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hckosice

Snowboarding FIS World Cup 2017 - 2018

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Nate River    182

The commentators mentioned it might have been the best men's half pipe contest ever, and I don't think they are wrong. Any of the top four would have won just about any half pipe competition ever held with their runs.

 

The women's contest was also ridiculous, something like five women landed a 1080 which is unprecedented. It seems like every Olympic year there is a big step up.

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hckosice    1,889

Stage 15 in Snowmass (USA)

January 13th, 2018

 

 

Halfpipe Mens (2/4)

1. Shaun White :USA  100.00 , 2. Scotty James :AUS 96.25 and 3. Yuto Totsuka :JPN  94.50

 

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Full Results HERE

 

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Halfpipe Womens (2/4)

1. Queralt Castellet :ESP 91.50, 2. Chloe Kim :USA  88.75 and 3. Maddie Mastro :USA  87.25

 

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Full Results HERE

 

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hckosice    1,889

LAAX OPEN Slopestyle cancelled

 

Due to the ongoing bad weather situation with snow fall, gusty side winds and low visibility at Crap Sogn Gion event organisers have been forced to cancel the Slopestyle World Cup of the LAAX OPEN 2018.

 

Since Tuesday, officials had been doing everything they could to get the event done but unfortunately Mother Nature did not let up.

 

Today, after the men's slopestyle got cancelled at first, organisers waited for a window to open to at least run the women's finals which seemed to be the case around noon but incoming fog from the valley dashed everyone's hopes again right before the first lady was about to drop in.

 

“A big thank you to the LAAX OPEN organisers, park crew and volunteers who worked so hard. We tried everything we could but the weather did not cooperate,” said FIS Contest Director Park & Pipe Roberto Moresi.

 

The LAAX OPEN will conclude tomorrow with the halfpipe competition. Finals are slated for 13:00 CET.

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heywoodu    3,424

De Blois to the quarter finals at the Erzurum cross, the Olympic hopes are still alive :cheer:

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hckosice    1,889

Stage 18 in Erzurum (TUR)

January 20th, 2018

 

 

Snowboard Cross Mens (6/12)

1. Omar Visintin :ITA, 2. Pierre Vautier :FRA and 3. Alessandro Haemmerle :AUT

 

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Full Results HERE

 

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Snowboard Cross Womens (6/12)

1. Eva Samkova :CZE, 2. Chloe Trespeuch :FRA and 3. Michela Moioli :ITA

 

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Full Results HERE

 

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heywoodu    3,424

Ouch, nasty crash for David Hablützel of Switzerland in the half pipe competition at the LAAX Open today. According to reports, he is conscious, speaking and able to move his limbs, so that's good.

 

https://streamable.com/lnbs9 

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hckosice    1,889

Stage 17 in Laax (SUI)

January 20th, 2018

 

 

Halfpipe Mens (5/6)

1. Iouri Podlatchikov :SUI 90.50, 2. Yuto Totsuka :JPN 88.25 and 3. Zhang Yiwei :CHN 87.00

 

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Full Results HERE

 

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Halfpipe Womens (5/6)

1. Liu Jiayu :CHN 96.25, 2. Cai Xuetong :CHN 83.75 and 3. Queralt Castellet :ESP 81.75

 

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Full Results HERE

 

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hckosice    1,889

Stage 19 in Rogla (SLO)

January 20th, 2018

 

 

Parallel Giant Slalom Mens (4/9)

1. Andreas Prommegger :AUT, 2. Edwin Coratti :ITA and 3. Benjamin Karl :AUT

 

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Full Results HERE

 

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Parallel Giant Slalom Womens (4/9)

1. Ester Ledecka :CZE, 2. Claudia Riegler :AUT and 3. Julia Dujmovits :AUT

 

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Full Results HERE

 

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konig    424

is finish the olympic qualification of snowboard?

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hckosice    1,889
6 minutes ago, konig said:

is finish the olympic qualification of snowboard?

 

Officially tomorrow

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Stage 18 in Erzurum (TUR)

January 21st, 2018

 

 

Team Snowboard Cross Mens (2/4)

1. Italy (Perathoner/Visintin)  :ITA, 2. Austria (Haemmerle/Schairer) :AUT and 3. United States (Holand/Deibold) :USA

 

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Full Results HERE

 

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Team Snowboard Cross Womens (2/4)

1. France (Moenne Loccoz/Trespeuch) :FRA, 2. Czech Republic (Hopjakova/Samkova) :CZE and 3. Canada (Odine/Bergermann) :CAN

 

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Full Results HERE

 

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