The Canada Cup Series presented by Toyo Tires is Freestyle Canada’s national competition circuit. It was created to support a competitive and sustainable domestic tour where freestyle athletes from across Canada can develop their competitive skills in all of our disciplines; Moguls, Aerials Slopestyle and Halfpipe. It is designed primarily for athletes in the Train-to-Train (T2T) and Learn & Train to Compete (L2C/T2C) in the Can Freestyle Long Term Athlete Development system.
As an added incentive for Canada Cup competitors, Freestyle Canada and Toyo Tires is excited to launch the Toyo Cup, a special competition that will unite freestyle skiers of all disciplines and skill levels.
Freestyle Canada has developed a specific ranking system for the Toyo Cup, which will determine the most consistent performer overall, across all of our disciplines, in the Canada Cup Series (see ranking criteria). At the end of the season, the Toyo Cup, along with a $5000 education bursary will be awarded to the top male and female freestyle skier that finish with the highest point totals overall.
Toyo Cup prizes for 2018-2019:
The bursaries will be split between the top 3 accordingly: $2500, $1500, $1000 for 1st, 2nd and 3rd
|Nov. 30-Dec. 2||Canada Cup Series Pres. Toyo Tires||Whitehorse, YK, CAN||Slopestyle, Big Air||BA ResultsSS Results|
|Dec. 15-16||Canada Cup Series Pres. Toyo Tires||Apex, BC, CAN||Moguls x 2||Invite|
|Jan. 19-20||Canada Cup Series Pres. Toyo Tires||Val Saint-Come, QC, CAN||Moguls, Dual Moguls|
|Jan. 26-27||Canada Cup Series Pres. Toyo Tires||Silver Star, BC, CAN||Slopestyle||Invite|
|Mar. 9-10||Canada Cup Series Pres. Toyo Tires||Fernie, AB, CAN||Moguls, Dual Moguls|
|Mar. 16-17||Canada Cup Series Pres. Toyo Tires||Mount St. Louis Moonstone, ON, CAN||Slopestyle, Halfpipe|
|Mar. 31||Step Up Tour||Le Relais, QC, CAN||Slopestyle|