FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

WHERE DO I START?

Join a US Ski and Snowboard Competition Club to get the best professional programming, coaching and logistical support.

HOW DO I REGISTER FOR A US SKI AND SNOWBOARD MEMBERSHIP?

Register for a US Ski and Snowboard Membership. All athletes competing in the EQS "B" Series and the ECS "A' Series must have a competitor's license. A "general" membership is not valid for Eastern Freestyle competitions.

WHEN DO I NEED A FIS LICENSE?

A FIS license is required to compete at FIS events, including the FIS Nor Am Tour, US Championships and Junior Worlds. FIS Licenses can be secured directly with US Ski and Snowboard Membership.

WHAT IS THE COMPETITION PIPELINE?

The Eastern Freestyle Division of US Ski and Snowboard offers aerial, mogul and slopestyle competitions for new and young competitors in the EQS "B" Series. These events are scored to the Eastern Points List and provide opportunities for the athletes to qualify to State Champs, and Young Gun and Junior Championships. The ECS "A' Series provides competition for skilled and older athletes to qualify to Junior Nationals, US Championships and FIS events.

HOW DO I REGISTER FOR AN EASTERN FREESTYLE EVENT?

Registration for Eastern Freestyle events is outsourced to HF Tech, Inc. 

HOW DO I REQUEST A REGISTRATION REFUND?

Registration for Eastern Freestyle events is outsourced to HF Tech, Inc. 

HOW DO I DETERMINE AN ATHLETE'S RANKING?

Athlete Ranking – EQS "B" competitions are scored to the Eastern Points List (EPL) and the ECS "A' Series are scored to the National Points List, FSP.

HOW DO I KNOW IF MY CHILD HAS QUALIFIED FOR AN INVITATIONAL EVENT?

Invitations for events are published via the Eastern Weekly Newsletter. Criteria for invitational events is posted in the US Freestyle/Freeski Competition Guide and the Eastern Addendum Rules, depending on the event.