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George_D

Freestyle Skiing FIS World Cup 2017 - 2018

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hckosice    891

Stage 15 in Font Romeu (FRA)

December 23rd, 2017

 

 

Slopestyle Mens (3/7)

1. Oscar Wester :SWE  94.60, 2. Ferdinand Dahl :NOR  93.40 and 3. Oystein Braaten :NOR 93.00

 

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Slopestyle Womens (3/7)

1. Tess Ledeux :FRA  93.60, 2. Jennie-Lee Burmansson :SWE  84.20 and 3. Tiril Sjaastad Christiansen :NOR  82.40

 

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hckosice    891

Stage 17 in Moscow (RUS)

January 6th, 2018

 

 

Aerials Mens (3/6)

1. Anton Kushnir :BLR  126.55, 2. Ilia Burov :RUS  125.79 and 3. Stanislav Nikitin :RUS 119.91

 

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Aerials Womens (3/6)

1. Kiley McKinnon :USA  95.52, 2. Aliaksandra Ramanouskaya :BLR  84.48 and 3. Alexandra Orlova :RUS  80.33

 

 

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hckosice    891

Stage 16 in Calgary (CAN)

January 6th, 2018

 

 

Moguls Mens (4/11)

1. Mikael Kingsbury :CAN 89.55, 2. Dmitriy Reikherd :KAZ 86.43 and 3. Matt Graham :AUS 83.23

 

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Moguls Womens (4/11)

1. Britteny Cox :AUS 82.11, 2. Perrine Laffont :FRA 81.64 and 3. Justine Dufour-Lapointe :CAN  81.30

 

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hckosice    891

Stage 18 in Deer Valley (USA)

January 10th, 2018

 

 

Moguls Mens (5/11)

1. Mikael Kingsbury :CAN 87.33, 2. Sho Endo :JPN 84.43 and 3. Bradley Wilson :USA 82.61

 

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Moguls Womens (5/11)

1. Perrine Laffont :FRA 81.88, 2. Jaelin Kauf :USA 79.57 and 3. Morgan Schild :USA  78.93

 

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hckosice    891

Stage 18 in Deer Valley (USA)

January 11th, 2018

 

 

Moguls Mens (6/11)

1. Mikael Kingsbury :CAN 88.80, 2. Dmitriy Reikherd :KAZ 83.66 and 3. Matt Graham :AUS 82.37

 

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Moguls Womens (6/11)

1. Jaelin Kauf :USA 81.37, 2. Perrine Laffont :FRA 80.38 and 3. Morgan Schild :USA  78.76

 

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hckosice    891

Stage 19 in Snowmass (USA)

January 12th, 2018

 

 

Halfpipe Mens (4/6)

1. David Wise :USA 95.00, 2. Alex Ferreira :USA 93.00 and 3. Aaron Blunck :USA 91.20

 

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Halfpipe Womens (4/6)

1. Cassie Sharpe :CAN 93.20, 2. Brita Sigourney :USA 89.20 and 3. Ayana Onozuka :JPN 87.00

 

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hckosice    891

Stage 18 in Deer Valley (USA)

January 12th, 2018

 

 

Aerials Mens (4/6)

1. Maxim Burov :RUS 131.67, 2. QI Guangpu :CHN 130.77 and 3. Anton Kushnir :BLR 124.78

 

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Aerials Womens (4/6)

1. Xu Mengtao :CHN 114.21, 2. Kristina Spiridonova :RUS 88.47 and 3. Kong Fanyu :CHN 82.36

 

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hckosice    891

Stage 20 in Idre Fjäll (SWE)

January 13th, 2018

 

 

Ski Cross Mens (6/11)

1. Alex Fiva :SUI, 2. Marc Bischofberger :SUI and 3. Jean Frederic Chapuis :FRA

 

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Ski Cross Womens (6/11)

1. Sandra Naeslund :SWE, 2. Marielle Berger Sabbatel :FRA and 3. India Sherret :CAN

 

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hckosice    891

Stage 19 in Snowmass (USA)

January 13th, 2018

 

 

Slopestyle Mens (4/7)

1. Andri Ragettli :SUI 95.00, 2. Ferdinand Dahl :NOR  94.60 and 3. Oystein Braaten :NOR 94.20

 

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Slopestyle Womens (4/7)

1. Johanne Killi :NOR  91.60, 2. Maggie Voisin :USA  89.00 and 3. Isabel Atkin :GBR  87.80

 

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heywoodu    1,284

What the hell. At the ski cross in Idre Fjäll, the men finished all their 1/8 finals, the first women were ready for their quarter finals and suddenly 'Ladies competition - Cancelled'.

 

Ok, one might think that's it for the day. But literally a minute or so later, the men's quarter finals were announced and started as if nothing happened :dunno:

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hckosice    891

Stage 20 in Idre Fjäll (SWE)

January 14th, 2018

 

 

Ski Cross Mens (7/11)

1. Jean Frederic Chapuis :FRA, 2. Alex Fiva :SUI and 3. Jonas Devouassoux :FRA

 

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Ski Cross Womens (7/11)

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

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phelps    132
8 hours ago, heywoodu said:

What the hell. At the ski cross in Idre Fjäll, the men finished all their 1/8 finals, the first women were ready for their quarter finals and suddenly 'Ladies competition - Cancelled'.

 

Ok, one might think that's it for the day. But literally a minute or so later, the men's quarter finals were announced and started as if nothing happened :dunno:

 

if I understand correctly what eusp commentator said, there were some protests because the team managers considered a pair of points of the track too demanding and/or dangerous for the girls (in particular, the small climb just at the beginning and the big curve right on the slope halfway through the course)...

but frankly I don't know why yesterday they had nothing to say and suddenly today there was something wrong...:mumble::dunno:

 

 

update...

just found this on FIS website:

 

'The second of this weekend’s back-to-back Audi FIS Ski Cross World Cup competitions in Sweden’s Idre Fjall resort went down on Sunday but not without a hitch, as Saturday’s bluebird conditions were replaced with falling snow and heavy winds on day two of competition, forcing the cancellation of the ladies’ finals although allowing the men’s to continue, where France’s Jean Frederic Chapuis claimed a huge victory.

The call to cancel the ladies’ final was a last-minute decision by the jury made as the first heat of the quarter finals was approaching the start gate. Having already postponed the start of the competition by 30 minutes in the hopes that the wind would die down, and with the earlier onset of darkness at the northerly Idre Fjall location quickly approaching, officials couldn’t push the race back any longer and made the decision to call off the ladies’ side of things to avoid a potentially dangerous situation for the athletes.

With that decision, Friday’s qualification results would go into the books as the final results for the competition, giving Sweden’s own Sandra Naeslund her fifth victory of the season and making it two-for-two on the weekend at her home country venue. Swiss star Fanny Smith  would take second place, while Germany’s Heidi Zacher would walk away from Idre in third.'

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