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Freestyle Skiing FIS World Cup 2017 - 2018

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hckosice    845

Stage 6 in Moenchengladbach (GER)

December 1st, 2017

 

Big Air Mens (2/3)

1. Christian Nummedal :NOR 183.20, 2. Oscar Wester :SWE  180.80 and 3. Oystein Braaten :NOR 176.00

 

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Big Air Womens (2/3)

1. Giulia Tanno  :SUI 174.60, 2. Sarah Hoefflin :SUI 166.80 and 3. Dominique Ohaco :CHI 152.60

 

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hckosice    845

Audi FIS Ski Cross World Cup Val Thorens (FRA)

 

Based upon the weather forecast, the Val Thorens Audi FIS Ski Cross World Cup on Friday, December 8th has been rescheduled. The competition will now take place on Thursday, December 7th, 2017 with the final starting time at 12:30 CET.

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Gianlu33    393

It's time for the best ski freestyle.. Skicross :clap:

Sadly whitout livestream or TV coverage :(

 

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Gianlu33    393

Unbelievable results in the 3rd heat of the 1st round!

Filsar and Fiva defeated by Mobaerg and Tchiknavorian :yikes:

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hckosice    845

Stage 8 in Val Thorens (FRA)

December 7th, 2017

 

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Ski Cross Mens (1/12)

1. Christopher Delbosco :CAN, 2. Arnaud Bovolenta :FRA and 3. Terence Tchiknavorian :FRA

 

Full Results HERE

 

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Ski Cross Womens (1/12)

1. Sandra Naeslund :SWE, 2. Heidi Zacher :GER and 3. Kelsey Serwa :CAN

 

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hckosice    845

Stage 7 in Copper Mountain (USA)

December 9th, 2017

 

Halfpipe Mens (2/7)

1. David Wise :USA  92.80, 2. Noah Bowman :CAN  91.00 and 3. Simon D´Artois :CAN  89.20

 

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Full Results HERE

 

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Halfpipe Womens (2/7)

1. Marie Martinod :FRA  83.00, 2. Devin Logan :USA  79.60 and 3. Zhang Kexin :CHN  77.60

 

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hckosice    845

Saturday's Val Thorens Audi FIS Ski Cross Alps Tour competition cancelled due to weather

 

Despite a massive effort by organizers and officials, the second of two Audi FIS Ski Cross Alps Tour competitions slated for Val Thorens was cancelled on Saturday due to persistent snow, fog, and wind.

 

With more than 30cms of snow blanketing the course over night and steady snowfall throughout the day in the lead-up to the scheduled start time, teams of slippers and colour crews were forced to fight Mother Nature with all their resources. Unfortunately, on Saturday it was a losing battle.

 

FIS ski cross race director Martin Fiala praised the efforts of all hand who were striving to make Saturday's competition a success.

 

"FIS would like to thank the organizers and volunteers in Val Thorens for their hard work and determination today," said Fiala, "Though we were not able to overcome today's challenges, Val Thorens has proven once again this week why it is one of the premier ski cross venues in the world. Now we look forward to the next stage of the Cross Alps Tour in Arosa (SUI), and to returning to Val Thorens once again next season."

 

The programme in Val Thorens had already undergone one change when the first of the two races, originally scheduled for Friday, was moved forward one day to Thursday to accommodate for the forecasted storm that would eventually lead to Saturday's cancellation. In hindsight, that decision proved to be the correct one, as there is a very real possibility there would have been no competition at in Val Thorens without that move.

 

Due to the compact nature of the 2017 Cross Alps Tour schedule, there is little possibility of a rescheduling of the Val Thorens race at one of the other three Cross Alps Tour venues this December. However, other options for making up today's cancelled competition will be explored in the coming days.

 

The next stage of the 2017 Cross Alps Tour will take place in Arosa (SUI) on Tuesday, December 12, with an exciting nighttime sprint format competition slated to get underway under the lights at 20:15 CET. Qualifications will take place on Monday, December 11, at 17:30.

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hckosice    845

Stage 9 in Ruka (FIN)

December 9th, 2017

 

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Moguls Mens (1/11)

1. Mikael Kingsbury :CAN  87.45, 2. Dmitriy Reikherd :KAZ 85.11 and 3. Pavel Kolmakov  :KAZ  84.44

 

Full Results HERE

 

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Moguls Womens (1/11)

1. Britteny Cox :AUS  80.32, 2. Audrey Robichaud :CAN  77.73 and 3. Marika Pertakhiya :RUS  74.59

 

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Monzanator    0

Karolina Riemen-Zerebecka will make her World Cup return in Arosa. :bye:

 

She told the Polish media most of the other competitors were shocked to see her back in action following the Sierra Nevada crash and the subsequent coma.

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hckosice    845

Stage 10 in Arosa (SUI)

December 12th, 2017

 

 

Ski Cross Mens (2/11)

1. Viktor Andersson :SWE, 2. Kevin Drury :CAN and 3. Victor Oehling Norberg :SWE

 

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Ski Cross Womens (2/11)

1. Sandra Naeslund :SWE, 2. Heidi Zacher :GER and 3. Brittany Phelan :CAN

 

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hckosice    845

Stage 11 in Montafon (AUT)

December 15th, 2017

 

 

Ski Cross Mens (3/11)

1. Sergey Ridzik :RUS, 2. Terence Tchiknavorian :FRA and 3. Jean Frederic Chapuis :FRA

 

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Ski Cross Womens (3/11)

1. Fanny Smith :SUI, 2. Heidi Zacher :GER and 3. Sandra Naeslund :SWE

 

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