Elite level snowboardcross and skicross event tour.
U.S. Ski & Snowboard has announced a four-stop Toyota U.S. Revolution Tour for the 2017-18 season.
Olympic snowboarder Justin Reiter, a 10-time national champion and World Cup winner, is closing the chapter as one of America’s most successful parallel snowboarding athletes.
Chloe Kim (Torrance, CA) led a USA sweep at the Winter Games NZ halfpipe, with Kelly Clark (Mammoth Lakes, CA) second and Maddie Mastro (Wrightwood, CA) third.
TransWorld SNOWboarding dubbed the U.S. Snowboard Team as the odds-on favorite for medaling in the 2018 Winter Olympics in PyeongChang, stating, “In our opinion, this is the best that the US has ever looked in terms of sheer volume of talent heading into
Hailey Langland has been nominated for a Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards for the Don’t Try This at Home award.
U.S. Ski & Snowboard has announced its snowboardcross, halfpipe and slopestyle/big air team nominations for the 2017-18 season.
Chris Corning took the gold as Judd Henkes grabbed the silver in slopestyle at the Junior World Championships on Friday.
Jonathan Cheever and Mick Dierdorff finished second in the final team snowboardcross World Cup of the season Sunday.
Chris Corning (Silverthorne, CO) hit the highlight to an incredibly successful season when he won the final FIS World Cup slopestyle event of the season on Saturday.
Alex Deibold (Boulder, CO) took second place on Saturday at the final FIS World Cup individual snowboardcross race of the 2017 season.
The journey to any Olympic Games isn’t easy. That’s why U.S. athletes require the support — technology, knowledge and innovation — from partners like Toyota.
U.S. Snowboarding will send a highly-competitive team to Spindleruv Mlyn, Czech Republic for the FIS Freestyle Snowboarding Junior World Championships March 28-April 2.
Chris Corning capped off a successful season with a big air silver medal at the FIS Freestyle Ski and Snowboard World Championships on Friday.
Hagen Kearney and Nick Baumgartner claimed the gold-medal win, while teammates Lindsey Jacobellis and Faye Gulini earned bronze in the Snowboardcross team event at the FIS Freestyle Ski and Snowboard World Championships.
Hole Shot Tour
The Hole Shot Cross Tour is a competition designed to bridge the gap between grassroots and world cup level for Snowboardcross and Skicross. The event also brings together athletes across the country to identify the top juniors in the country. Athletes 15 (SBX)/ 16 (SX) and older compete together in an open-class style event. The top juniors will be named to U.S. Snowboarding’s and U.S. Freeskiing Project Gold, a group of the top development athletes in the country who will train together in the summer and are invited to other select projects. Athletes also qualify for Junior World Championships and World Cup events from the Hole Shot Tour. Athletes must have a current National USSA license and FIS license prior to registering.
Entry Fees will be refunded ONLY to athletes with a valid medical reason under the following provisions: Entry Frees will be refunded if requested 2 weeks prior to the first day of event onsite registration. Participants must have a valid medical reason with documentation. A $10 service change will be deducted for all refunds.
Mandatory Team Captains Metting Notice - all athletes must be represented at the team captains meeting. Team Captains meetings are typically held the night before each event. Athletes may be removed from the start list if they are not represented at the meeting. Check event schedules for meeting times and locations.