Dylan Ferguson has proven time and time again that when he’s on, he is unstoppable. After a string of top results, Ferguson has his mind set on the 2014 Olympic games. (Sarah Brunson/U.S. Ski Team)
The 2014 U.S. Freestyle Ski Team’s aerials squad, led by Olympian Emily Cook and World Cup podium finisher Dylan Ferguson, was announced in advance of the first World Cup of the season Dec. 15 in Beida Lake, China.
On Tuesday, the U.S. Olympic Committee threw a party in Times Square to celebrate the 100 day countdown to the Olympic Winter Games in Sochi, Russia. (Photo: Maddie Meyer/Getty Images)
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Dylan Ferguson and Kiley McKinnon soared to fifth place finishes in the Olympic test event at the aerials venue at Rosa Khutor.
New Jersey teen Mike Rossi stunned the crowd with a career first podium in the Visa Freestyle International at Deer Valley Resort.
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Dylan Ferguson and Emily Cook led the U.S. Ski Team with fifths in the aerials season opener in China.
Olympians Emily Cook (Belmont, MA) and Dylan Ferguson (Amesbury, MA) will lead the U.S. Freestyle Aerials team into the 2013 FIS Freestyle World Cup opener Jan. 5 in Changchun, China.
The USA soared to three podiums Saturday at the Columbia Super Continental Cup at the Utah Olympic Park.
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The multi-talented Dylan Ferguson is spearheading the next wave of American aerialists, using hiking to strengthen his legs and improve his technique. The goal is to move beyond a Junior World Championships silver medal and achieve success on the World Cup...and beyond.
Ferguson qualified for an Olympic berth in 2010, but unfortunately, a lot of bad luck and a little appendicitis kept Ferguson from competing in Vancouver. Just weeks later he was healed enough to capture the silver medal at the 2010 U.S. National Championships. He again proved to be a “big show” performer in 2011, winning his career-first national title.
The 2012 season turned out to be Ferguson’s breakout year, as he got the party started on home snow with his career-first World Cup podium at Deer Valley. Two weeks later he was back on the podium with a second World Cup top-three finish.
Ferguson continued to prove he’s a force on the aerials circuit during the 2013 season. He finished the season ranked second in the FIS aerials standings after a second-place finish in Bukovel, Ukraine and seven top-ten finishes throughout the season.
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