A quickly growing Olympic discipline, freestyle skiing consists of aerials and moguls plus the new wave of events; ski cross, half pipe and slopestyle. All are dynamic and spectacular to watch making them firm favourites with the crowds.
Freestyle skiing has only been a medal sport on the Olympic Programme since Albertville 1992, although it made its Olympic debut back in Calgary in 1988 as a demonstration sport. In Albertville moguls became a full medal sport, while aerials had to wait until Lillehammer 1994 for that status. Ski Cross was added to the Programme following Turin 2006 and slopestyle made its debut at Sochi 2014.
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