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A History of Park City Freestylers

How much of an impact has the growth of freestyle facilities in Park City had on the U.S. Olympic Team since moguls debuted in 1992 and aerials became an Olympic event in 1994? Here’s a look at Park City-based freestyle skiers who have competed at recent Olympics:

2006

Eric Bergoust (aerials)
Emily Cook (aerials)
Jana Lindsey (aerials)
Joe Pack (aerials)
Jeret Peterson (aerials)
Michelle Roark (moguls)
Ryan St. Onge (aerials)
Jillian Vogtli (moguls)

2002

Eric Bergoust (aerials)
Emily Cook (aerials)
Brian Currutt (aerials)
Tracy Evans (aerials)
Hannah Hardaway (moguls)
Joe Pack (aerials — silver medalist)
Jeret Peterson (aerials)
Jillian Vogtli (moguls)

1998

Eric Bergoust (aerials — gold medalist)
Tracy Evans (aerials)
Mariano Ferrario (aerials)
Jim Moran (moguls)
Nikki Stone (aerials — gold medalist)

1994 (the year aerials became an Olympic sport)

Eric Bergoust (aerials)
Tracy Evans (aerials)
Craig Rodman (moguls)
Sean Smith (moguls)
Nikki Stone (aerials)
Trace Worthington (aerials, moguls)

1992 (the year freestyle officially debuts at the Olympics, moguls become an Olympic sport, aerials and ballet are “demonstration” events)

Craig Rodman (moguls)
Trace Worthington (aerials, ballet)

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