Rocky Mountain Freestyle (RMF) is a non-profit division of the United States Ski and Snowboard Association (USSA), as sanctioned by the United States Olympic Committee. Rocky Mountain Freestyle produces over thirty USSA-sanctioned freestyle events each season – including moguls, dual moguls, aerials, slopestyle and half pipe events. Events are hosted at major resorts across the Rocky Mountains. Rocky Mountain Freestyle has been the home to many US Freestyle Ski Team and Olympic athletes.
The Rocky Mountain Freestyle Competitive Series program offers full USSA sanctioned competitions. Competitors receive points on the USSA national points list. The Competitive Series is geared toward the seasoned freestyle competitor, 13 years and older. Learn more about the RMF Competitive Series and register for Competitive Series events.
The Qualifier Series (RQS) is primarily intended for entry and mid-level athletes. This fun program offers age-class competitions and usually only requires a youth-level USSA and Rocky Division Youth membership. This series is geared toward the 8 – 13 year old freestyle athlete. Learn more about the RMF Qualifier Series (RQS) and register for Qualifier Series (RQS) events.
The Devo Series is intended for the entry level freestyle athlete. This series offers age-class awards, however is meant to be a fun program that will get the new freestyle athlete excited about the sport of freestyle. This series is geared toward the 8 year old and younger athlete. Learn more about the RMF DEVO Series and register for DEVO Series events.