2016 RQS A-Basin
Mogul events are $85 for the first event, $75 for the second event and $70 for each additional event. RMF Divisional Championships are $105 for the first event, $85 for the second, $75 for the third event, and $70 for each additional event. RQS and Devo events are $50 per event.
Jr. Moguls - 90 entries; Open Moguls - 110 entries; Champs/Senior Moguls - 150 entries. There are no caps on any Dual Moguls or Divisional Championship Events. RQS and Devo events are capped at 90 athletes.
Deadline for event registration is 5pm Mountain Standard Time the Tuesday before a competition unless the event reaches its registration cap prior to that time. Dual mogul registrations may be accepted until 3pm the day before the event but will not be accepted the morning of the event.
For the 2022/23 ski season, full refunds will be issued for anyone with COVID-19 symptoms or possible exposure requiring quarantine. Proof of a negative COVID-19 PCR test or a 10-day waiting period will be required after withdrawal from an event due to COVID-19 reasons.
A maximum $25 cancellation fee will apply for each athlete for each separate event or meet registration. The $25 cancellation fee applies for non-injury withdrawal 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. 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.
The results posted on this website are unofficial. Official results, and associated Freestyle Points (FSP), are posted on the US Ski & Snowboard web site "Click Here". Please report any discrepancies to Rocky Mountain Freestyle. The results on this site are intended to provide athletes with their raw turns, jumps and time scores. Degree of Difficulty (DD) factors for jumps are also provided. This information is not available on the US Ski & Snowboard web site.