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2013 FIS Snowboardcross World Cup: Final: Crashes

From wipe-outs to crashes and collisons, even some poor guy going over the fence, snowboardcross proves to be a rough sport.

2013 FIS Snowboardcross World Cup: Final: Vaultier wins

Pierre Vaultier (FRA) earned just two wins of the day, luckily one was the final, giving him the last win of the season and moving him up to 9th as the season ends.

2013 FIS Snowboarding World Cup: Sochi: Men’s Snowboardcross: Crash in heat 13

Racing in the 13th heat, snowboarders took a hard crash into one another going into the finish.

2013 FIS Snowboarding World Cup: Sochi: Women’s Snowboardcross: Michela Moiloli wins

Michela Moiloli (ITA) beat out all the competition of the day earning 1000 points. Moiloli was 9th in her previous Snowboardcross at Blue Mountain.

2013 FIS Snowboarding World Cup: Sochi: Women’s Snowboardcross: Faye Gulini gets 2nd in Small Final

Faye Gulini (USA) was the top american of the day finishing with 320 points. Gulini finished 10th in her previous Snowboardcross at Blue Mountian.

2013 FIS Snowboarding World Cup: Sochi: Men’s Snowboardcross: Haemmerle wins

In a dramatic race with a crash at the finish, Alessandro Haemmerle (AUT) emerged with the win earning 1,000. American Alex Deibold was close behind in 2nd place.

2013 Snowboardcross World Championships: Pullin wins

Alex Pullin (AUS) successfully retains his title from 2011, winning every race today.

2013 Snowboardcross World Championships: Ricker wins

Maelle Ricker (CAN) finally becomes world champion, being flawless all day and winning both heats.

2014 FIS Snowboard World Cup: Stoneham, Quebec, Canada: Slopestyle

Slopestyle, big air and halfpipe will feature technical aerials, stylish maneuvers and snowboardcross. Parallel giant slalom & parallel slalom will show athletes going head to head to crown the fastest snowboarder on the slopes of Stoneham Mountain.

2014 FIS Snowboard World Cup: Stoneham, Quebec, Canada: Halfpipe

Slopestyle, big air and halfpipe will feature technical aerials, stylish maneuvers and snowboardcross. Parallel giant slalom & parallel slalom will show athletes going head to head to crown the fastest snowboarder on the slopes of Stoneham Mountain.

 
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