High-flyer Kiley McKinnon is a staple on the U.S. Freestyle Ski Team and has proven that her consistent jumping will be a force on the international stage.
The FIS Freestyle aerials World Cup opener concluded with a team event, in which the U.S. placed fifth.
The FIS Freestyle aerials World Cup is returning to Beida Lake, China this weekend after a three-year hiatus.
Aerialist Kiley McKinnon won the female pro/olympic category at the 2016 State of Sport Awards.
Three USSA athletes, Kiley McKinnon, Ted Ligety and Liz Stephen, will be honored at the be honored at the 2016 Governor’s State of Sport Awards in Salt Lake City, Utah.
The top high-flying U.S. aerialists took to Steamboat’s world class aerial hill on Saturday to take their last jumps of the season at the 2016 USANA U.S. Freestyle Championships.
The U.S. Freestyle Ski Team aerials athletes will wrap up the 2015-16 World Cup season this weekend at World Cup finals in Minsk, Belarus.
Mac Bohonnon took his first victory of the season as teammate Jon Lillis finished second, while Madison Olsen was third for the U.S. women Saturday night in Moscow.
Ashley Caldwell landed her ninth World Cup podium, finishing third at the Visa Freestyle International.
Ashley Caldwell earned herself another World Cup podium in Beijing, finishing second in the qualifying round of Sunday’s team event.
Ashley Caldwell laid down a solid triple twisting triple flip to win the FIS Freestyle aerials World Cup opener.
The U.S. Freestyle Aerials Ski Team will kick off its World Cup season this weekend in Beijing’s iconic Bird’s Nest stadium.
Mac Bohonnon and Ashley Caldwell took aerials titles at the USANA U.S. Freestyle Championships in Steamboat Springs.
The U.S. aerial team cleaned house at World Cup finals in Minsk, Belarus, taking home two crystal globes, Rookie of the Year and the Nations Cup.
The U.S. aerials team claimed three podiums at the FIS World Cup in Moscow, Russia.
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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. Winter 2014 was a recovery year for McKinnon after she suffered a shoulder injury halfway through the season. But McKinnon came back in 2015 better than ever, scoring her first world cup podium at the season opener in Beijing. She never looked back, landing on the podium four more times and jumping to a silver medal at the 2015 FIS Freestyle Ski World Championships. McKinnon's consistent jumping allowed her to take home the World Cup overall title at the end of the season. She captured a handful of top-10 finished during teh 2016 season, including another podium in Beijing.
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