Rev Tour Heads to Seven Springs

2015-01-19 13:56

PARK CITY, UT (Jan. 15, 2015) – The 2014-15 U.S. Revolution Tour continues at Seven Springs Mountain Resort in Pennsylvania Jan. 26-30. The next generation of Olympic freeskiers and snowboarders will compete at “The Spot”— Seven Springs’ flagship terrain park—in the only Olympic-sized halfpipe on the East Coast for a chance to win a piece of the $67,000 tour prize purse. 

An industry leader in terrain park design, progression and innovation, Seven Springs is the perfect place to continue Revolution Tour competition, as current snowboarding tour leaders Jake Pates (Edwards, CO), Gabe Ferguson (Bend, OR), Maddie Mastro (Wrightwood, CA) and freeskiing tour leaders Kyle Smaine (S. Lake Tahoe, CA), Annalisa Drew (Andover, MA) and Tim Ryan (Waterville Valley, NH) will look to defend their early season leads. The U.S. snowboarders will also be competing to earn one wildcard spot in each discipline for the Sprint U.S. Grand Prix and World Snowboard Tour Pro Level event in Mammoth Mountain, CA Feb. 4-7. 


  • Award-winning park: The Spot, Seven Springs’ terrain park, has been voted the number one East Coast terrain park by TransWorld SNOWboarding’s 2015 Resort Poll and SKI Magazine’s 2015 Reader Resort Survey.
  • Olympic-sized halfpipe: Seven Springs boasts the only Olympic-sized halfpipe in the East Coast.
  • World Snowboard Tour wildcard spot: One wildcard spot in each discipline will be awarded to the top American finisher who is not already invited to the Sprint U.S. Grand Prix in Mammoth Mountain, CA Feb 4-7.


  • Prize purse: The Rev Tour has doubled its prize purse for the 2014-15 season for a total purse of $67,000.
  • Sanctioning: The Rev Tour will be a World Snowboard Tour National Level event as well as an AFP Silver Level event.
  • Sport development: The U.S. Revolution Tour started in 2003 to bridge the gap from grassroots competition to the elite level, and it works. 2014 Olympic Champions Sage Kotsenburg, Maddie Bowman and Kaitlyn Farrington have all used the Rev Tour as a steppingstone to launch successful careers.
  • Registration: For more information, follow the U.S. Revolution Tour on Facebook or visit or

Jan. 26 - Snowboard halfpipe competition
Jan. 27 - Freeski halfpipe competition
Jan. 28 - Freeski slopestyle competition
Jan. 29- Snowboard halfpipe competition
Jan 30- Snowboard slopestyle competition

Nick Alexakos, U.S. Revolution Tour Event Director
The 2015 U.S. Revolution Tour is excited to be returning to Seven Springs Mountain Resort for another competition season. As a leader in both park and pipe on the east, Seven Springs has proven venues and is dedicated to the progression of the sport.

Eric Mauck, CEO of Seven Springs Mountain Resort
We are honored to welcome back the U.S. Revolution Tour and to witness the incredible skills of these junior competitors breaking into elite levels of skiing and snowboarding. This event is spectator-friendly and will offer our guests a once-in-a-lifetime chance to witness incredible athletes making a name for themselves.


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