The Greatest Freestyle Skiers of All Time

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This is a list of some of the greatest freestyle skiers of all time. These amazing freestylers include some the pioneers and icons of the sport as well as some of the youngest, most exciting freestyle skiers in the world today. Freestyle skiing is an sup-sport of skiing that requires intense skill, acrobatics and creativity. It was first demonstrated at the 1988 Olympics. Skiers compete in moguls, slopestyle, aerials, or ballet. These skiers are from all over the world - Austria, America, Canada, and China. Many of these greatest freestyle skiers of all time are very young competitors who have worked at skiing for much of their lives.

These best freestyle skiers have the ability to execute flawless moves in the air, or on the snow under the greatest amounts of pressure and duress. They take full advantage of the grand stage they’re on whether it's a national competition, the X Games, or the world stage of the Olympics, and have gone on to win gold, silver, and bronze medals.

To become one of the best freestyle skiers of all time takes great commitment, a strong work ethic, athletic skill, and composure. The skiers on this list have proved they've got what it takes. After you're done ranking the greatest freestyle skiers, head on over and vote on the best snowboarders of all time.

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  • 1
    183 VOTES

    Simon Dumont

    Simon Dumont
    Video: YouTube

    Dumont has won eight medals in the X Games. 

    183 votes
  • 2
    227 VOTES

    Tom Wallisch

    Tom Wallisch
    Video: YouTube
    Wallisch won gold in the 2012 X Games slopestyle event.
    227 votes
  • 3
    302 VOTES
    Jon Olsson
    Video: YouTube
    Olsson has dominated the X Games and is a master at the double flip.
    302 votes
  • Mikaël Kingsbury
    Video: YouTube
    Kingsbury won gold in moguls at the 2014 Freestyle Skiing World Cup.
    155 votes
  • 5
    115 VOTES

    Torin Yater-Wallace

    Torin Yater-Wallace
    Video: YouTube
    Yater-Wallace was the third youngest athlete to compete in the X Games.
    115 votes
  • 6
    88 VOTES

    James Woods

    James Woods
    Video: YouTube
    Woods won a silver medal at the 2013 FIS Freestyle World Cup.
    88 votes