2011–12 FIS Snowboard World Cup

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Snowboarding pictogram.svg 2011–12 Snowboarding World Cup Snowboarding pictogram.svg
Winner
Overall men's  Janne Korpi (FIN)
Overall women's  Cai Xuetong (CHN)
Parallel slalom men's  Andreas Prommegger (AUT)
Parallel slalom women's  Patrizia Kummer (SUI)
Snowboard cross men's  Pierre Vaultier (FRA)
Snowboard cross women's  Dominique Maltais (CAN)
Halfpipe men's  Janne Korpi (FIN)
Halfpipe women's  Cai Xuetong (CHN)
Big Air men's  Janne Korpi (FIN)
Competitions
Venues 17
Individual events 49
Team events 2
Competitions cancelled 6

The 2011–12 FIS Snowboard World Cup was a multi race tournament over a season for snowboarding. The season started on 28 August 2011 and ended on 17 March 2012. The World Cup was organised by the FIS which also runs world cups and championships in alpine skiing, cross-country skiing, ski jumping, nordic combined and freestyle skiing. The FIS Snowboarding World Cup consisted of the parallel slalom, snowboard cross and the halfpipe. The men's side of the world cup also consisted of three big air competitions.

Men[edit]

Parallel Slalom[edit]

Date Place Classification Winner Second Third Report
13 October 2011 Netherlands Landgraaf, Netherlands Slalom  Roland Fischnaller (ITA)  Aaron March (ITA)  Andreas Prommegger (AUT) [1]
3 December 2011 Italy Carezza, Italy Giant Slalom Cancelled due to lack of snow; rescheduled to 21 December[1]
4 December 2011 Italy Carezza, Italy Slalom Cancelled due to lack of snow; rescheduled to 22 December[1]
15 December 2011 United States Telluride, United States Giant Slalom  Benjamin Karl (AUT)  Andreas Prommegger (AUT)  Simon Schoch (SUI) [2]
21 December 2011[nb 1] Italy Carezza, Italy Giant Slalom  Roland Fischnaller (ITA)  Benjamin Karl (AUT)  Rok Flander (SLO) [3]
22 December 2011[nb 2] Italy Carezza, Italy Slalom  Benjamin Karl (AUT)  Simon Schoch (SUI)  Siegfried Grabner (AUT) [4]
13 January 2012 Austria Jauerling, Austria Slalom (night)  Andreas Prommegger (AUT)  Andrey Sobolev (RUS)  Roland Fischnaller (ITA) [5]
19 January 2012[nb 3] Austria Bad Gastein, Austria Giant Slalom  Roland Fischnaller (ITA)  Aaron March (ITA)  Rok Flander (SLO) [6]
28 January 2012 Germany Sudenfeld, Germany Giant Slalom  Siegfried Grabner (AUT)  Lukas Mathies (AUT)  Andreas Prommegger (AUT) [7]
22 February 2012 Canada Stoneham, Canada Giant Slalom  Andreas Prommegger (AUT)  Manuel Veith (AUT)  Nevin Galmarini (SUI) [8]
3 March 2012 Russia Moscow, Russia Slalom  Roland Fischnaller (ITA)  Simon Schoch (SUI)  Andreas Prommegger (AUT) [9]
10 March 2012 Spain La Molina, Spain Giant Slalom  Andreas Prommegger (AUT)  Simon Schoch (SUI)  Benjamin Karl (AUT) [10]
17 March 2012 Italy Valmalenco, Italy Giant Slalom  Roland Fischnaller (ITA)  Manuel Veith (AUT)  Ingemar Walder (AUT) [11]

Snowboard Cross[edit]

Date Place Winner Second Third Report
16 December 2011 United States Telluride, United States  Pierre Vaultier (FRA)  Christopher Robanske (CAN)  Nick Baumgartner (USA) [12]
17 December 2011 United States Telluride, United States (Team)  France
Pierre Vaultier
Xavier de le Rue
 United States
Jonathan Cheever
Nick Baumgartner
 Norway
Joachim Havikhagen
Stian Sivertzen
[13]
15 January 2012 Austria Bad Gastein, Austria Cancelled due to lack of snow, rescheduled to 19 January in Veysonnaz[2]
19 January 2012 Switzerland Veysonnaz, Switzerland  Andrey Boldykov (RUS)  Nate Holland (USA)  Pierre Vaultier (FRA) [14]
22 January 2012 Switzerland Veysonnaz, Switzerland  Nate Holland (USA)  Markus Schairer (AUT)  Emanuel Perathoner (ITA) [15]
8 February 2012[nb 4] Canada Blue Mountain, Canada  Pierre Vaultier (FRA)  David Speiser (GER)  Nick Baumgartner (USA) [16]
21 February 2012 Canada Stoneham, Canada  Pierre Vaultier (FRA)  Nikolay Olyunin (RUS)  Jonathan Cheever (USA) [17]
14 March 2012 Italy Valmalenco, Italy  Stian Sivertzen (NOR)  Alex Tuttle (USA)  Tony Ramoin (FRA) [18]
16 March 2012 Italy Valmalenco, Italy  Konstantin Schad (GER)  Andrey Boldykov (RUS)  Lluis Marin Tarroch (AND) [19]

Halfpipe[edit]

Date Place Winner Second Third Report
28 August 2011 New Zealand Cardrona, New Zealand  Janne Korpi (FIN)  Zhang Yiwei (CHN)  Dimi de Jong (NED) [20]
3 November 2011 Switzerland Saas-Fee, Switzerland  Yuri Podladchikov (SUI)  Ryō Aono (JPN)  Janne Korpi (FIN) [21]
17 December 2011 Finland Ruka, Finland  Markus Malin (FIN)  Steve Krijbolder (NED)  Aleksi Kumpulainen (FIN) [22]
23 February 2012 Canada Stoneham, Canada  Nathan Johnstone (AUS)  Taku Hiraoka (JPN)  Janne Korpi (FIN) [23]
2 March 2012 Italy Bardonecchia, Italy Cancelled for economical reasons[3]

Big Air[edit]

Date Place Winner Second Third Report
29 October 2011 United Kingdom London, United Kingdom  Janne Korpi (FIN)  Seppe Smits (BEL)  Joris Ouwerkerk (NED) [24]
19 November 2011 Sweden Stockholm, Sweden  Niklas Mattsson (SWE)  Michael Macho (AUT)  Alexey Sobolev (RUS) [25]
25 February 2012 Canada Stoneham, Canada  Antoine Truchon (CAN)  Petja Piiroinen (FIN)  Matts Kulisek (CAN) [26]

Slopestyle[edit]

Date Place Winner Second Third Report
4 February 2012 Slovakia Jasná, Slovakia Cancelled
26 February 2012 Canada Stoneham, Canada  Dimi de Jong (NED)  Jonathan Versteeg (CAN)  Maxence Parrot (CAN) [27]
4 March 2012 Italy Bardonecchia, Italy Cancelled for economical reasons[3]

source:[4]

Women[edit]

Parallel Slalom[edit]

Date Place Classification Winner Second Third Report
13 October 2011 Netherlands Landgraaf, Netherlands Slalom  Fraenzi Maegert-Kohli (SUI)  Yekaterina Tudegesheva (RUS)  Marion Kreiner (AUT) [28]
3 December 2011 Italy Carezza, Italy Giant Slalom Cancelled due to lack of snow; rescheduled to 21 December[1]
4 December 2011 Italy Carezza, Italy Slalom Cancelled due to lack of snow; rescheduled to 22 December[1]
15 December 2011 United States Telluride, United States Giant Slalom  Julia Dujmovits (AUT)  Fraenzi Maegert-Kohli (SUI)  Amelie Kober (GER) [29]
21 December 2011[nb 1] Italy Carezza, Italy Giant Slalom  Caroline Calvé (CAN)  Amelie Kober (GER)  Marion Kreiner (AUT) [30]
22 December 2011[nb 2] Italy Carezza, Italy Slalom  Patrizia Kummer (SUI)  Isabella Laböck (GER)  Anke Karstens (GER) [31]
13 January 2012 Austria Jauerling, Austria Slalom (night)  Patrizia Kummer (SUI)  Yekaterina Tudegesheva (RUS)  Marion Kreiner (AUT) [32]
19 January 2012[nb 3] Austria Bad Gastein, Austria Giant Slalom  Patrizia Kummer (SUI)  Julie Zogg (SUI)  Marion Kreiner (AUT) [33]
28 January 2012 Germany Sudenfeld, Germany Giant Slalom  Amelie Kober (GER)  Marion Kreiner (AUT)  Yekaterina Tudegesheva (RUS) [34]
22 February 2012 Canada Stoneham, Canada Giant Slalom  Yekaterina Tudegesheva (RUS)  Julia Dujmovits (AUT)  Julie Zogg (SUI) [35]
3 March 2012 Russia Moscow, Russia Slalom  Patrizia Kummer (SUI)  Julia Dujmovits (AUT)  Julie Zogg (SUI) [36]
10 March 2012 Spain La Molina, Spain Giant Slalom  Patrizia Kummer (SUI)  Amelie Kober (GER)  Julie Zogg (SUI) [37]
17 March 2012 Italy Valmalenco, Italy Giant Slalom  Amelie Kober (GER)  Patrizia Kummer (SUI)  Julia Dujmovits (AUT) [38]

Snowboard Cross[edit]

Date Place Winner Second Third Report
16 December 2011 United States Telluride, United States  Lindsey Jacobellis (USA)  Dominique Maltais (CAN)  Deborah Anthonioz (FRA) [39]
17 December 2011 United States Telluride, United States (Team)  France
Nelly Moenne Loccoz
Deborah Anthonioz
 Canada
Dominique Maltais
Maelle Ricker
 United States
Lindsey Jacobellis
Callan Chythlook-Sifsof
[40]
15 January 2012 Austria Bad Gastein, Austria Cancelled due to lack of snow, reschuduled to 19 January in Veysonnaz[2]
19 January 2012 Switzerland Veysonnaz, Switzerland  Lindsey Jacobellis (USA)  Aleksandra Zhekova (BUL)  Dominique Maltais (CAN) [41]
22 January 2012 Switzerland Veysonnaz, Switzerland  Lindsey Jacobellis (USA)  Dominique Maltais (CAN)  Aleksandra Zhekova (BUL) [42]
8 February 2012[nb 4] Canada Blue Mountain, Canada  Dominique Maltais (CAN)  Aleksandra Zhekova (BUL)  Maëlle Ricker (CAN) [43]
21 February 2012 Canada Stoneham, Canada  Maëlle Ricker (CAN)  Nelly Moenne Loccoz (FRA)  Déborah Anthonioz (FRA) [44]
14 March 2012 Italy Valmalenco, Italy  Maëlle Ricker (CAN)  Aleksandra Zhekova (BUL)  Nelly Moenne Loccoz (FRA) [45]
16 March 2012 Italy Valmalenco, Italy  Jacqueline Hernandez (USA)  Nelly Moenne Loccoz (FRA)  Zoe Gillings (GBR) [46]

Halfpipe[edit]

Date Place Winner Second Third Report
28 August 2011 New Zealand Cardrona, New Zealand  Cai Xuetong (CHN)  Holly Crawford (AUS)  Ursina Haller (SUI) [47]
3 November 2011 Switzerland Saas-Fee, Switzerland  Queralt Castellet (ESP)  Sophie Rodriguez (FRA)  Ursina Haller (SUI) [48]
17 December 2011 Finland Ruka, Finland  Lucile Lefevre (FRA)  Emma Bernard (FRA)  Ella Suitiala (FIN) [49]
23 February 2012 Canada Stoneham, Canada  Cai Xuetong (CHN)  Li Shuang (CHN)  Haruna Matsumoto (JPN) [50]
2 March 2012 Italy Bardonecchia, Italy Cancelled for economical reasons[3]

Slopestyle[edit]

Date Place Winner Second Third Report
4 February 2012 Slovakia Jasná, Slovakia Cancelled
26 February 2012 Canada Stoneham, Canada  Charlotte van Gils (NED)  Brooke Voigt (CAN)  Breanna Stangeland (CAN) [51]
4 March 2012 Italy Bardonecchia, Italy Cancelled for economical reasons[3]

source:[4]

Standings[edit]

Overall Men[edit]

Pos Athlete Points
1.  Janne Korpi (FIN) 3990
2.  Dimi de Jong (NED) 2940
3.  Petja Piiroinen (FIN) 1520
4.  Nathan Johnstone (AUS) 1500
5.  Taku Hiraoka (JPN) 1295

Overall Women[edit]

Pos Athlete Points
1.  Cai Xuetong (CHN) 2000
2.  Queralt Castellet (ESP) 1580
3.  Emma Bernard (FRA) 1320
4.  Li Shuang (CHN) 1300
5.  Lucile Lefevre (FRA) 1290

Parallel Slalom Men[edit]

Pos Athlete Points
1.  Andreas Prommegger (AUT) 6950
2.  Roland Fischnaller (ITA) 6930
3.  Benjamin Karl (AUT) 5506
4.  Simon Schoch (SUI) 4686
5.  Siegfried Grabner (AUT) 3880

Parallel Slalom Women[edit]

Pos Athlete Points
1.  Patrizia Kummer (SUI) 6840
2.  Amelie Kober (GER) 6180
3.  Julia Dujmovits (AUT) 5400
4.  Marion Kreiner (AUT) 5310
5.  Yekaterina Tudegesheva (RUS) 5070

Snowboard Cross Men[edit]

Pos Athlete Points
1.  Pierre Vaultier (FRA) 3852
2.  Andrey Boldykov (RUS) 2930
3.  Nate Holland (USA) 2340
4.  Konstantin Schad (GER) 2306
5.  David Speiser (GER) 2250

Snowboard Cross Women[edit]

Pos Athlete Points
1.  Dominique Maltais (CAN) 4200
2.  Maëlle Ricker (CAN) 3950
3.  Aleksandra Zhekova (BUL) 3760
4.  Nelly Moenne Loccoz (FRA) 3460
5.  Lindsey Jacobellis (USA) 3000

Halfpipe Men[edit]

Pos Athlete Points
1.  Janne Korpi (FIN) 2200
2.  Nathan Johnstone (AUS) 1500
3.  Dimi de Jong (NED) 1360
4.  Taku Hiraoka (JPN) 1295
5.  Markus Malin (FIN) 1150

Halfpipe Women[edit]

Pos Athlete Points
1.  Cai Xuetong (CHN) 2000
2.  Queralt Castellet (ESP) 1580
3.  Emma Bernard (FRA) 1320
4.  Li Shuang (CHN) 1300
5.  Lucile Lefevre (FRA) 1290

Big Air Men[edit]

Pos Athlete Points
1.  Janne Korpi (FIN) 1520
2.  Petja Piiroinen (FIN) 1280
3.  Niklas Mattsson (SWE) 1160
4.  Antoine Truchon (CAN) 1078
5.  Alexey Soblev (RUS) 1050

source:[5]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b Rescheduled from 3 December 2011.
  2. ^ a b Rescheduled from 4 December 2011.
  3. ^ a b Moved from Veysonnaz.
  4. ^ a b Subject to bid

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d "Carezza (ITA) postponed". fis-ski.com (Fédération Internationale de Ski). 25 November 2011. Retrieved 25 November 2011. 
  2. ^ a b "Bad Gastein (AUT) cancelled". fis-ski.com (Fédération Internationale de Ski). 3 January 2012. Retrieved 3 January 2012. 
  3. ^ a b c d "Bardonecchia (ITA) cancelled". fis-ski.com (Fédération Internationale de Ski). 14 December 2011. Retrieved 14 December 2011. 
  4. ^ a b "LG Snowboard World Cup Calendar 2011/12 Ladies/Men". FIS. Retrieved 11 October 2011. 
  5. ^ "FIS World Snowboard WorldCup Standings 2011/12 Ladies/Men". FIS. Retrieved 23 December 2011. 

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