Flying Aces return to Utah Olympic Park
"With the success of the new winter sports at the Sochi games, it will be exciting to have slopestyle skiers and snowboarders training at the UOP and performing in our shows along with our great freestyle aerial skiers," said Fuzz Feddersen. "Getting a chance to see these athletes perform and meet them after a show is very unique, you don’t have a chance to meet future Olympians and get a signed poster on a regular basis at any venue in the world."
Tickets for the show are $10 for adults and $5 for youths (ages three to 12) and seniors (ages 65 and over). Children age two and under are free. Tickets can be purchased day of show at the Guest Services Desk in the Quinney Welcome Center and online at UtahOlympicLegacy.com.
For those seeking a hands-on experience freestyle skiing into the Olympic Aerials Pool, Utah Olympic Park offers two sessions: Freestyle Intro Clinics for $100 per person and Freestyle Signature Sessions for $175 per person.
In just two hours, Freestyle Intro Clinic participants of all ages with no prior ski experience can learn to freestyle jump into the Park’s unique pool. Intro Clinics focus on basic freestyle skills and practice time on dry ramps, leading up to the opportunity to execute tricks off the ‘mini ramp’ into the Aerials Pool.
Freestyle Signature Sessions offers an elevated experience featuring three-hours of coaching skiers and snowboarders. Signature Sessions focus on an individual’s skill level and include training on trampolines, progressing to the ‘mini ramp,’ and culminating with an opportunity to advance to the ‘single ramp’ used as part of the Flying Ace All-Stars Sunday Show.
Reservations for both Intro Clinics and Signature Sessions are required and can be made by calling 435-658-4206. Program details are available online at UtahOlympicLegacy.com.
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