Safe Sport

Freestyle BC believes in the power of sport. With the rapid evolution of our sport and the demands on our athletes, we have created this safe space to ensure we provide a safe and healthy environment for our athletes, coaches, and community at large.


Girlstylerz offers athletes who identify as female the opportunity to participate and progress in the sport of freestyle skiing in a fun, safe and positive environment.

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Freestyle BC supports local freestyle ski clubs in the delivery of the CanFreestyle Ski program. The CanFreestyle program provides training and skill progressions for coaches to best teach athletes mogul, halfpipe and slopestyle skiing.

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@skyeclarkee = style⁣
🎥: @_kahnacademy
In light of the recent updates from our Provincial Health Office, we have no choice but to cancel the upcoming Panorama Timber Tour.⁣⁣⁣
As much as this news will bring disappointment to many, we as a community are in full support of these orders and appreciate how fortunate we are to simply be able to play and train in the mountains.⁣⁣⁣
The health orders (Phase 2) will remain in effect until February 5th. At that time we will reevaluate the safety and viability of coming events.⁣⁣⁣
We encourage everyone to stay calm and shred on, exemplify the guidelines set by the PHO, and be kind to one another.
@bcparkandpipe team member @benlynchh going for a quick flight 🚀
Congratulations to BC Team Alumni @jordankober on his 3rd place finish in the Idre Fjäll Dual Moguls World Cup 🥉👏
BC Team Alumni @brenden_k and @jordankober both make it through to finals in Dual Moguls at the second @fisfreestyle World Cup of the season in @idrefjall 💥⁣
Good luck to these two who will be competing tomorrow, let's go boys! 💪⁣
You can tune in to @cbc.sports to watch!⁣
- Finals start at 2:00AM PT.⁣
*Live stream link can be found in our bio!
Afternoon cruise in @whistlerparks with @andr3dreyer 😤
Congratulations to our Executive Director and Paralympic champion @justdueck for being named Canada's chef de mission for the 2022 Beijing Games 🙌🔥 ⁣
"When I got the call with the news that I was named to lead the Canadian Paralympic Team my mind started to dance with possibility," Dueck said. "To be a champion for sport, friend and mentor to the athletes and part of the support team for Canada at the Paralympic Games is an incredible privilege. There is a great sense of honour and duty that comes with this storied role, and I look forward to learning from our history and building on this legacy with our teams."⁣
*Full article link in bio!
Thinking about becoming a coach? Want to advance your coaching education? Keep an eye on our Coach Development page as we schedule our 2020/2021 fall and winter courses.⁣⁣
*Link in bio for more info.
Congratulation to @twalkley1 for being the male recipient of this year's Spirit Award!⁣⁣
The Spirit Award goes to the most sportsmanlike and selfless, male and female athlete in BC.⁣⁣⁣
Our goal is to celebrate those who live, train and play with integrity both on and off the field of play!⁣⁣⁣
Shoutout to @k2.skis for the gifts 🙌⁣
Enjoy the new skis and boots @twalkley1😎
There’s two weeks left to apply for the @sarahburkefdn #upandcomingscholarship!⁣⁣
You could benefit from a $7,500 scholarship if you meet the following criteria:⁣
-Young men and women ages 12-18⁣
-Competing in Winter Sports⁣
-Financial Need⁣
-Amateur Athlete⁣
-Contribution to Community⁣
You have until August 31st to submit your application. ⁣⁣
*Link in our bio for more details.⁣⁣
Daydreaming about slushy laps up on the glacier...💭 ⁣
We miss you @momentumcamps 💚
We would like to congratulate long-time BC Mogul Team Member Jackson Parsons on an outstanding career as he retires from mogul skiing. Jackson has been an integral part of the team for over 3 years and leaves big shoes to fill. His work ethic was unparalleled and he produced the highest training volume on the team during his stint with the program. He was rewarded for his efforts by making huge improvements over the years. Adding a back full & cork 1080 to his bag of tricks were a few of many highlights and it was also a rewarding process for Jackson to elevate his level of consistency in performances. He was a superb teammate with a ton of passion for the sport and even though he's moving on to pursue other endeavors, he still carries that passion and looks forward to staying involved in the Freestyle community for years to come! We can't wait to see what Jackson and his sense of adventure have in store for him! ⁣
📸: @cjhurry1
Koleton Phipps (aka Gritty) is moving on from his competitive career following a 4 year stint with the BC Mogul Team. Looking back on Koleton’s career, there are many amazing benchmarks to be proud of. Such as his 12th place finish in the Calgary Noram, selection to the Canadian World Jr’s team in Sweden 2018, plus many more. Koleton filled a leadership role for our team as a veteran member for many years and pushed himself and his teammates by always being willing to learn and go the extra mile for the sake of progression and improvement. Particularly impressive, was Koleton through his shoulder rehab following an injury in 2019. The process was a massive challenge but Koleton embraced it head on and the diligence he displayed in the path to a full recovery was extremely commendable. We’re going to miss him and the positivity he brought to our team environment but we wish him the best as he moves on from his competitive career. We’re sure his passion for the sport will keep him involved for years to come and can’t wait to see what’s next!⁣
📸: @cjhurry1
Another one of our athletes, Kassidy Todd is retiring from the BC Mogul Team after 5 seasons and with by far and away her best season to date. Qualifying for finals at almost every Noram and several top 10’s. Huge benchmarks for a provincial team athlete - she finished up as one of the top ranked provincial women in the country. Kass faced many hurdles in her journey and her resilience and determination in overcoming those challenges are just a part of what made Kass an outstanding athlete. She was also a great role-model to our younger athletes by constantly displaying a strong work ethic and positive attitude. We’re going to miss Kass a great deal moving forwards but she’s left a lasting impact on her teammates, coaches and the program as a whole. We know she’ll find success in whatever she decides to do following her competitive career and we wish her the best of luck!⁣
📸: @cjhurry1
We are sad to announce that Alex Thucydides will be retiring from the BC Park & Pipe team after two great seasons. Alex has been one of the most dedicated and hardest working athletes on the team, and the coaches have always valued his approach to training. His sense of humour and creativity with skiing helped create a fun environment for the whole team. We wish Alex the best of luck in his first year of university at UBC! We will miss you!

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