Mogul FIS Head Coach
Freddy Mooney is a Colorado native, born in Winter Park. The son of a ski coach mother and former alpine racer father, Freddy literally, grew up on skis. He is deeply passionate about skiing, ski culture, and passing that passion on to future generations.
Freddy's ski career began as a young alpine racer in Winter Park. He transitioned from racing into mogul skiing at 14, earning a spot on the U.S. Ski Team at 18, where he would spend 6 years representing the United States on the NorAm, and then World Cup tours. After hanging up the mogul skis in late 2005, Freddy dabbled in freeskiing, competing on the Freeski World Tour as it was just becoming the premier competition circuit of its kind.
While competing in freeskiing, Freddy completed a degree in integrative physiology at the University of Colorado. He then became a father in the spring of 2009, started coaching full-time for his home team, the Winter Park Competition Center, and then on to coach the Canadian National Team for the past 8 years.
Freddy comes to SSCV having coached some of the best skiers in the world, and is looking forward to bringing his knowledge, expertise, commitment and passion to the team.