PFSA is a non profit (501(3)c) youth sports organization dedicated to the coaching and training of freestyle, freeriding and snowboarding athletes. We take great pride in developing strong well rounded skiers and boarders in the safest possible training e
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NOTE: If you encounter any issue during the registration process, or have a question about PA Freestyle, please feel free to contact Reed Parian at
, or 412-812-6117.
PA Freestyle (PFSA) is only accepting online payments at this time.
Additional information relating to the competitive programs can be found on the www.USSA.org and www.EasternFreestyle.org web sites for USSA Skiers, and www.USASA.org for Snowboarders.
Only Parent, Legal guardians or persons 18 years of age or older can enter information for this program or fill out the required forms. If you are not at least 18 years old and you wish to register, you will need to have parents or guardians fill in the following forms.
The Young Gun developmental program is designed for less experienced skiers, ages 8 and above, as of December 1 of the current season, with at least 2 to 3 years of skiing experience, and for the athlete’s personal safety, be able to demonstrate to coaching staff that they can traverse the entire mountain, including all slopes, trails, terrain parks and lifts, comfortably and safely and without assistance, regardless of snow or weather conditions with skis and poles.
All Skiers are required to be USSA members (www.USSA.org) allowing for training and competition in USSA EQS or ECS Mogul, Slopestyle, Aerial events,
All Snowboarders are required to be USASA members (www.USASA.org) so as to train for and compete in that program's organized events (Boarder Cross, Slopestyle, Pipe, etc.).
All atheltes are required to be USSA members to ensure they are covered by the USSA's insurance.
Athletes can register for both USSA and USASA, if they wish. Contact the program's Program Directors, the Board of Directors, or one of the other coaches for more details as to the right fit for your athlete(s).
All athletes MUST wear a certified snowsport helmet, that is also approved by USSA.
The focus of the program is on improvement through increased skiing time as well as using an introduction Freestyle / Freeride while reinforcing skills and to have fun. Our desire is to create a safe experience from which each athlete will develop an everlasting love of the sport whether or not they choose to pursue competitive skiing / boarding. This is not a ski school program, but one for experienced skiers / boarders. If you have any questions as to this program please contact Reed Parian at 412-812-6117 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Each PFSA athlete is required to take part in a minimum of one competitive event / venue (USSA and / or USASA) during the season. Events / venues are held either at the local resort or within the competitive region with the intent to advance, over time, to higher level competition.
Athletes are required to be involved and part of the team, including taking part in weekend and holiday camp training as often as possible (weather and health dependent).
Photographs and videos will be taken during training of athletes for review and general distribution, including the web site and social media. If skiers / boarders or parents do not wish to have these materials posted online contact PAFreestyle Staff and note that. Postings in media from events is not under PFSA's control.
It is requested that parents volunteer at least one of the team’s events (example: During Mogul Smack Down at the end of January or beginning of February each year, or USSA / Easternfreesytle States).