Created: 27 October 2021


This multi event series is hosted in collaboration between USASA and US Ski & Snowboard event departments along with support from regional clubs and event organizers. It is designed to be the entry level into FIS competitions for Freeski and Snowboard and serves as the stepping stone to the Rev Tour/Nor-am, World Cup, X games and Olympic qualification. Hosted by USASA these events showcase the premier USASA Series and USASA director led event teams, while providing a regional event experience a notch above the USASA regional series events. USASA Regional and National ranking as well as FIS points will be awarded.


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USASA and FIS Memberships are Required

Domestic competitors are required to have current USASA, US Ski & Snowboard, and FIS membership in order to register for a competition.  You will not be able to register online if you do not already have an active membership for each - USASA, US Ski & Snowboard, and FIS. The minimum age for entry into the contest is 13 for freestyle events. All adult members (18 and over) must clear a background screen and pass Safe Sport education protocols prior to registering for the event through US Ski& Snowboard. The competition will be scored as an open age group for FIS results and in individual age classes for the USASA results awarding both regional and national points.  



  • Will be given up to two weeks prior to the first TCM meeting, no other refunds will be issued after this time. 


Points and Ranking

  • Athletes will receive USASA Regional and National Ranking points in your age group and FIS points. The competitions will be scored on an open range and then age group points will be assigned for the USASA result. The FIS result will not reflect age groups. All results will also be scored on the WSPL.

FIS rules will be followed and USASA rules respected. Final formats will be determined at the TC meeting prior to the competition. All athletes must be represented at the TC meeting. Coaches are required to have a membership with both USASA and US Ski and Snowboard



  1. Who should sign up for these competitions? The competitions are open to those with both USASA, and US Ski & Snowboard memberships and are holding a valid FIS license who are 13 by December 31, 2023 for freestyle events. However, athletes should consider if they are ready to step up to an open style format with bigger features and a higher level of difficulty. Practices are typically shorter and the courses are more demanding.
  2. How do I get into the Futures Tour? There are two ways into the Futures Tour. Compete in USASA National Championships to earn a PQ position into the Futures tour, or you can enter or through the Open registration period. (Click here for PQ criteria)
  3. How do I qualify for the USASA National Championships. It all begins with your regional USASA events. You can win the series or gain entry via the National Ranking. Futures competitions serve as both USASA qualifiers and also allow athletes to stay in their age group and begin to work on their FIS point profile and try to earn an entry to Rev Tour.
  4. Do I have to move to Open Class? No, you do not, you should stay in USASA age class and compete in age class at National Championships. These Futures Tour competitions have no bearing on movement up to Open class and will help you earn FIS points to move onto bigger competitions in the future. If you want to compete in the USASA Open class at National Championships you will have to choose either age class or Open, but may not do both. 
  5. Where do I register? You register at and find the competition in each series where they are represented. You must sign up for each competition separately. 
  6. What if I am an international competitor? Registration will be sent through your NGB by submitting the official inscription to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. no less than 2 weeks prior to the competition. Additionally, you must pay a one time international admin fee of $15 and each competitor must register for each competition in advance online.
  7. How do I get into the Rev Tour?  You can find the full criteria here:


Futures Tour events are operated independently by USASA Regional Series and sanctioned by USASA and FIS in coordination with US Ski & Snowboard.


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