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June 30, 2021

Prospect Program

The Prospect Program provides extra training opportunities and support for high-performing club athletes across BC, to help them achieve their optimal potential both as an athlete and human being. This […]

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June 21, 2021

Fernie Freestlyle

Freestyle BC is excited to welcome Fernie Freestyle Club to our ecosystem!  After months of discussion and review with their club and Freestyle Alberta, it became evident that this would […]

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June 4, 2021

BC Park & Pipe Team Announcement 2021/2022

The BC Park and Pipe team are pleased to welcome back 10 returning athletes. Following a year of technical training and skill development, the team is excited to move forward […]

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Coach Development ⭕️ Air 1 
📍Whistler, July 17 -18th🗓
Facilitated by the always amazing @kalissalolos 🙌

Link in our bio to sign up! 

The goal of the Air 1 course is to coach acrobatic foundation skills on the Trampoline. Air 1 teaches basic trampoline skill mechanics, how to create flip and spin rotation, how to land safely, and overall develop great foundation skills that will be the building blocks of Air 2 skills.

***Participants must have a current Freestyle Canada membership to register***
Perfect way to beat the heat 🌞🎿@freestylecanadagirlstylerz Water ramp action is back in Whistler Aug 16-22! 🙌 Perfect place to dial in those tricks for next season ✌️😎
Link for sign-up in bio.

⛷: @maiaschwinghammer 
📸: @stillsbyseb
After two great seasons on the BC park and pipe team, @coleisfan will be retiring from competitive skiing. Cole started off skiing with the Big White Freestyle Club before transitioning to the BC Development program and eventually earned himself a spot on the provincial program.

Cole is known for his positive attitude, work ethic, and passion for skiing. More often than not, Cole was the first athlete to arrive for training and the last to leave. Cole has a very creative approach to skiing, pushing himself and his teammates to the next level. Cole’s most memorable competition was at the 2019 Canada Cup slopestyle event in the Yukon, when he put down arguably the most technical rail section of the entire competition and earned himself a bronze medal.

We wish Cole the best as he explores new avenues within skiing, and we look forward to following his journey, as we know he will continue to bring his creative edge to the sport. 🙌
🚨 Registration for ramp camp is now OPEN!! Calling all BC Girlstylerz 📞😎 Looking to improve your jumping skills this summer? Here is your chance to work with Olympian @kristi_richards 🙌 link in bio for more details and to register.




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