High-flyer Kiley McKinnon made the jump from the Freestyle C Team to A Team after a season filled with top 10 World Cup results. (Sarah Brunson/U.S. Freestyle)
The USSA TEAM Academy held its first graduation ceremony June 1st in Park City, UT. (Photo: Sarah Brunson/USSA)
Cook Takes Season Finale
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.
Career Bests in Lake Placid
Lillis on Podium
Ali Kariotis took gold in dual moguls to close out a record five-medal effort for the USA at FIS Freestyle Junior World Championships.
Lillis, McKinnon Take Silver and Bronze
The U.S. Freestyle Championships will return to Heavenly’s famous Gunbarrel run.
USANA Freestyle World Cup returns to Lake Placid!
The world's best freestyle skiers return to Deer Valley!
Kiley McKinnon Quick Facts
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Connecticut native Kiley McKinnon has only been competing in aerials for a few years, but she has already racked up an impressive list of accomplishments. After being introduced to aerials by a friend, McKinnon showed early promise. In 2011 she finished fifth in her very first competition, which happened to be U.S. Championships.
Early on in the 2012 season, McKinnon followed up her national’s debut success by landing a victory in just her second NorAm competition ever. Four wins later, McKinnon wrapped up the overall NorAm title in her first year on the tour. A silver medal at the 2012 U.S. Championships and a bronze medal at the FIS Junior World Championships capped her stellar season.
The 2013 season followed suit with five top 10 World Cup results, one of which was a fifth-place finish at the future site of the 2014 Olympic Winter Games in Sochi, Russia. Another silver medal at U.S. Champs capped off her best season yet.
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