Congratulations to all Competitors


What a great weekend of Slopestyle competitions at Copper Mountain for freeskiers and snowboarders.  Awesome conditions on Saturday for the Freekskiers and bit wintery and challenging for the Snowboarders on Sunday.

We'd like to congratulate the competitors listed below who earned US Snowboarding and US Freeskiing Revolution Tour slopestyle invitations for their performances this weekend.  You can click on the links below for a complete list of this weekends results!

Freeskier Rev Tour Qualifiers      Snowboard Rev Tour Qualifiers 
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  • Open Class Women
    • Svea Irving
  • Open Class Men
    • Noah Colvin 
  • Junior Women
    • Josie Seibel
  • Junior Men
    • Jack Price 
  • Youth Women
    • Lauren Meredith 
  • Youth Men
    • Hunter Carey
  • Open Class Women
    • Ellie Orr 
    • Micaela Lambeth
  • Open Class Men
    • Dylan Okurowski
    • Lucas Foster
  • Youth Women
    • Danielle Weiler
  • Youth Men
    • Jack Coyne

We'll be back at Copper Mountain on Saturday January 21st for a regional USASA Halfpipe contest for both Snowboard and Freeskier's, Open to ALL competitors, all age classes that will also serve as a Rev Tour Halfpipe Qualifier event for the age classes shown above.

We'll have our 2nd USASA Slopestyle contest of the season for Snowboarders only on Sunday January 22nd.

See you there and thank you all for your continued support.  We're great because of all of YOU!



Copper Mountain Slopestyle

USASA Genuine Competitor


Check in & bib pick up is at the Woodward Cage in Mountain Plaza at Copper Mountain. We will be using the same bibs (black & red) that we used last season, cost is $25.00, cash or card please if you have lost yours. It is the athlete’s responsibility to confirm that your bib # is correct on the start list before heading up to the venue. If it is not please check in at the registration desk and advise us of the change.

This weekend’s competitions will be in the Central Park jump line accessible from the Center Village via the American Flyer chair lift then quick laps via the Union Creek Quad chair lift in the West Village. Don't forget that you can follow all of the action live via the mobile app available at m.rockymountainseries.com

Discounted Lift Tickets @ Guest Services Only

Saturday January 7th thru Sunday January 8th

  • Competitors, coaches, family & friends
    • $45 - Competitors w/bib
    • $65 - Family & Friends w/bib
    • Coaches Comp’d w/current seasons credential *Current Season Membership Card Required

Tentative Schedule (subject to change)

Saturday January 7th, 2017 – Freeskier Slopestyle (Central Park)
Sunday January 8th, 2017 – Snowboard Slopestyle (Central Park)

  • 7:30 am - Check in (Woodward Cage / Mountain Plaza)
  • 8:30 am - Check in Closed
  • 8:45 am - Practice (all age classes)
  • 9:45 am - Course Closed
  • 10:00 am - Riders meeting (Top of Venue)
  • 10:15 am - Competition Start (Best of 2 runs)
  • 3:30 pm - Awards - (Burning Stones Plaza / Medals and Swag Drawing)

New Years Eve Rail Jam

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We're ready to rock!  Its going to be a fun filled evening for sure, with a new venue being built by the Copper Mountain Park Crew for 106 competitors!  Click on the link below to take a look at the start list.  Be sure to check the start list posted at the Woodward Cage to insure that your bib # is correct.  You will not be allowed on the course without the proper bib, which is the same bib we used all last season (black & red).  If you've lost yours or don't have one come inside to the check in desk and get one.  The cost for the bib is $25.00, cash or card please.

Startlist - Click HERE

The schedule and startlists are also posted at m.rockymountainseries.com too.  Since this is a rail jam, results won't be posted to the live scoring menu until after the contest is over.

CASH prize purse of $500 awarded to competitors for the top 6 tricks thrown during the entire competition (all age classes eligible).

Prize Purse
Place Award
1st $150
2nd $120
3rd $90
4th $65
5th $45
6th $30

Tentative Schedule (subject to change)

Saturday December 31st, 2016 – Rail Jam
  • 3:00 pm - Check in (Woodward Cage - Mtn Plaza)
    • 4:30 pm - Check in Closed
  • 4:45 pm - Practice
    • 5:45 pm - Course Closed
  • 6:00 pm - Torchlight Parade
  • 6:15 pm - Competitors Meeting - Bottom of Venue
  • 6:30 pm - Competition Start
  • 10:00 pm - Fireworks
  • 10:15 pm - Awards (Burning Stones Plaza)

A Big Week in the Big Leagues


Most definitely a big week in the big leagues this past week for Rocky Mountain Series Alum's and current season competitors.  

RMS Alumni scored two first place Boardercross finishes at the World Cup in Montafon, Austria with Belle Brockhoff & Hagen Kearney atop the podium in the #1 spots.  Hagen's hard work and dedication paid off with his first World Cup victory after 28 starts over the last 5 years!  

Back in North America, Freeskier Aaron Blunck took 3rd in Saturday mornings Toyota Grand Prix World Cup Halfpipe Finals at Copper Mountain. After falls in his first two runs Aaron said to himself "hey, just chill out, go out and ski and have fun" which definitely showed the judges that he was worthy of a 3rd place finish. Just out of reach of a podium finish in 5th place was Birk Irving with a solid first time finals appearance in a World Cup.  Right next door to the halfpipe on Saturday afternoon, the Toyota Grand Prix World Cup Big Air Finals were held.  Three RMS alum qualified into the top 10 and battled for podium spots with Nik Baden ending up in 7th, Eric Willet 8th and Chris Corning in 10th.  

And finally in Buck Hill, MN, RMS / SSWSC riders Maggie Rose Carrigan, Billy Winters & Ryan Rosencranz dominated the Race to the Cup Slalom Alpine races with Maggie scoring a trifecta of wins, Billy with a 2nd and two 3rds and Ryan with a 2nd and a 3rd.

The 2016/17 Rocky Mountain Series is well underway with a Rail Jam coming up on New Years eve to close out 2016 and will open 2017 with Snowboard & Freeskier Slopestyle contests at Copper Mountain. Both of these events are Rev Tour Qualifiers, both will be dual sancitoned as well with the snowboard contest a WSF Regional and the freeskier an AFP Bronze level event.

Click on the links below for a complete list of results from around the globe:


Awesome Weekend at Howelsen Hill

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Winter conditions were the order of the day this past weekend at Howelsen Hill in Steamboat!  Big thanks to Tori, Thedo, Dave, Laura and the entire SSSWC staff for supporting Alpine Snowboard Racing.

Click Here to view Giant Slalom and Slalom Results.

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