Snowboarding

Revolution Tour

Welcome to the 2018 Toyota U.S. Revolution Tour

The Toyota U.S. Revolution Tour has proved to be a progressive venue for today’s top junior riders to take the competitive stage in halfpipe, slopestyle, snowboardcross and big air. The tour is designed to serve as a stepping-stone for athletes making the transition from competing at the grassroots level to the elite level. The series is focused towards riders 13-19 years old. Top winners may earn an invite to be part of the Toyota U.S. Grand Prix, Junior Worlds, USASA Nationals, and participate in Project Gold camps. Competition format may vary slightly at each stop, but athletes will always compete as an open class.


General Event Info

Details coming soon......


Registration Info

The 2018 Toyota U.S. Revolution Tour has implemented an all pre-qualified athlete field for all Halfpipe and Slopestyle events. Athletes will qualify for the Tour through a variety of criteria (see link below) including their competition results from the prior season as well as have the opportunity to qualify in-season through selected regional USASA events. For more information on the 2018 pre-qualified criteria follow the link below. The Big Air and Snowboardcross events will remain as an open registration format. Registration details and deadlines can be found below. 

Sanctioning/ Membership Information

All Halfpipe and Slopestyle athletes must have both a current US Ski And Snowboard Competitor Membership and a FIS license; memberships must be current in order to register. Please Note: The deadline to register for US Ski and snowboard memberships is October 15th, afer that date a late fee will be charged.

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Please contact US Ski and Snowboard Member Services at membership@ussa.org or 435.647.2666 with questions.

Refund Policy

Entry Fees will be refunded ONLY to athletes with a valid medical reason under the following provisions. Entry fees will be refunded if requested 2 weeks prior to the first day of event onsite registration. Participants must have a valid medical reason with documentation and each case will be reviewed. A $10 service charge will be deducted for all refunds.

Mandatory rider meeting notice: ** All athletes must be represented at the rider meeting. Rider meetings are typically held the night before each event. Athletes may be removed from the start list if they are not represented at the rider meeting. Check event schedules for times and locations.


Pre-Qualified Athlete Registration

2018 Snowboard pre-qualified criteria

2018 Snowboard pre-qualified athletes

Pre-qualified registration deadlines and details coming soon...

 

To ensure your registration and entry into the Toyota U.S. Revolution Tour Snowboard competitions, you must be registered for all events you plan to compete in no later than the above deadline. After that date any unconfirmed spots are considered forfeited. 

Open Registration

Big Air- coming soon

Snowboardcross- coming soon


Alternate List

To ensure the Toyota US Revolution Tour is delivering high quality and competitive events the alternate list based on the World Snowboard Points List (WSPL). If there are any additional spots available in Halfpipe and Slopestyle after pre-qualified registration they will be allocated through the alternate list. All non-prequalified athletes that are requesting entry must register for the online alternate list (link below) and will be placed according to their ranking on the WSPL 4 weeks prior to each event. Alternate list spots will be allocated accordingly 2 weeks prior to each event. Please review the deadlines below.

Alternate list closes 2 weeks prior to each event. Registration deadlines below.

The current WSPL on the dates below will be used to allocate spots. 

Copper Mountain, CO Waterville Valley, NH Mammoth Mountain, CA Seven Springs, PA
TBD TBD TBD TBD

 


International Athlete Registration

All international team entries must be submitted by their respective National Snowboard Governing Body. Preliminary entry and announcement of team size is due 30 days prior, final entry is due no later than two weeks prior to each event. 

Event Deadlines 30 days out (preliminary deadline) 2 weeks out (final deadline)
Copper Mountain, CO TBD TBD
Waterville Valley, NH TBD TBD
Mammoth Mountain, CA TBD TBD
Seven Springs, PA TBD TBD

Entries must be submitted with a FIS Inscription Form (ICR.ART.215), and must be within event entry quotas. The FIS inscription form can be found here.

*all entry submissions can be sent to the Event Registration Program Manager 

FIS Quota Description:

Halfpipe International Quota

Each Nation will receive a max of 5 spots regrdless of gender. 

Slopestlye International Quota

Each Nation will receive 1 spot per gender per discipline with any remaining spots (up to 25 counting both genders) given to competitors according to their standing on the current points list (FIS or WSPL points list - whichever is higher). Gender allocation of any remaining spots will be based on a ratio of 60% for men and 40% for ladies. All remaining spots, after the above gender allocation formula, not taken by one gender can be transferred to the other gender. Maximum quota (of International Spots) per Nation is 5 regardless of rank.


In-Season Regional Qualifiers

Athletes have the opportunity to qualify for the remaining 2018 Rev Tour Season through the USASA Regional Rev Tour Event Qualifiers.

The top 2 finishers from Open class and the top 1 finisher from Youth class will receive a spot

 

*Spots will be handed down if athlete is already qualified from another criteria or is held by an International athlete

 


 

2017 Toyota US Revolution Tour Overall Standings

Update 4/27/17

Halfpipe: Men Women

Slopestyle: Men Women

 

 

Event Schedule

Event Schedules