Vancouver, BC – The Canadian Freestyle Ski Association is proud to announce a media partnership with CBC Sports for the 2015-16 and the 2016-17 seasons.

The partnership will elevate the profile of Canada’s freestyle ski team through in-depth storytelling across CBC Sports’ multiple platforms such as Road to the Olympic Games, and will include live coverage of multiple freestyle skiing events on CBC-TV and streamed online at and through the CBC Sports app. The coverage will include the annual domestic FIS Freestyle Ski World Cups in Calgary, AB, and Val Saint-Côme, QC, which feature the best mogul skiers from around the world.

“We’re thrilled to partner with CBC Sports and help connect our athletes, their stories and their competitive results to a broader Canadian audience,” commented Bruce Robinson. CEO of the Canadian Freestyle Ski Association. “CBC’s commitment to Canadian High Performance Sport is important for the entire Canadian sport community and provides the broadest coverage for many national team athletes and their sports.”

In total, 12 events will be featured, covering all four disciplines of freestyle skiing in Canada. The first competition to air will be an FIS Freestyle Ski World Cup in Ruka, Finland on December 12, 2015, that will be available live at and via the CBC Sports app starting at 10 a.m. EST / 7 a.m. PST.

“As Canada’s Olympic Network, we’re dedicated to showcasing high-performance sport and the Canadian athletes competing on the national and international level by shining a spotlight on their stories on the journey to the Olympics,” said Greg Stremlaw, executive director, CBC Sports. “By partnering with the CFSA, we’re able to further elevate the profile of their athletes and freestyle skiing in general, through our multi-platform program, Road to the Olympic Games, on TV, online, and through the CBC Sports app.”

Other events will include:

Saturday, January 23 – FIS World Cup in Val Saint-Côme (moguls)

Sunday, January 24 – FIS World Cup in Mammoth, California (slopestyle)

Saturday, January 30 – FIS World Cup in Calgary (moguls)

Thursday, February 4 – FIS World Cup in Deer Valley, Utah (moguls)

Friday, February 5 – FIS World Cup in Deer Valley, Utah (aerials)

Saturday, February 6 – FIS World Cup in Park City, Utah (halfpipe)

Friday, February 12 – FIS World Cup in Boston, Massachusetts (big air)

Saturday, February 13 – FIS World Cup in Moscow, Russia (aerials)

Saturday, February 27– FIS World Cup in the Sierra Nevada, Spain (aerials)

Sunday, February 28 – FIS World Cup in Tazawako, Japan (moguls)

Saturday, March 5 – FIS World Cup in Moscow, Russia (moguls)

A full schedule, including listings, can be accessed here.

The Canadian Freestyle Ski Association is the governing body in Canada for the sport of Freestyle Skiing. With the support of its valued corporate sponsors along with the Government of Canada, Canadian Olympic Committee, and Own the Podium, the CFSA develops Olympic and world champions in all disciplines of the sport. For more information about the CFSA, please visit

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