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2015 Freestyle Skiing World Champs: Half Pipe: Meyer crashes

On his third and final run, after having a small wipe out in run two, Fabian Meyer (SUI) wipes out even harder, luckily he appears ok.

2015 Freestyle Skiing World Champs: Half Pipe: Pollet-Villard 2nd

Joffrey Pollet-Villard (FRA) posted two 80 plus runs, the best at 86.60 but it wasn’t enough, settling for Silver, 1.40 points out of first.

2015 Freestyle Skiing World Champs: Half Pipe: Leeds 4th

Brody Leed (USA) comes up just .60 shy of the podium, in 4th place while Walter Wood was 7.2 behind in 5th place.

2015 Freestyle Skiing World Champs: Half Pipe: Smaine wins

Kyle Smaine (USA) posted 88.00 in run one and rode it until his victory lap in run three, winning by 1.40 points.

2015 Freestyle Skiing World Champs: Half Pipe: Faivre wins

In her first run, 2009 and 2013 Champ Virginie Faivre (SUI) scores 83.80 points and remains the World Champion, by 2.8 points.

2015 Freestyle Skiing World Champs: Half Pipe: Sharpe 2nd

Cassie Sharpe (CAN) climbs on to the podium with her last run, scoring 81.00, the second run to crack 80 points, 2.8 out of first.

2015 FIS Freestyle World Championships: Kreischberg Bei Murau, Austria: Ski Half Pipe Night Ladies & Men’s Finals

The FIS Freestyle World Ski Championships is the world championship organized by the FIS for Freestyle Skiing. It was first organized in 1986 and is now held every odd year. Currently, the events included in the world championships are Moguls, Dual Moguls, Aerials, Ski cross, Slopestyle and Half-pipe.

2015 Freestyle Skiing World Champs: Slopestyle: Crashes

Oddly enough, both Lisa Zimmermann (GER) and Fabian Boesch (SUI) crashed in their first round. Then they both bounced back in the second round to win the championship titles, not a bad trade.

2015 Freestyle Skiing World Champs: Slopestyle: Wallace 3rd

Noah Wallace (USA) hits 82.40 in his first run, and it’s good enough to put him on the podium in 3rd, 10.2 out of first.

2015 Freestyle Skiing World Champs: Slopestyle: Boesch wins

Fabian Boesch (SUI) becomes the World Champ scoring 92.60 points in his second run, after crashing in his first run.

2015 Freestyle Skiing World Champs: Slopestyle: Zimmermann wins

During the 2015 FIS Freestyle Skiing World Championships, the 2013 Bronze medal winner, Lisa Zimmermann of Germany, comes back to be the 2015 World Champ after scoring 85.80 points in her second run.

2015 Freestyle Skiing World Champs: Slopestyle: Summerhayes 2nd

Katie Summerhayes (GBR) gets her first championship medal, scoring 82.80 in her second run to claim silver, 3 points out of first.

2015 Freestyle Skiing World Champs: Slopestyle: Henshaw 2nd

Bronze Medalist from 2011, Russell Henshaw (AUS) is back on the championship podium with 91.80 points in his second run, just .80 points away from the title.

2015 FIS Freestyle World Championships: Kreischberg Bei Murau, Austria: Ski Slopestyle Ladies & Men’s Finals

The FIS Freestyle World Ski Championships is the world championship organized by the FIS for Freestyle Skiing. It was first organized in 1986 and is now held every odd year. Currently, the events included in the world championships are Moguls, Dual Moguls, Aerials, Ski cross, Slopestyle and Half-pipe.

2015 Freestyle World Ski Champs: Dual Moguls: Kingsbury wins

2013 Moguls Champ, Mikael Kingsbury leads the Canadian sweep of the Dual Moguls podium, beating Philippe Marque in the Final by five points.

2015 Freestyle World Ski Champs: Dual Moguls: Gagnon 3rd

American Sho Kashima crashes out in the small final, giving the Bronze medal to Marc-Antoine Gagnon, who completes the Canadian sweep of the podium.

2015 Freestyle World Ski Champs: Dual Moguls: Kearny wins

2005 and 2013 Mogul Champ Hannah Kearney (USA), in her final season, becomes the World Champ in Dual Moguls, beating Justine Dufour-Lapointe (CAN) in the Final who suffered a mistake.

2015 Freestyle World Ski Champs: Dual Moguls: Galsheva 3rd

In the small final Yulia Galysheva (KAZ) gets the win, her first championship medal, by just one point of over Chloe Dufour-Lapointe (CAN).

2015 FIS Freestyle World Championships: Kreischberg Bei Murau, Austria: Dual Moguls Ladies & Men’s Finals

The FIS Freestyle World Ski Championships is the world championship organized by the FIS for Freestyle Skiing. It was first organized in 1986 and is now held every odd year. Currently, the events included in the world championships are Moguls, Dual Moguls, Aerials, Ski cross, Slopestyle and Half-pipe.

2015 Freestyle Skiing Moguls World Championships: Kreischberg: Dufour-Lapointe wins

Olympic Gold Medal winner at Sochi, Justine Dufour-Lapointe (CAN), wins with a score of 87.25.

2015 Freestyle Skiing Moguls World Championships: Kreischberg: Kearney 2nd

2010 Olympic Gold Medal winner, Hannah Kearney (USA), finishes in 2nd with a score of 85.66 behind 2014 Olympic Gold Medal winner, Justine Dufour-Lapointe (CAN), in Moguls.

2015 Freestyle Skiing Moguls World Championships: Kreischberg: Kingsbury 2nd

Olympic Silver medalist at Sochi. Mikael Kingsbury (CAN), finishes 2nd with a score of 86.54. in Moguls.

2015 Freestyle Skiing Moguls World Championships: Kreischberg: Benna wins

Anthony Benna (FRA), gets his first ever win in Moguls with a score of 86.89.

2015 Freestyle Skiing Moguls World Championships: Kreischberg: Deneen 4th

Patrick Deneen (USA) finishes 4th as the top American in Kreischberg with a score of 85.64.

2015 FIS Freestyle World Championships: Kreischberg Bei Murau, Austria: Ski Moguls Ladies & Men’s Finals

The FIS Freestyle World Ski Championships is the world championship organized by the FIS for Freestyle Skiing. It was first organized in 1986 and is now held every odd year. Currently, the events included in the world championships are Moguls, Dual Moguls, Aerials, Ski cross, Slopestyle and Half-pipe.

 

 

2015 Arena Pro Swim Series: Austin: Ledecky wins 800m Freestyle

Katie Ledecky (USA), gets her 4th win of the event and dominates in the Women’s 800m Freestyle with a time of 8:11.21.

Universal Sports Presents: FIS Freestyle Ski World Cup Magazine #4

Hang on – it’s going to be a bumpy ride! This week we’re in Calgary, Canada for the first Moguls event of the season.

2015 Arena Pro Swim Series: Austin: Ledecky wins 200m Freestyle

In the Women’s 200m Freestyle 2014 Pan Pacific Gold medalist, Katie Ledecky (USA), wins with a time of 1:56.16.

2015 Arena Pro Swim Series: Austin: Dwyer wins 200m Freestyle

In the Men’s 200m Freestyle Conor Dwyer (USA), who got Silver at the 2013 World Championships, wins with a time of 1:47.76.

2015 Freestyle World Ski Champs: Aerial Crashes

Check out all the painful face plants and wipe outs from the Aerial finals.

2015 Freestyle World Ski Champs: Sicun Xu Crashes Hard

Sicun Xu (CHN) has to be carried off the course after a serious crash in the second round. We all hope she recovers quickly.

2015 Freestyle World Ski Champs: Guangpu Qi wins Men’s Aerials

After earning silver in 2011 and the gold in 2013, China’s Guangpu Qi repeats his champion history during the 2015 FIS Freestyle Skiing World Championships, after saving his biggest jump for the Final and scoring a total amount of 139.50 points.

2015 Freestyle World Ski Champs: Alex Bowen 2nd in Men’s Aerials

The biggest surppirse of the night was Alex Bowen (USA) posting the biggest jump of his young career to take Silver. Scoring 121.27 points in the Super Final.

2015 Freestyle World Ski Champs: Mengtao Xu 3rd in Women’s Aerials

Defending champ from 2013, Mengtao Xu (CHN) nails the biggest jump of the night in the first round at 98 points. Unfortunately, her jump in the Super Final was not as impressive and she had to settle for 3rd place.

2015 Freestyle World Ski Champs: Peel wins Women’s Aerials

25 year old Laura Peel (AUS) upsets the defending Champ Mengtao Xu (CHN) to become the new World Champ with her biggest jump in the Super Final at 88.47 points.

2015 Freestyle World Ski Champs: McKinnon 2nd in Women’s Aerials

Kiley McKinnon (USA) lands two clean jumps to get into the Super Final, then hits her biggest one at 88.12 points to claim her first championship medal.

2015 FIS Freestyle World Championships Ski Aerials: Kreischberg Bei Murau, Austria: L+M Finals

The FIS Freestyle World Ski Championships is the world championship organized by the FIS for Freestyle Skiing. It was first organized in 1986 and is now held every odd year. Currently, the events included in the world championships are Moguls, Dual Moguls, Aerials, Ski cross, Slopestyle and Half-pipe.

2015 FIS Freestyle Ski and Snowboard World Championships Schedule

 Hannah Kearney (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer) LOS ANGELES (January 14, 2015) – Universal Sports Network will present exclusive multi-platform coverage of the 2015 FIS Freestyle Ski and Snowboard World Championships from Kreischberg, Austria, both on air and at UniversalSports.com from January 15 to 25, 2015. For the biggest freestyle event on this year’s calendar, the U.S. […]

2015 Freestyle Skiing Dual Moguls World Cup: Deer Valley: Dufour-Lapointe wins

2014 Olympic Gold Medal winner at Sochi, Justine Dufour-Lapointe (CAN), wins Dual Moguls against the 2010 Olympic Gold Medal winner, Hannah Kearney (USA).

2015 Freestyle Skiing Dual Moguls World Cup: Deer Valley: Interviews

The top 2 men and women finishers are interviewed and discuss their night in the dual moguls event.

2015 Freestyle Skiing Dual Moguls World Cup: Deer Valley: Kearney 2nd

2010 Olympic Gold Medal winner, Hannah Kearney (USA), finishes in 2nd behind 2014 Olympic Gold Medal winner, Justine Dufour-Lapointe (CAN), in Dual Moguls.

2015 Freestyle Skiing Dual Moguls World Cup: Deer Valley: Walczyk 2nd

Dylan Walczyk (USA) makes his first Dual Mogul podium finishing 2nd behind Olympic Silver medalist at Sochi. Mikael Kingsbury (CAN).

2015 Freestyle Skiing Dual Moguls World Cup: Deer Valley: Kingsbury wins

Olympic Silver medalist at Sochi. Mikael Kingsbury (CAN), wins at Deer Valley for the 2nd night in a row.

2015 FIS Freestyle World Cup: Deer Valley, UT: Women’s & Men’s Dual Moguls

The world’s best freestyle skiers come together this winter for the 2015 FIS Freestyle Ski World Cup at Deer Valley Resort. Watch as competitors twist, fly and race their way to the podium on the same runs used during the 2002 Olympic Winter Games.

2015 Freestyle Skiing Moguls World Cup: Deer Valley: Oakley wins

KC Oakley (USA), who missed the Olympics last year with a nerve injury in her lower legs, gets her best finish and wins at Deer Valley with a score of 82.53.

2015 Freestyle Skiing Moguls World Cup: Deer Valley: Dufour-Lapointe 2nd

Olympic Gold Medal winner at Sochi, Justine Dufour-Lapointe (CAN), finishes 2nd with a score of 79.46.

2015 Freestyle Skiing Moguls World Cup: Deer Valley: Graham 2nd

Matt Graham (AUS), who got his start in Moguls at Deer Valley in 2010, finishes 2nd with a score of 85.49.

2015 Freestyle Skiing Moguls World Cup: Deer Valley: Kingsbury wins

Olympic Silver medalist at Sochi. Mikael Kingsbury (CAN), wins at Deer Valley with a score of 90.25.

2015 Freestyle Skiing Moguls World Cup: Deer Valley: Deneen 3rd

Patrick Deneen (USA) finishes 3rd as the top American in Deer Valley with a score of 85.07.

2015 Freestyle Skiing Aerials World Cup: Deer Valley: Qi wins

1st place in the World ranked, Guangpu Qi (CHN), wins with one of the highest Aerial scores of all time with a score of 138.50

2015 Freestyle Skiing Aerials World Cup: Deer Valley: Bohonnon 2nd

Mac Bohonnon (USA) finishes 2nd with a score of 128.51, which would normally give you a 1st place finish, however Guangpu Qi (CHN), wins with one of the highest Aerial scores of all time with a score of 138.50.

2015 Freestyle Skiing Aerials World Cup: Deer Valley: McKinnon 2nd

2nd ranked in the World, Kiley Mckinnon (USA) finishes 2nd in Deer Valley Aerials.

2015 Freestyle Skiing Aerials World Cup: Deer Valley: Crashes

Check out all the rough landings and harsher crashes in the third competition of the season.

2015 Freestyle Skiing Aerials World Cup: Deer Valley: Caldwell wins

Ashley Caldwell (USA), beats her teammate, Kiley Mckinnon (USA), who is ranked 2nd in the World with a score of 99.78.

Freestyle Ski World Cup Magazine #2

Check out the second episode in the FIS World of Freestyle Skiing.

 
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