USASA National Championships
The United States of America Snowboard and Freeski Association National Championship is the largest snowboard and freeskiing event in the world, welcoming top athletes from around the nation to compete for the title of National Champion. Events take place across seven on-hill venues for over 1,700 athletes.
USASA and Copper continue to partner to influence the future of winter sports and are committed to the development of amateur athletes. Each year, across 31 regional divisions nationwide, athletes of all abilities compete earning points to qualify for Nationals. These events provide a platform for children and young adults to progress competitively in an environment that’s encouraging and fun.
USASA Nationals have been hosted at Copper Mountain for over 10 years. With disciplines including halfpipe, cross, slopestyle and alpine spanning across 12 days with 2,000 athletes, it is the largest snowboarding and freeskiing competition in the world.
Please note the following terrain closures from March 31 - April 11
- Copperopolis (Alpine events)
- Woodward Central Park; one line only, TBD (Slopestyle)
- Fairplay (Boarder and Skier Cross)
- Superpipe (Halfpipe)
- Lower Bouncer (Rail Jam)
- Lower Bittersweet (Banked Slalom)
Visit USASA.org for more skier/rider details
Visit CopperColorado.com for more information and future events