Training Day at Deer Valley’s FIS Moguls/Aerials World Cup

PARK CITY, Utah — Tuesday is Training Day on the World Cup circuit, which stops at Deer Valley Resort. A global stop which is two-time Olympian Noe Roth’s “favorite place to compete.” Roth is Switzerland’s Mens Aerials World Cup FIS points leader after their previous stop in Quebec, Canada.

His team trains at the Utah Olympic Park and is lodging at the Olympic Residences. He said that while in Park City, in their limited spare time, they like shopping at the Tanger Outlets. 

Noe Roth, sporting yellow bib #1. and his Swiss teammate. Photo: TownLift // Michele Roepke.

John O’Brian was coaching the Team Wasatch Freestyle athletes at Deer Valley, as he has for decades. Wasatch Freestyle is one of Park City’s Youth Sports Alliance (YSA) Teams. Last weekend, Wasatch brought a large group of skiers to Sun Valley, Idaho, for a competition and returned to Park City with a lot of hard-won hardware.

O’Brian told TownLift, “We’re just so excited to be here again at Deer Valley’s Freestyle World Cup. The people putting on this event have done a magnificent job this year, as they do every year, continuing its status as the best venue on the World Cup Tour.”

Wasatch Freestyle’s seven local moguls athletes competing at their home hill this weekend in the World Cup are Nick Page, Cole McDonald, Charlie Mickel, Dylan Marcellini, Kasey Hogg, and Avatal Carol, who skis for the Austrian Team.

The countries represented at the Deer Valley event include Finland, Canada, Japan, Australia, China, Nederlands, France, Kazakstan, Sweden, Norway, Great Britain, Austria, Korea, Germany, Switzerland, USA, and Ukraine.  

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