2006–07 FIS Snowboard World Cup

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The 2006–07 FIS Snowboard World Cup is a multi race tournament over a season for snowboarding. The season began on 13 October 2006, and finished on 18 March 2007. The World Cup is organized by the FIS who also run world cups and championships in cross-country skiing, ski jumping, nordic combined, alpine skiing and freestyle skiing.

Calendar[edit]

Key[edit]

BA big air
HP half pipe
PGS parallel giant slalom
PSL parallel slalom
SBX snowboard cross

Men[edit]

Date Place Di. Winner Second Third
October 13, 2006 Netherlands Landgraaf, The Netherlands PSL Austria Siegfried Grabner Switzerland Simon Schoch Switzerland Marc Iselin
October 22, 2006 Austria Sölden, Austria PGS Switzerland Simon Schoch Slovenia Rok Flander Switzerland Philipp Schoch
November 11, 2006 Sweden Stockholm, Sweden BA Slovenia Matevz Petek Finland Peetu Piiroinen Finland Risto Mattila
November 23, 2006 Switzerland Saas Fee, Switzerland HP United States Scott Lago Finland Markus Malin Japan Daisuke Murakami
November 25, 2006 Switzerland Saas Fee, Switzerland HP cancelled cancelled cancelled
December 13, 2006 Italy Mareo, Italy PGS Slovenia Rok Flander Austria Siegfried Grabner Switzerland Simon Schoch
December 20, 2006 Austria Bad Gastein, Austria PSL Austria Siegfried Grabner Switzerland Simon Schoch Switzerland Philipp Schoch
December 21, 2006 Austria Bad Gastein, Austria PSL Switzerland Simon Schoch Switzerland Roland Haldi Canada Jasey-Jay Anderson

Women[edit]

Date Place Di. Winner Second Third
October 13, 2006 Netherlands Landgraaf, The Netherlands PSL Germany Amelie Kober Austria Marion Kreiner Austria Heidi Neururer
October 21, 2006 Austria Sölden, Austria PGS Switzerland Fränzi Kohli Austria Doresia Krings Austria Marion Kreiner
November 23, 2006 Switzerland Saas Fee, Switzerland HP United States Gretchen Bleiler Japan Soko Yamaoka Switzerland Manuela Laura Pesko
November 25, 2006 Switzerland Saas Fee, Switzerland HP cancelled cancelled cancelled
December 13, 2006 Italy Mareo, Italy PGS Italy Isabella Dal Balcon Russia Ekaterina Tudigescheva Germany Isabella Laböck
December 20, 2006 Austria Bad Gastein, Austria PSL Russia Ekaterina Tudigescheva Austria Doresia Krings Austria Heidi Neururer
December 21, 2006 Austria Bad Gastein, Austria PSL Austria Doresia Krings Austria Heidi Neururer France Julie Pomagalski

Men's Overall Results[edit]

Overall[edit]

Pos. Points
1. Switzerland Simon Schoch 2400
2. Austria Siegfried Grabner 2200
2. Slovenia Rok Flander 2200
4. Finland Peetu Piiroinen 1300
5. Switzerland Marc Iselin 1290
6. Switzerland Philipp Schoch 1200
7. United States Scott Lago 1000
8. Slovenia Matevz Petek 1000
9. Austria Andreas Prommegger 940
10. Switzerland Roland Haldi 910
11. Finland Markus Malin 800
12. Austria Alexander Maier 796
13. Switzerland Urs Eiselin 780
14. Finland Risto Mattila 780
15. France Mathieu Bozzetto 760

Big air[edit]

Pos. Points
1. Slovenia Matevz Petek 1000
2. Finland Peetu Piiroinen 800
3. Finland Risto Mattila 600
4. Austria Florian Mausser 500
5. Norway Andreas Wiig 450
6. Austria Stefan Gimpl 400
7. Italy Giacomo Kratter 360
8. Switzerland Benedikt Nadig 320
9. Norway Torstein Horgmo 290
10. Finland Antti Autti 260
11. Finland Jaakko Ruha 240
12. Norway Hakon Tønnessen 220
13. Switzerland Thomas Franc 200
14. Finland Ville Uotila 180
15. Sweden Martin Sandberg 160

Half pipe[edit]

Pos. Points
1. United States Scott Lago 1000
2. Finland Markus Malin 800
3. Japan Daisuke Murakami 600
4. Finland Peetu Piiroinen 500
5. Finland Markku Koski 450
6. United States Steven Fisher 400
7. Canada Brad Martin 360
8. Finland Miikka Hast 320
9. United States Tommy Czeschin 290
10. Switzerland Sergio Berger 260
11. Japan Kazuhiro Kokubo 240
12. Finland Janne Korpi 220
13. Japan Ryoh Aono 200
14. Finland Risto Mattila 180
15. Canada Dan Raymond 160

Parallel slalom[edit]

Pos. Points
1. Switzerland Simon Schoch 2400
2. Austria Siegfried Grabner 2200
2. Slovenia Rok Flander 2200
4. Switzerland Marc Iselin 1290
5. Switzerland Philipp Schoch 1200
6. Austria Andreas Prommegger 940
7. Switzerland Roland Haldi 910
8. Austria Alexander Maier 796
9. Switzerland Urs Eiselin 780
10. France Mathieu Bozzetto 760
11. Sweden Daniel Biveson 674
12. Switzerland Heinz Inniger 670
13. Slovenia Izidor Sustersic 518
14. Slovenia Rok Marguc 464
15. United States Justin Reiter 456

Women's Overall Results[edit]

Half pipe[edit]

Pos. Points
1. United States Gretchen Bleiler 1000
2. Japan Soko Yamaoka 800
3. Switzerland Manuela Laura Pesko 600
4. Japan Shiho Nakashima 500
5. Australia Holly Crawford 450
6. Poland Paulina Ligocka 400
7. France Cecile Alzina 360
8. Canada Mercedes Nicoll 320
9. Japan Yayoi Tamura 290
10. Switzerland Andrea Schuler 260
11. France Sophie Rodriguez 240
12. United Kingdom Lesley McKenna 220
13. Switzerland Sina Candrian 200
14. Japan Naho Mizuki 180
15. Japan Rana Okada 160

Parallel slalom[edit]

Pos. Points
2. Austria Marion Kreiner 1850
1. Germany Amelie Kober 1740
2. Switzerland Fränzi Kohli 1350
3. Italy Isabella Dal Balcon 1290
4. Russia Ekaterina Tudigescheva 1120
5. Germany Isabella Laböck 1100
6. Austria Heidi Neururer 1080
7. Austria Doresia Krings 1060
8. Austria Heidi Krings 1040
9. Switzerland Patrizia Kummer 920
10. Canada Alexa Loo 920
11. Austria Doris Günther 880
12. Netherlands Nicolien Sauerbreij 650
13. Russia Svetlana Boldikova 580
14. Canada Caroline Calve 540
15. Finland Ilona Ruotsalainen 540