After being sidelined by a knee injury, Brad Wilson returned in full force to the World Cup circuit in 2016 (Steven Earl Photography)
U.S. Ski Team moguls athletes are moving on to the second of four North American FIS Freestyle World Cups at Val St. Come.
Morgan Schild and Brad Wilson charged down the Wilderness mogul course at Whiteface Mountain, both landing third place finishes.
The FIS Freestyle moguls World Cup tour will kick off on Dec. 10 in the winter wonderland of Ruka, Finland.
The best regional and national moguls athletes dueled it out on Steamboat Resort’s famed Voodoo mogul course in the last event of the season.
The newly formed ID One Foundation aims to support freestyle moguls athletes and help relieve some of the costs in their sport.
The U.S. mogul skiers closed out the season with strong performances in the dual moguls World Cup finals.
After suffering a knee injury in 2014, Brad Wilson returned to World Cup competition to take the win in moguls in Tazawako.
Patrick Deneen skied into the medal finals, finishing sixth in the Olympic moguls competition Monday night in Rosa Khutor.
Deneen Seals Olympic Spot
The Visa Freestyle International returns to Deer Valley Resort Jan. 9-11 for moguls and aerials under the lights in vital Olympic qualifying competitions.
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Running bumps is in the Wilson family blood, and Bradley couldn’t be happier to be a part of the clan. The younger brother of Olympic bronze medalist Bryon Wilson, Bradley and his big bro got their start building their own moguls courses in their hometown of Butte, Montana.
Wilson made huge strides in the 2011 season, earning a second-place ranking in the NorAm standings with two victories. His progress continued in 2012 with eight World Cup top-10 results, including two fourth-place finishes. Wilson entered the 2012-13 season with a boost of confidence, which lead to four World Cup podiums finishes and his career-first win in Inawashiro, Japan. The 2014 season continued Wilson’s steady rise, as he landed four World Cup podiums, including another win in Inawashiro. The stellar season sealed Wilson's ticket to Sochi, where he finished 20th and capped off the season with a National Championship title at Deer Valley. After spending the majority of the 2015-16 season rehabbing a knee injury, Wilson returned to the World Cup circuit in a dominant fashion, winning the moguls event in Tazawako, Japan. He finished out the season with two more top 10s on the World Cup and a dual moguls national title.
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