Thank you Supporters!

Thank you for your support of the 2020 U.S. Freestyle Moguls Ski Team Fundraiser! Because of your generous donation we were able to have a record-breaking year raising over $120,000 for the team, ensuring they are fully funded for the 2020 - 2021 season. Your support is critical to the continued success of these athletes.

Missed out on Moguls and Muffins? Watch it here!

Hosted by freestyle skiing legends and favorites Trace Worthington and Sean Smith, with a special appearance from Olympic champion 🥇 Hannah Kearney. See what summer training is like, catch up with athletes in a socially distanced way, reminisce about the good ol' days of freestyle and see what the future holds!

Why Your Support is Important to the Athletes

"Without your support, we would not be able to do what we do well. After or before training we would have to work insane hours to save up for travel. We wouldn’t be training at our full potential and getting enough recovery to perform the way we need to, so with your help we can relieve a lot of the stress money puts on us and achieve what we are fully capable of."

"Being fully funded is critical for our team to maximize our performances. It takes away the financial strain related to training and competing, which allows us to put our full energy towards winning medals for Team USA. Our team is so grateful to have the opportunity to travel the world and represent the United States knowing that we have the support of our donors as we work to become the best in the world!" -Hannah Soar

The U.S. Ski & Snowboard Foundation is the non-profit fundraising arm of U.S. Ski & Snowboard. Incorporated in 1964 as a 501(c)3, the Foundation raises money to support year-round athlete training, development, competition and educational needs. Donations to the U.S. Ski & Snowboard Foundation are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by the law.

The precision, focus and fearlessness required to be an elite moguls skier requires relentless dedication year-round. It takes physical strength and mental fortitude to push out of a Moguls World Cup start gate to ski through a field of bumps as big as boulders and launch over two airs, to face down the best skiers in the world on some of the meanest courses in professional skiing. The World Cup season sees moguls skiers across three continents over four months- it’s a long, grueling season, but the U.S. Moguls Team wouldn’t have it any other way. They dedicate themselves year-round to their craft. But they can’t do it alone. Without the support of their community and fans like you, chasing their Olympic dreams would not be possible. 

One funded athlete on the U.S. Moguls Team is a $40,000 investment per season. Please consider supporting the U.S. Moguls Team as they prepare for the 2020-2021 competition season.