Toyota US Grand Prix
2021-12-03 , 2022-01-09
Men and Women
Welcome to the 2022 Toyota U.S. Grand Prix
The Toyota U.S. Grand Prix traditionally brings together the world's best competitive freeskiers and snowboarders. The event began in 1995 and is the U.S. Ski & Snowboard's longest-running domestic series.
Chris Corning has quickly made a name for himself in both slopestyle and big air. He won his first World Cup in 2015, has two World Championship medals and two World Cup titles, and throws down some of the hardest tricks on the competition circuit.
Hailey Langland had quite the season in 2016, one that catapulted her to the spotlight at just 15 years of age. She landed the first ever Cab double cork 1080 to win X Games big air in 2017 and made her first Olympic team at 17 years old.
Redmond Gerard is the youngest snowboard Olympic gold medalist in history, winning the slopestyle at the 2018 Games at the age of 17.He also finished an impressive 5th in the debut of big air snowboarding. Gerard began competing in the amateur ranks in 2011 and worked his way up to the pro circui
Southern California girl Maddie Mastro put herself on the map with authority in 2016, transitioning from Rev Tour success straight to the finals of elite contests around the world. She made her first Olympic team in 2018 at the age of 17.
Montana native Maggie Voisin burst onto the women’s pro slopestyle scene during the 2013-2014 season with a Dew Tour podium, X Games silver medal and a spot on the inaugural U.S. Olympic slopestyle team.
A smart and talented Midwest native, Nick Goepper has the tools for success and it shows with his impressive roster of results, which includes two Olympic medals - bronze and silver - five X Games medals (three of them gold) and podium finishes at pretty much every other major event in freeskiing
Colorado native Aaron Blunck represented the U.S. at the Sochi Winter Olympic Games, finishing seventh in halfpipe skiing and thus cementing his name in freeskiing history. He went on to land both X Games and World Championship gold medals in 2017 and make his second Olympic team in 2018.