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What is the difference between Freestyle and Freeskiing?

Freestyle will allow an athlete to compete in Aerials, and Moguls. Freeskiing will allow for competition in Slopestyle, Halfpipe, Ski Cross, and Big Air. To compete in both sets of disciplines, you will need to hold both a Freestyle and Freeskiing membership.

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