Each Module corresponds to jumps size and competition standard. Here are the steps to reach Olympic level.
Road to the Olypmics
We have taken a building block approach by breaking down the tricks required to reach the top of this sport. Four modules, four rotations and a wealth of inversions. By aligning the trick standards with jump size and competitions, our athletes know exactly what is expected of them. These building blocks ensure that we are ready to perform on the Olympic stage.
Why is it blurred out? It’s a risky sport! We need to manage our athletes progress to minimise the risk of injury. The last thing we want is for someone to jump into Module 4 and try a triple cork!! Remember, every new trick is just an extra 180.
How It Works!
4 Modules split by jump size 4 Rotations + inverts | Competition expectation aligns with jump size and trick level | Completing a percentage of tricks unlocks the next module.
Along the top are the competition expectations which align with jump sizes and tricks. For example, athletes in Module 1 may be entered into the Sick Trick Tour, Swiss Freeski Tour and QParks events.
The goal of our pathway is to prepare our athletes for the future of freeskiing. With clear and manageable goals, each 180 brings you closer to that Olympic level trick. By restricting the rotations that we demand, we ensure that our athletes can spin all four ways.
Our expectations in Module 4 will grow as the sport does. To keep it simple we have only included tricks that have been landed in competition.
Watch some freeski action below!
Daniel Camish Season Edit 2018
Cameron Kirby Season Edit 2018