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Calendar of Events:

MK Freestyle Sessions - Held multiple times a term on a Thursday or Friday evening, these are a snip at £25 (the session, transport and ski hire included). Non-members welcome too (but cost is £36) and if you can drive people to the session hit us up, you can get it for even less.

Team Training: Rock along to team training with the rest of CUSSC 3 times a week in Michaelmas, twice a week in Lent and once in summer. It's in the Team Training Room (TTR) at the University Sports Centre. Full details here.

BUDS - British University Dryslope Championships, this year we'll be going north of the wall to attend this mother of all parties *sorry* competitions. It's a weekend away at the start of November in Edinburgh to show off our sweet tricks against universities from all round the country.

Varsity Freestyle Competition - A battle to the death against Oxford to discover the most legendary of the freestylers. Oh wait, not to the death, just a standard competition consisting of a lap of the park where you lay down your best tricks to see what you got. All abilities encouraged and is a fun event even for beginners to try out a new kind of skiing.

XGames Screenings - Held midway through lent term we hope to be able to show the XGames Slopestyle and Big Air competitions live. A relaxed event to sit back and watch the pros do their stuff (over a few beers of course).

BUiCS - An indoor freestyle event held and Milton Keynes with further rounds being happening around the country. With the competition taking place in lent term a few trips down beforehand should be enough practice to give it a go.

BUCS Main Event - We compete in all disciplines at this Easter event and is a good opportunity to get back out to the mountains to lace it up.

Have you ever looked into the snowpark and seen someone land a gnarly trick? That could be you. 

 

Every freestyler started with the basics and our freestyle sessions at Milton Keynes cater for all skiers, whatever your standard, and are a great chance to see how fun being a park-rat is. All you need is loads of enthusiasm and a willingness to pick yourself and try again as falling over is mandatory.