TSSC Freestyle Moguls Program

Grades 4-12

Program Director: Jeff Yingling – freestyle@tssc.org, 970.729.3108


Telluride Freestyle Team introduces young skiers to the sport of freestyle skiing, competitions, and mountain etiquette, and offers programs for both competitive and non-competitive skiers. We have expanded our program with the addition of SWF Tour, a non-competitive mogul/air and all mountain program. We continually work to expand our traveling USSA competition squad with travel to Intermountain events and Europe next fall. Our goals are to provide the structure to teach safe mogul skiing that allows athletes to reach their potential. TFT emphasizes sportspersonship and respect for self and others. TFT recognizes the importance of balance between athletics, academics, and social activities.


Program pricing is based upon on-snow training days. Travel training and competition coaching have additional expenses to cover coaches housing/travel. Programs 7th grade+ include dryland Oct – December.

All programs include bonus holiday training (check individual discipline calendars for schedules). Travel programs (4th grade+) include cost of coaching for travel training days, competitions*, and for 7th grade+ pre-season dryland training.


Please click the button below for pricing information.
Note: Additional travel fees apply.


All Athletes need to have current USSA Membership, minimum participants level, if your child will be competing they will need a competitors license, and it will be checked.


Step by step guide: How to register for races with USSA

Register for race with USSA (then come back here to sign up with TSSC for coaching/team travel)

Schedules, Competition Results, Event Info, Etc.

USSA Race Announcements: scroll to bottom right and click race name under announcements

Devo (Juniors) Comps

This is a Junior Development Series (13 yrs and younger) and it is the introductory level for freestyle skiers in the Rocky Mountain Division. These are great events for junior competitors—Devo has one jump and no speed points. RQS has two jumps and no speed points. Ski areas such as Purgatory, and Winter Park, among others, will host these events.

These events are tailored more towards experienced competitors traveling to events statewide that eventually lead to divisional championships. In contrast to RQS/ DEVO events, jumps are bigger and there is more emphasis on speed at these competitions. Planning ahead with the program director and head coach is crucial to the success of athletes choosing to compete in this arena.

RMD Champs Comps