A membership license enables you to be a part of a world-class sport system, which has proven success in safely developing talented athletes, coaches, judges and officials. Membership fees support Freestyle Canada and its T/PSOs in developing and managing Freestyle programs and events.
2016-17 membership and insurance are valid until June 30, 2017.
**2017-18 REGISTRATION IS OPEN**
IMPORTANT: 2017-18 Sport Accident Insurance is valid effective July 1, 2017.
To REGISTER or RENEW your membership, select your province or territory from the options below.
All athletes are REQUIRED to have a current and an applicable license when participating in a Freestyle Canada sanctioned club and in Freestyle Canada sanctioned events. Athlete licenses can be upgraded at any time.
Membership licenses are valid from June 15 to June 30 of each year.
Can Free 1 &2
For entry-level athlete training and for athletes who plan to participate in Jumps & Bumps and Freestylerz programs and inter/intra club competitions.
Can Free 3
For athletes who plan to compete in provincial or national level competitions (e.g., Canadian Open Tour, Jr. Nationals).
Can Free 4 FIS
For athletes who plan to compete in FIS sanctioned events. It includes a FIS license and mandatory Out-of-country Accident Insurance.
Temporary athlete license for special introduction to freestyle skiing. This license is only available for approved Try Freestyle events/programs.
A FIS license is included with the Can Free 4 license. It cannot be purchased separately. To activate your FIS license, you must :
Once steps 1 and 2 have been completed please allow 5-10 business days for your FIS license to be activated. Once activated, athletes can find their FIS # on the FIS website.
Required for all coaches. Coaches must also have current Freestyle Canada Coaching Certifications and a NCCP number.
Coaches can find their NCCP number on the Coaching Association of Canada’s website.
All judges/major officials that are working with a national level competition (e.g., Sr. Nationals, Jr. Nationals, Canadian Open Tour, etc,.) or provincial level competition are required to have a Judge/Major Official license.
License includes access to the Association of Freeskiing professionals’ (AFP) online resources and judging exams.
If you would like access to AFP’s online judging resources, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Required for Club Admins/Registrars, the Board of Directors of a T/PSO or a Club and Parent Volunteers or Level 1 Officials. Includes access to Snowsports Officials Level 1 online training.
Head Coaches do not require this license, if in addition to their coaching duties they do athlete membership checks using the National Database.