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2015 Snowboard World Champs: Koenz becomes Big Air Champ

Elena Koenz (SUI) becomes the first ever World Champion in Big Air winning Gold with her 2 best scores of 85.50 and 72.25.

2015 Snowboard World Champs: Enne wins Silver

Merika Enne (FIN) wins Silver in the first ever Women’s Big Air with her top scores of 80.50 and 68.25.

2015 Snowboard World Champs: Sharpe wins Silver

Darcy Sharpe (CAN) wins Silver in Men’s Big Air with his top scores of 80.00 and 89.50.

2015 Snowboard World Champs: Tonteri becomes Big Air Champ

Roope Tonteri (FIN) becomes the first ever back to back Gold Medalist in Big Air with his high scores of 94.00 and 79.75.

2015 Snowboard World Champs: Mack wins Bronze

Kyle Mack (USA) wins Bronze in Men’s Big Air with his top scores of 88.50 and 75.00, after also winning Bronze in Slopestyle.

2015 FIS Snowboard World Championships: Kreischberg Bei Murau, Austria: Snowboard Big Night Air 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 Snowboard World Champs: Takeuchi wins Bronze

Tomoka Takeuchi (JPN), wins her first ever medal, winning Bronze in Women’s Parallel Giant Slalom over 4th place Julie Zogg (SUI) by 1.44 seconds.

2015 Snowboard World Champs: Riegler becomes Parallel Giant Slalom Champ

Claudia Riegler (AUT) becomes Parallel Giant Slalom Champ getting her first ever Gold Medal at 41 years old, beating Alena Zavarzina (RUS) who crashed but still takes the Silver medal.

2015 Snowboard World Champs: Sobolev becomes Parallel Giant Slalom Champ

Andrey Sobolev (RUS) becomes Parallel Giant Slalom Champ after winning Silver yesterday in Parallel Slalom, beating Zan Kosir (SLO) by 0.37 seconds.

2015 Snowboard World Champs: Karl wins Bronze

Benjamin Karl (AUT), wins his 5th medal, taking Bronze in Men’s Parallel Giant Slalom over 4th place Valery Kolegov (RUS) by 0.22 seconds.

2015 FIS Snowboard World Championships: Kreischberg Bei Murau, Austria: Snowboard Parallel Giant Slalom 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 Snowboard World Champs: Parallel Slalom: Ledecka wins

19 year old Ester Ledecka (CZE) takes down the Olympic Champ Julia Dujmovits (AUT), who had a mistake in the fog.

2015 Snowboard World Champs: Parallel Slalom: Kreiner 3rd

In the small final, 2009 Champ Marion Kreiner (AUS) takes down Selina Joerg (GER) in the fog by .04 seconds to win Bronze.

2015 Snowboard World Champs: Parallel Slalom: Marguc 3rd

In the small final, 2013 Champ Rok Marguc (SLO) beats Aaron March (ITA) in the fog by .59 seconds for the Bronze.

2015 Snowboard World Champs: Parallel Slalom: Fischnaller wins

Roland Fischnaller (ITA) took Bronze in 2013 and this time he’s the champ, taking down Andrey Sobolev (RUS) by .16 seconds in the fog.

2015 FIS Snowboard World Championships: Kreischberg Bei Murau, Austria: Snowboard Parallel Slalom 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 Snowboard World Champs: Slopestyle: Onitsuka wins

She could be a giant in the making as 16 year old Miyabi Onitsuka (JPN) nails 92.50 in her second run and becomes the World Champion.

2015 Snowboard World Champs: Slopestyle: Gasser 2nd

Anna Gasser (AUT) gets host country Austria’s it’s first medal of the championships, three points out of first with a final run of 89.50.

2015 Snowboard World Champs: Slopestyle: Tonteri 2nd

2013 World Champ Roope Tonteri (FIN) nails 93.75 points to get on the podium in 2nd, 3.75 points out of first.

2015 Snowboard World Champs: Slopestyle: Stassel wins

Ryan Stassel (USA) wins the title with 97.50 points in his final run, improving on his first run of 94.00, which had already secured the Gold for him.

2015 Snowboard World Champs: Slopestyle: Mack 3rd

17 year old Kyle Mack (USA) claims Bronze, scoring 92.75 points in his second run, 4.75 points behind winner Ryan Stassel (USA).

2015 FIS Snowboard World Championships: Kreischberg Bei Murau, Austria: Snowboard 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 Snowboard World Champs: Xuetong wins Half Pipe

3-time World Cup winner, Cai Xuetong (CHN) wins the Women’s Half Pipe by 13.00 points with a score of 94.25.

2015 Snowboard World Champs: Yiwei 2nd in Half Pipe

Zhang Yiwei (CHN), who finished 6th at Sochi, finishes in 2nd with a Silver medal with his best score of 89.50.

2015 Snowboard World Champs: Castellet 2nd in Half Pipe

Although falling in 2 of her 3 runs, Queralt Castellet (SPA) finishes with a Silver medal with her best score of 81.25.

2015 Snowboard World Champs: James wins Half Pipe

Scotty James (AUS), gets his first Gold medal and wins the Men’s Half Pipe with a score of 91.50.

2015 FIS Snowboard World Championships: Kreischberg Bei Murau, Austria: Snowboard Halfpipe 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.

Lindsey Jacobellis Wins Snowboard Cross World Title

Lindsey Jacobellis (AP Photo/Darko Bandic) 2015 FIS Freestyle Ski and Snowboard World Championships schedule KREISCHBERG, Austria (Jan. 16 2015)—Lindsey Jacobellis (Stratton Mountain, VT) added a fourth World Championship title to her long list of snowboarding accolades and Nick Baumgartner (Iron River, MI) collected his second World Championships bronze medal in Kreischberg on Friday. Experience was […]

2015 Snowboard World Champs: Snowboard Cross Crashes

Check out all the spills, wipe outs and net finishes as the men and women race to the bottom of the hill and a championship title.

2015 Snowboard World Champs: Matteotti wins Snowboard Cross

Luca Matteotti (ITA) becomes the World Champ over Kevin Hill (CAN), while Americans Nick Baumgartner claims Bronze and Nate Holland crashed out.

2015 Snowboard World Champs: Jacobellis wins Snowboard Cross

In snowboard cross Lindsey Jacobellis (USA) does it again, eight time X Games Champ, and now four time World Champ (2005, 2007, 2011, 2015). Nelly Moenne Locooz (FRA) was 2nd.

2015 FIS Snowboard World Championships: Kreischberg Bei Murau, Austria: Snowboard Cross 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 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. […]

2014 Snowboard Big Air World Cup: Istanbul: Walker wins

Ty Walker (USA), who was part of the U.S. Olympic Team in Sochi, wins Big Air in Istanbul with her two best scores of 85.50 and 71.00.

2014 Snowboard Big Air World Cup: Istanbul: Candrian 2nd

Slopestyle Silver Medalist at 2013 World Championships, Sina Candrian (SUI) takes 2nd in Big Air in Istanbul with her two best scores of 88.75 and 67.00.

2014 Snowboard Big Air World Cup: Istanbul: Davis 3rd

Brandon Davis (USA) finishes as the top American making the podium in 3rd in Big Air in Istanbul with his two best scores of 89.25 and 90.25.

2014 Snowboard Big Air World Cup: Istanbul: Smits wins

Seppe Smits (BEL), who won Bronze in Big Air last year, wins Gold in this year with his two best scores of 92.50 and 90.50.

2014 Snowboard Big Air World Cup: Istanbul: Boesiger 2nd

Jonas Boesiger (SUI) takes 2nd in Big Air in Istanbul with his two best scores of 88.75 and 91.50.

2014 FIS Snowboard World Cup: Istanbul, Turkey: Big Air

The fifth largest city in the world hosts two historic first this weekend; the first-ever FIS World Cup on Turkish soil and the first-ever Snowboard Big Air event for both men and ladies.

Snowboard World Cup Magazine #1

Check out the first episode in the FIS World of Snowboarding.

Paul Berg German male snowboard ‘Athlete of the Year’

Up-and-coming talent Paul Berg has been chosen by his national federation for the ‘Athlete of the Year 2014′ award. The 23-year old from Konstanz was honoured for his strong performance in his second complete year on the World Cup tour in which he not only qualified for his first Olympics where he placed 13th but […]

Lake Louise Withdraws from 2014-2015 Snowboard World Cup

The second Snowboard Cross at Lake Louise (first ever took place Dec 2013) won’t take place this season. Local Organizers had to withdraw their competitions (Dec 19 – 20, 2014) from the calendar. As a result, FIS is currently looking for a replacement for the current season. Due to the lack of time, a possible […]

Park City Will Host 2019 FIS Freestyle Ski & Snowboard World Championships

  Arielle Gold (Sebastian Marko/Red Bull Content Pool) Park City, Utah (USA) was unanimously elected as host of the 2019 FIS Freestyle Ski & Snowboard World Championships. Park City was the only place which bid for the 2019 FIS Freestyle Ski & Snowboard World Championships. It had previously hosted the ski and snowboard events in […]

2014 Snowboard Cross World Cup: Maltais interview

Dominique Maltais (CAN) talks about winning the World Cup title in Women’s Snowboard Cross.

2014 Snowboard Cross World Cup: Maltais wins Women’s Snowboard Cross

Dominique Maltais (CAN) wins a gold medal in the Women’s Snowboard Cross. She previously won gold for the Snowboard Cross in 1012 in Aspen.

2014 Snowboard Cross World Cup: Cordi interview

Fabio Cordi (ITA) talks about winning the World Cup title in Men’s Snowboard Cross.

2014 Snowboard Cross World Cup: Cordi wins Men’s Snowboard Cross

Fabio Cordi (ITA) wins the Gold for the Men’s Snowboard Cross.

2014 FIS Snowboard World Cup: Veysonnaz, Switzerland: Snowboard Cross

On March 10 and 11, 2014, Veysonnaz, Switzerland, will host the single race which was cancelled last January.

2014 Winter Olympics Sochi: Snowboard Cross: Jacbellis wins

After winning a quarterfinal, Lindsey Jacobellis (USA) wipes out in a semi, ending her chances for Gold.

Countdown To Sochi: Winter 101: Ski & Snowboard Cross

Four athletes racing down the hill, taking bumps and jumps as they come, all while trying to avoid crashing into the person speeding less than a foot on either side of them. In this week’s Winter 101 we break down ski and snowboard cross.

2014 FIS Snowboard Slopesyle World Cup: Stoneham: Bergrem 3rd

Torgeir Bergrem (NOR) finished win a best score of 83, missing 2nd place by 4.5 points. Bergrem picks up his first career world cup podium and now sits in 5th place in the overall standings.

2014 FIS Snowboard Slopesyle World Cup: Stoneham: O’Connor crashes

Ireland’s Seamus O’Connor hit the snow hard as the front end of his snowboard clipped the landing ramp, causing him to hit the ground face first. O’Connor was down of several minutes after the crash but was eventually able to stand up.

2014 FIS Snowboard Slopesyle World Cup: Stoneham: Mattsson 2nd

Niklas Mattsson (NOR) finished with a best score of 87.5, losing to race winner Maxence Parrot (CAN) by 7 points. Mattsson was 28th in his previous slopestyle at Copper Mountain and now sits in 3rd place in the slopestyle standings.

2014 FIS Snowboard Slopesyle World Cup: Stoneham: Stoneham: Gasser 3rd

Anna Gasser (AUT) finished with a score of 84.25, missing 2nd place by just 1 point. Winning the bronze was huge for Gasser, as she picks up her first career world cup podium.

2014 FIS Snowboard Slopesyle World Cup: Stoneham: Parrot wins

Canadian Maxence Parrot won the men’s slopestyle with a run 1 high score of 94.5, beating 2nd place snowboarder Niklas Matsson by 7 points. Parrot finished 19th in his previous slopestyle at Copper Mountain.

 
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