2010–11 FIS Snowboard World Cup

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Snowboarding pictogram.svg 2010–11 Snowboarding World Cup Snowboarding pictogram.svg
Winner
Speed overall men's  Benjamin Karl (AUT)
Speed overall women's  Ekaterina Tudegesheva (RUS)
Freestyle overall men's  Nathan Johnstone (AUS)
Freestyle overall women's  Cai Xuetong (CHN)
Parallel slalom men's  Benjamin Karl (AUT)
Parallel slalom women's  Ekaterina Tudegesheva (RUS)
Snowboard cross men's  Alex Pullin (AUS)
Snowboard cross women's  Dominique Maltais (CAN)
Halfpipe men's  Nathan Johnstone (AUS)
Halfpipe women's  Cai Xuetong (CHN)
Competitions
Venues 18
Individual events 59
Team events 1

The 2010–11 FIS Snowboard World Cup was a multi race tournament over a season for snowboarding. The season started on 10 October 2010 and ended on 27 March 2011. The World Cup was organised by the FIS which also run world cups and championships in cross-country skiing, ski jumping, nordic combined, alpine skiing and freestyle skiing. The snowboarding world cup consisted of the parallel slalom, snowboard cross and the halfpipe. The men's side of the world cup also consisted of a big air competition.

Men[edit]

Parallel Slalom[edit]

Date Place Classification Winner Second Third Report
October 10, 2010 Netherlands Landgraaf, Netherlands Slalom  Andreas Prommegger (AUT)  Roland Fischnaller (ITA)  Aaron March (ITA) [1]
December 10, 2010 Italy Limone Piemonte, Italy Giant Slalom  Benjamin Karl (AUT)  Andreas Prommegger (AUT)  Manuel Veith (AUT) [2]
December 11, 2010 Italy Limone Piemonte, Italy Slalom  Roland Fischnaller (ITA)  Aaron March (ITA)  Roland Haldi (SUI) [3]
December 16, 2010 United States Telluride, United States Giant Slalom  Rok Flander (SLO)  Kaspar Flütsch (SUI)  Manuel Veith (AUT) [4]
January 9, 2011 Austria Bad Gastein, Austria Slalom  Benjamin Karl (AUT)  Aaron March (ITA)  Simon Schoch (SUI) [5]
February 9, 2011 South Korea Yongpyong, South Korea Giant Slalom  Benjamin Karl (AUT)  Siegfried Grabner (AUT)  Aaron March (ITA) [6]
February 20, 2011 Canada Stoneham, Canada Giant Slalom  Benjamin Karl (AUT)  Andreas Prommegger (AUT)  Matthew Morison (CAN) [7]
March 5, 2011 Russia Moscow, Russia Slalom  Roland Fischnaller (ITA)  Rok Marguc (SLO)  Simon Schoch (SUI) [8]
March 19, 2011 Italy Valmalenco, Italy Giant Slalom  Sylvain Dufour (FRA)  Andreas Prommegger (AUT)  Roland Haldi (SUI) [9]
March 27, 2011 Switzerland Arosa, Switzerland Giant Slalom  Andreas Prommegger (AUT)  Roland Fischnaller (ITA)  Nevin Galmarini (SUI) [10]

Snowboard Cross[edit]

Date Place Winner Second Third Report
December 7, 2010 Austria Lech am Arlberg, Austria  Nate Holland (USA)  Tom Velisek (CAN)  Mario Fuchs (AUT) [11]
December 8, 2010 Austria Lech am Arlberg, Austria  Luca Matteotti (ITA)  Alex Pullin (AUS)  Paul-Henri de Le Rue (FRA) [12]
December 17, 2010 United States Telluride, United States  Pierre Vaultier (FRA)  Seth Wescott (USA)  Alex Pullin (AUS) [13]
December 18, 2010 United States Telluride, United States (Team)  Luca Matteotti (ITA)
 Alberto Schiavon (ITA)
 Jonathan Cheever (USA)
 Alex Deibold (USA)
 Nick Baumgartner (USA)
 Jayson Hale (USA)
[14]
February 8, 2011 South Korea Yongpyong, South Korea Cancelled due to unsafe course conditions; rescheduled to March 24 in Arosa[1]
February 17, 2011 Canada Stoneham, Canada  Nick Baumgartner (USA)  Jonathan Cheever (USA)  David Speiser (GER) [15]
March 18, 2011 Italy Valmalenco, Italy  Alberto Schiavon (ITA)  Jonathan Cheever (USA)  Nate Holland (USA) [16]
March 24, 2011[nb 1] Switzerland Arosa, Switzerland  Seth Wescott (USA)  Pierre Vaultier (FRA)  Paul-Henri de Le Rue (FRA) [17]
March 25, 2011 Switzerland Arosa, Switzerland  Alex Pullin (AUS)  Luca Matteotti (ITA)  Nick Baumgartner (USA) [18]

Halfpipe[edit]

Date Place Winner Second Third Report
November 4, 2010 Switzerland Saas-Fee, Switzerland  Tore Viken Holvik (NOR)  Ryō Aono (JPN)  Mathieu Crépel (FRA) [19]
February 13, 2011 China Yabuli, China  Nathan Johnstone (AUS)  Zhang Yiwei (CHN)  Shi Wancheng (CHN) [20]
February 18, 2011 Canada Stoneham, Canada  Ryō Aono (JPN)  Taku Hiraoka (JPN)  Fujita Kazuumi (JPN) [21]
February 26, 2011 Canada Calgary, Canada  Ryō Aono (JPN)  Nathan Johnstone (AUS)  Zhang Yiwei (CHN) [22]
March 11, 2011 Italy Bardonecchia, Italy  Nathan Johnstone (AUS)  Johann Baisamy (FRA)  Arthur Longo (FRA) [23]
March 26, 2011 Switzerland Arosa, Switzerland  Iouri Podladtchikov (SUI)  Jan Scherrer (SUI)  Patrick Burgener (SUI) [24]

Big Air[edit]

Date Place Winner Second Third Report
October 30, 2010 United Kingdom London, United Kingdom  Marko Grilc (SLO)  Staale Sandbech (NOR)  Seppe Smits (BEL) [25]
November 20, 2010 Sweden Stockholm, Sweden  Sebastien Toutant (CAN)  Petja Piiroinen (FIN)  Patrick Burgener (SUI) [26]
December 3, 2010 South Korea Seoul, South Korea Cancelled
January 26, 2011 United States Denver, United States  Rocco van Straten (NED)  Zachary Stone (CAN)  Michael Macho (AUT) [27]
February 19, 2011 Canada Stoneham, Canada  Sebastien Toutant (CAN)  Matts Kulisek (CAN)  Stefan Falkeis (AUT) [28]

Slopestyle[edit]

Date Place Winner Second Third
February 26, 2011 Canada Calgary, Canada  Clemens Schattschneider (AUT)  Robby Ballhary (CAN)  Zachary Stone (CAN) [29]
March 11, 2011 Italy Bardonecchia, Italy  Alexey Sobolev (RUS)  Milu Multhaup-Appleton (NZL)  Clemens Schattschneider (AUT) [30]

Ladies[edit]

Parallel Slalom[edit]

Date Place Classification Winner Second Third Report
October 10, 2010 Netherlands Landgraaf, Netherlands Slalom  Ekaterina Tudegesheva (RUS)  Heidi Neururer (AUT)  Alena Zavarzina (RUS) [31]
December 10, 2010 Italy Limone Piemonte, Italy Giant Slalom  Ekaterina Tudegesheva (RUS)  Alena Zavarzina (RUS)  Svetlana Boldykova (RUS) [32]
December 11, 2010 Italy Limone Piemonte, Italy Slalom  Patrizia Kummer (SUI)  Fränzi Mägert-Kohli (SUI)  Ekaterina Ilyukhina (RUS) [33]
December 16, 2010 United States Telluride, United States Giant Slalom  Fränzi Mägert-Kohli (SUI)  Isabella Laböck (GER)  Ekaterina Tudegesheva (RUS) [34]
January 9, 2011 Austria Bad Gastein, Austria Slalom  Ekaterina Tudegesheva (RUS)  Marion Kreiner (AUT)  Claudia Riegler (AUT) [35]
February 9, 2011 South Korea Yongpyong, South Korea Giant Slalom  Marion Kreiner (AUT)  Fränzi Mägert-Kohli (SUI)  Svetlana Boldykova (RUS) [36]
February 20, 2011 Canada Stoneham, Canada Giant Slalom  Ekaterina Tudegesheva (RUS)  Claudia Riegler (AUT)  Marion Kreiner (AUT) [37]
March 5, 2011 Russia Moscow, Russia Slalom  Ekaterina Tudegesheva (RUS)  Tomoka Takeuchi (JPN)  Doris Günther (AUT) [38]
March 19, 2011 Italy Valmalenco, Italy Giant Slalom  Ekaterina Tudegesheva (RUS)  Isabella Laböck (GER)  Julia Dujmovits (AUT) [39]
March 27, 2011 Switzerland Arosa, Switzerland Giant Slalom  Fränzi Mägert-Kohli (SUI)  Ekaterina Tudegesheva (RUS)  Julia Dujmovits (AUT) [40]

Snowboard Cross[edit]

Date Place Winner Second Third Report
December 7, 2010 Austria Lech am Arlberg, Austria  Dominique Maltais (CAN)  Maëlle Ricker (CAN)  Yuka Fujimori (JPN) [41]
December 8, 2010 Austria Lech am Arlberg, Austria  Dominique Maltais (CAN)  Maëlle Ricker (CAN)  Aleksandra Zhekova (BUL) [42]
December 17, 2010 United States Telluride, United States  Dominique Maltais (CAN)  Aleksandra Zhekova (BUL)  Maëlle Ricker (CAN) [43]
December 18, 2010 United States Telluride, United States (Team)  Helene Olafsen (NOR)
 Aleksandra Zhekova (BUL)
 Susanne Moll (AUT)
 Maria Ramberger (AUT)
 Callan Chythlook-Sifsof (USA)
 Lindsey Jacobellis (USA)
[44]
February 8, 2011 South Korea Yongpyong, South Korea Cancelled due to unsafe course conditions; rescheduled to March 24 in Arosa[1]
February 17, 2011 Canada Stoneham, Canada  Lindsey Jacobellis (USA)  Dominique Maltais (CAN)  Deborah Anthonioz (FRA) [45]
March 18, 2011 Italy Valmalenco, Italy  Lindsey Jacobellis (USA)  Eva Samkova (CZE)  Deborah Anthonioz (FRA) [46]
March 24, 2011[nb 1] Switzerland Arosa, Switzerland  Aleksandra Zhekova (BUL)  Callan Chythlook-Sifsof (USA)  Zoe Gillings (GBR) [47]
March 25, 2011 Switzerland Arosa, Switzerland  Aleksandra Zhekova (BUL)  Lindsey Jacobellis (USA)  Nelly Moenne Loccoz (FRA) [48]

Halfpipe[edit]

Date Place Winner Second Third Report
November 4, 2010 Switzerland Saas-Fee, Switzerland  Cai Xuetong (CHN)  Sun Zhifeng (CHN)  Ursina Haller (SUI) [49]
February 13, 2011 China Yabuli, China  Liu Jiayu (CHN)  Cai Xuetong (CHN)  Li Shuang (CHN) [50]
February 18, 2011 Canada Stoneham, Canada  Cai Xuetong (CHN)  Holly Crawford (AUS)  Haruna Matsumoto (JPN) [51]
February 26, 2011 Canada Calgary, Canada  Cai Xuetong (CHN)  Holly Crawford (AUS)  Haruna Matsumoto (JPN) [52]
March 11, 2011 Italy Bardonecchia, Italy  Holly Crawford (AUS)  Mirabelle Thovex (FRA)  Paulina Ligocka-Andrzejewska (POL) [53]
March 26, 2011 Switzerland Arosa, Switzerland  Queralt Castellet (ESP)  Holly Crawford (AUS)  Cai Xuetong (CHN) [54]

Slopestyle[edit]

Date Place Winner Second Third Report
February 26, 2011 Canada Calgary, Canada  Allyson Carroll (USA)  Brooke Voigt (CAN)  Pia Meusburger (AUT) [55]
March 11, 2011 Italy Bardonecchia, Italy  Katarzyna Rusin (POL)  Anja Štefan (CRO)  Lou Chabelard (FRA) [56]

Standings[edit]

Speed Overall Men[edit]

Pos Athlete Points[2]
1.  Benjamin Karl (AUT) 4950
2.  Andreas Prommegger (AUT) 4850
3.  Roland Fischnaller (ITA) 4550
4.  Aaron March (ITA) 3450
5.  Alex Pullin (AUS) 3270
6.  Pierre Vaultier (FRA) 3210
7.  Simon Schoch (SUI) 2870
8.  Jonathan Cheever (USA) 2690
9.  Rok Flander (SLO) 2670
10.  Rok Marguc (SLO) 2580

Speed Overall Women[edit]

Pos Athlete Points[3]
1.  Ekaterina Tudegesheva (RUS) 6000
2.  Dominique Maltais (CAN) 4800
3.  Fränzi Mägert-Kohli (SUI) 4600
4.  Aleksandra Zhekova (BUL) 4040
5.  Marion Kreiner (AUT) 3700
6.  Lindsey Jacobellis (USA) 3610
7.  Isabella Laböck (GER) 3170
8.  Claudia Riegler (AUT) 3060
9.  Julia Dujmovits (AUT) 2800
10.  Doris Günther (AUT) 2710

Freestyle Overall Men[edit]

Pos Athlete Points[2]
1.  Nathan Johnstone (AUS) 3510
2.  Clemens Schattschneider (AUT) 2960
3.  Ryō Aono (JPN) 2800
4.  Sebastien Toutant (CAN) 2220
5.  Rocco van Straten (NED) 2090
6.  Stefan Falkeis (AUT) 1770
7.  Adrian Krainer (AUT) 1760
8.  Dimi de Jong (NED) 1710
9.  Michael Macho (AUT) 1646
10.  Arthur Longo (FRA) 1600

Freestyle Overall Women[edit]

Pos Athlete Points[3]
1.  Cai Xuetong (CHN) 4400
2.  Holly Crawford (AUS) 3900
3.  Sun Zhifeng (CHN) 2300
4.  Mirabelle Thovex (FRA) 2270
5.  Anne Sophie Pellissier (FRA) 1960
6.  Nadja Purtschert (SUI) 1730
7.  Xu Xiujuan (CHN) 1460
8.  Pia Meusburger (AUT) 1450
9.  Sophie Rodriguez (FRA) 1400
10.  Katarzyna Rusin (POL) 1320

Parallel Slalom Men[edit]

Pos Athlete Points[4]
1.  Benjamin Karl (AUT) 5790
2.  Andreas Prommegger (AUT) 5740
3.  Roland Fischnaller (ITA) 5420
4.  Aaron March (ITA) 3890
5.  Simon Schoch (SUI) 3450

Parallel Slalom Women[edit]

Pos Athlete Points[5]
1.  Ekaterina Tudegesheva (RUS) 7690
2.  Fränzi Mägert-Kohli (SUI) 5770
3.  Marion Kreiner (AUT) 4540
4.  Claudia Riegler (AUT) 3900
5.  Isabella Labök (GER) 3510

Snowboardcross Men[edit]

Pos Athlete Points[6]
1.  Alex Pullin (AUS) 3270
2.  Pierre Vaultier (FRA) 3210
3.  Jonathan Cheever (USA) 2690
4.  Luca Matteotti (ITA) 2480
5.  Markus Schairer (AUT) 2160

Snowboardcross Women[edit]

Pos Athlete Points[7]
1.  Dominique Maltais (CAN) 4800
2.  Aleksandra Zhekova (BUL) 4040
3.  Lindsey Jacobellis (USA) 3610
4.  Deborah Anthonioz (FRA) 2680
5.  Callan Chythlook-Sifsof (USA) 2210

Halfpipe Men[edit]

Pos Athlete Points[8]
1.  Nathan Johnstone (AUS) 3510
2.  Ryō Aono (JPN) 2800
3.  Arthur Longo (FRA) 1600
4.  Zhang Yiwei (CHN) 1470
5.  Aluan Ricciardi (FRA) 1350

Halfpipe Women[edit]

Pos Athlete Points[9]
1.  Cai Xuetong (CHN) 4400
2.  Holly Crawford (AUS) 3900
3.  Sun Zhifeng (CHN) 2300
4.  Mirabelle Thovex (FRA) 2270
5.  Anne Sophie Pellissier (FRA) 1960

Big Air/Slopestyle Men[edit]

Pos Athlete Points[10]
1.  Clemens Schattschneider (AUT) 2960
2.  Sebastien Toutant (CAN) 2220
3.  Rocco van Straten (NED) 1845
4.  Stefan Falkeis (AUT) 1770
5.  Adrian Krainer (AUT) 1676

Slopestyle Women[edit]

Pos Athlete Points[10]
1.  Allyson Carroll (USA) 1000
1.  Katarzyna Rusin (POL) 1000
3.  Anja Štefan (CRO) 800
3.  Brooke Voigt (CAN) 800
5.  Pia Meusburger (AUT) 600

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b Rescheduled from 8 February 2011 in Yongpyong.

References[edit]

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