Moguls skiing is a spectacular discipline in which skiers demonstrate their technical skills in the moguls and their acrobatic skills by performing more and more impressive jumps.
The events take place on a 26° to 32° slope, 210 to 270 metres long, filled with bumps and punctuated with two air bumps. The event comprises a qualification round and a final round. The score, awarded by the 7 judges, is based on technique (50%), jumps (25%) and speed (25%).
The Dual Moguls event is a head-to-head race, where the competitors set out onto the piste in pairs, each in a separate ‘corridor’. The winner of the heat, based on time and score, qualifies for the next round. The final round decides the winner of this World Cup event. Suspense and surprises are guaranteed!
The future looks promising for Freestyle skiing, now that freestylers show off their talents not only on the snow, but also in the air. This combination means the pursuit of victory is characterized by creativity, aestheticism, combat and, most important of all, pleasure – this is a blend of skiing and acrobatics, precision and freedom. Freestyle represents a different way of expressing yourself with skis on snow. Each generation brings its own innovations; this is a set of disciplines in perpetual evolution.