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Missoula Freestyle (Snowbowl)
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Lost Trail Freestyle
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 Cool Sites

Landon Sawyer Foundation
Nor-Am Selections info
FIS Freestyle
World Cup Video
another World Cup Video

news and events
Sweet pics from last weekends Throw Down. Photos By Eric Oravasky
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Freestyle Tour 2012

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PICS 2010

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McPhie & Wilson both Qualify 3rd-Wilson takes Bronze
congratulations to Bryon Wilson for his bronze medal finish at the 2010 Olympics.
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Darion "The Rocket" Stevens at 2009 JO's
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Pics from the Bridger event.08
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2014 Fall NDF Minutes
Here are the minutes to our fall NDF minutes that were held in Fairmont Hot springs on October 11th, 2014. "Click Here"
10 14 14 by mpapke

Divisional Results posted
2014 Divisional Championship results posted under results
03 03 14 by mpapke

2013-14 NDF Freestyle schedule posted
Our 2013-14 NDF Freestyle schedule is posted under event schedule. Check it out!
10 25 13 by mpapke

Coaches Level 200 Mogul Clinic-Jan 16-17, 2014
Coaches that need to, or are wanting do do their level 200 mogul clinic NDF will host a clinic January 8-9th, 2014 at Snowbowl Ski Area in Missoula MT. As discussed this will take place prior to the first NDF Event in missoula. Please remember that your coaching staff needs to have done their level 100 online prior to taking the 200. If this is the first season taking the 100 the coach will receive a credit for doing their 200. Here is the link to get registered. Any questions please contact mike papke. (406) 581-8598 or mikepapke@mac.com "Click Here"
11 16 12 by mpapke

Thanks to our friends from the east, we have developed a handbook that will assist in answering your freestyle questions.
11 29 10 by mpapke

Qualified Tricks
Check out what tricks you have qualified and can compete Click Here
01 19 10 by mpapke

Email List
If you have not been recieveing any emails from me this season it is due to the fact that you are not on the Northern Division Freestyle bulk email list. Please email me so you can make sure that you are getting all of the appropriate info, results, invitations etc. mikepapke@mac.com
02 07 07 by mpapke

Event Organizing Comitte
Info on Event production
02 23 05 by mpapke

Divisionals Officials Programs
Please click on the link to learn more about the officials program
02 23 05 by mpapke

Welcome to the Northern Division Freestyle Tour brought to you by Victory Energy Drinks
What is Northern Division Freestyle?

The Northern Division Freestyle (NDF) is a nonprofit-based volunteer organization providing competitive freestyle venues throughout the state of Montana and Idaho, encouraging participants of all ages with emphasis on youth.

Northern Division Freestyle offers organized US Ski Association sanctioned events in all of the freestyle disciplines: Moguls, Dual Moguls, Upright and Inverted Aerials, Terrain Park events, Big Air events, and Half Pipe.

Competing in these Northern Division events is the first step for our Montana athletes towards a spot on the U.S. Freestyle Team and the U.S. Olympic Team.

The NDF Freestyle Programs:
Our region is split up among strong teams in several areas of the state. Big Mountain outside of Whitefish, Montana has one of the two inverted aerial training sites in the Montana, as well as terrain park features and a mogul program. Snowbowl in Missoula, Montana has also a A level aerial site as well as a successful mogul program. Lost Trail outside of Hamilton, Montana has a successful mogul program. Bridger Bowl in Bozeman, Montana has a mogul program as well as a Free Ride program.

The Northern Division Freestyle Tour has been involved in hosting these events since the early 1980’s. In 1996 we became a nonprofit corporation and in the years since have produced several U.S. Ski Team athletes in moguls, ESPN X-Games Champions as well as a Gold Medal Inverted Aerialist at the 1998 Olympics. Today NDF includes a steady 70-plus membership of male and female athletes ranging in age from 9-29.

In addition to the USSA Northern Division Freestyle Tour, members have competed at a national level at the U.S. Championships, U.S. Team Selection Events, and ESPN X-Games as well as the US Skiercross Grand Nationals. Several of our young athletes have also qualified and competed at the international level.
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