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Ski Cross, Moguls, Half Pipe, Aerials and Slope Style: Freestyle Skiing is a very young and spectacular sport that includes all those events. It has recently gained more attention from the public and it has experienced phenomenal growth also in the international student sports community.

EVENTS FISU World University Games

Torino (ITA)
13-23 Jan 2025
Lake Placid (USA)
12-22 Jan 2023
Lucerne (SUI)
Krasnoyarsk (RUS)
2-12 Mar 2019
Almaty (KAZ)
29 Jan - 8 Feb 2017
Granada (ESP)
4-14 Feb 2015

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Freestyle & Freeski

FISU Technical Committee Chair

Magnus FERRY (SWE)

FISU Regulations

You can download the latest version here.

Freestyle & Freeski Competitions

Until today the Freestyle & Freeski competitions have been organised for men and women as follows: Ski Cross, Aerials Individual, Aerials Team Events and Moguls – Individual event. In 2003 Ski Cross was organised by FISU for the first time and it was included into the FISU Regulations. The running of competitions is always supervised by the FISU Technical Committee Chair for Freestyle & Freeski and the FIS Technical Delegate, who chair all technical meetings concerned. All slopes (venues) must follow the requirements of the International Ski Federation (FIS) and be approved by FIS to host international events.


History of Freestyle & Freeski in FISU

This exciting snow sport was partly (Ski Cross) organised for the first time in the history of the Winter Universiade during the 22nd edition in Innsbruck, Austria, where it was a great success in both men’s and women’s categories.Freestyle & Freeski has been in the Winter Universiade optional programme since 2005 and became compulsory since 2021.


Freestyle & Freeski, Mixed Team Aerials Super Final from Almaty 2017 Winter Universiade


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