Refund Policy: A maximum $25 cancellation fee will apply, for each athlete, for each separate event or meet registration. The $25 cancellation fee applies to non-injury withdrawals, no later than the registration deadline, from a weekend’s meet or individual event. Non-injury refunds are not provided for cancellations after the event registration deadline (Tuesday at 5 P.M.). Refunds in the case of injury are not subject to the $25 cancellation fee. Injury withdrawal request must be accompanied with a letter from the attending physician, a hospital bill, or other appropriate documentation, at the discretion of Rocky Mountain Freestyle. When an injury occurs on an official training day or competition day, the competitor is not entitled to a refund for that meet’s fees.
Due to the fixed cost of events, refunds are not provided if an event can’t be held or is not able to start on time. This includes, but is not limited to, when the weather or other factors make it impossible to hold the event as scheduled. Under certain situations, events may be rescheduled or moved to a different resort.
If a competitor is injured he or she may request a refund, by submitting a written request, to the Rocky Mountain Freestyle office no later than May 1st of the competition season. When an injury occurs on the official training day, or day of events, the competitor is not entitled to a refund for that meet’s (weekend) fees. A refund request for medical reasons must include a letter from the attending physician or a hospital bill stating the date and the nature of the injury. When a refund is given for a medical reason, RMF may request a release letter from a physician before the competitor is allowed to compete again.