  requirements  for  the  quota  spots  described  in  this  section  apart from those spots designated as the divisional allocations. 

5.  All  athletes  that  qualified  via  criteria  2-4  in  one  discipline  and  not  the  other  discipline  will be  granted  a  start  if  they  are  ranked  in  the  top  60  U.S.  athletes  on  the  FFSP  List  #6  in  that discipline.

Medical Plan

Please find the Medical Plan here.

Athlete Safety

U.S. Ski & Snowboard works to provide a safe environment in which athletes can train and compete, free from abuse and inappropriate behavior.  Please review U.S. Ski & Snowboard's Athlete Safety policies, the SafeSport Code, and the Minor Athlete Abuse Prevention Policies. 

U.S. Ski & Snowboard Minor Athlete Abuse Prevention Policies

If you are an athlete who has experienced inappropriate behavior or know of an athlete who has experienced inappropriate behavior, please report to the U.S. Center of SafeSport HERE or U.S. Ski & Snowboard HERE.  All adult participants are mandatory reporters.  Reporting violations may be made anonymously and there are no fees for reporting.  We all are part of promoting a culture of safety through education, listening, and speaking up.

For reporting requirements and links to reporting, please use the QR Code below.

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Athletes must be 14 years old by December 31, 2021.
For questions, please contact U.S. Ski & Snowboard Member Services at or 435.647.2666.
Dec 16 - Dec 21, 2021
Jan 18 - Jan 21, 2022
Feb 10 - Feb 11, 2022
Mar 23 - Mar 27, 2022