Montana native and 15 year-old Maggie Voisin burst onto the women’s pro slopestyle scene during the 2013-2014 season with a Dew Tour podium, X Games silver medal, and a spot on the inaugural U.S. Olympic slopestyle team. (Getty Images/Streeter Lecka)
Maggie Voisin (Whitefish, MT) earned her second FIS World Cup podium Friday when she finished third at the final slopestyle event of the 2016 season in Silvaplana.
Maggie Voisin grabbed her first World Cup podium finish with a second-place slopestyle performance Friday.
The first FIS World Cup slopestyle event ever held in South Korea takes place this weekend as a test event for the 2018 Olympic Winter Games.
It was a night to go down in ski history as the world’s best freeskiers threw down on a 140-foot-tall scaffolding jump at the Polartec Big Air at Fenway on Friday night.
Maggie Voisin (Whitefish, MT), in her first competition in more than a year, finished just off the podium in fourth in the X Games slopestyle Friday.
Young Maggie Voisin suffered an ankle injury in training Saturday that will keep her out of Tuesday's medals round.
Olympian Nick Goepper, seen here last year a X Games Aspen, became the first man since 2004 to win back-to-back slopestyle skiing gold medals at X Games on Sunday, just two weeks from the sport's Olympic debut in Sochi, Russia.
Additional athletes were nominated today to the first-ever U.S. Freeskiing Olympic team.
Dara Howell of Canada took third, Julia Krass first and Keri Herman second at the Visa U.S. Freeskiing Grand Prix Saturday at Park City, where Herman clinched her spot on the first-ever U.S. Olympic team for slopestyle skiing.
U.S. Freeskiing double-threat Devin Logan mathematically clinched her spot on the first-ever U.S. Olympic team for slopestyle skiing Friday with her impressive victory at the Visa U.S. Freeskiing Grand Prix.
The nation’s leading freeskiing athletes continue the battle for Olympic team spots Jan. 8-12 when the Visa U.S. Freeskiing Grand Prix presented by The North Face heads to Breckenridge for the third of five Olympic qualification events.
Rookie Darian Stevens took second and the top U.S. spot at Saturday’s slopestyle final while Grete Eliassen came in third at the Visa U.S. Freeskiing Grand Prix presented by The North Face. Dara Howell of Canada won the women’s FIS World Cup event.
U.S. athletes converge at the second of five Olympic qualification events and the opening of the Visa U.S. Freeskiing Grand Prix Series Presented by The North Face, part of the Sprint U.S. Grand Prix tour, at Copper Mountain Dec. 20-21.
Three-time X Games medalist Devin Logan sealed the victory Saturday in the first-ever slopestyle skiing Olympic qualifier at the Dew Tour iON Mountain Championships.
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Montana native and 15-year-old Maggie Voisin burst onto the women’s pro slopestyle scene during the 2013-2014 season with a Dew Tour podium, X Games silver medal and a spot on the inaugural U.S. Olympic slopestyle team.
Known for her smooth style and unique grabs, Voisin celebrated her 15th birthday on the podium at the Breckenridge Dew Tour, the first of five Olympic qualification events. Her consistent performance at the remainder of the Grand Prix events earned her a coaches’ discretionary nomination to the Olympic team. But before heading to Sochi, Voisin dropped into Aspen, CO and bagged a silver medal in women’s slopestyle at her first X Games appearance. A week later Voisin went to Russia as the youngest U.S. Olympian since 1972, but unfortunately, she suffered a broken ankle during a practice session and was unable to compete. Voisin was proud to have represented her country at the Olympics and closed out the 2014 season in third place on the AFP slopestyle world ranking list.
Voisin debuted on the freeskiing scene during the 2012-2013 season with wins at the U.S. Revolution Tour and a win at the WSI/AFP World Championship event in Whistler against the sport’s top pros. With Voisin’s varied bag of tricks, she is likely to be showing the competition a thing or two in the years to come.
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