• The U.S. Freestyle team had 20 World Cup podiums this season.
• Hannah Kearney claimed her fifth career World Cup Title.
• Mac Bohonnon landed his first podium finish in January and was
named FIS Rookie of the Year in aerials.
• New athletes continue to be added to EADP and
regional programs through two east and west Aerial
tryout camps. Growth has been seen in regional
programs and the EADP has maintained team size of
12 athletes mixed gender.
• Young Guns continued to advance in moguls and
aerials. Aerials scheduled its first Young Guns camp
in Lake Placid fall for 2014. Young Guns opportunities
and camps have been well received and has improved
• Development programs in aerials and moguls have
been given several benefits and training opprotunities
that continue to assist athletes, coaches and programs
to advance in cooperation with U.S. Team staff.
• U.S. Team staff, U.S. coaching education department
and Moguls/Aerials working groups are developing
improved content and additional coaches education
• Regional coaches have been invited to join U.S. Team
staff at American World Cups, development program
training opportunities and Young Guns camps to
communicate and share best practices.
• Two athletes were qualified to the cross country D
Team – Patrick Caldwell and Ben Saxton. Both ski for
the Stratton Mountain School T2 Elite Team as well as
attend school part time at Dartmouth College.
• There was record participation in the national U16
camp as well as National Training Group Camps this
• 2014 displayed nearly a 150% increase in the number
of USSA Level 100 Certified Cross Country Coaches.
• A major contributor to the 2013-14 growth in L100
coaches was two Coaches Certification conferences
led by Central Cross Country Ski Association where
they certified 72 coaches.
Cross Country Development