FIS Freestyle World Ski Championships 2005

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The 2005 FIS Freestyle World Ski Championships took place at the Rukatunturi ski resort in Kuusamo, Finland, between March 17th and March 20th. Five events were held for each sex, including half-pipe, skicross, aerials, moguls and dual moguls.

Results[edit]

Men's Results[edit]

Half-Pipe[edit]

The men's event took place on March 17th.[1]

Medal Name Nation Result
Gold medal icon.svg Mathias Wecxsteen  France 47.00
Silver medal icon.svg Loic Collumb-Patton  France 46.70
Bronze medal icon.svg Corey Vanular  Canada 44.00

Ski Cross[edit]

The men's event took place on March 18th.[2]

Medal Name Nation
Gold medal icon.svg Tomas Kraus  Czech Republic
Silver medal icon.svg Jesper Brugge  Sweden
Bronze medal icon.svg Audun Groenvold  Norway

Aerials[edit]

The men's event took place on March 18th.[3]

Medal Name Nation Result
Gold medal icon.svg Steve Omischl  Canada 258.98
Silver medal icon.svg Jeff Bean  Canada 253.61
Bronze medal icon.svg Alexei Grishin  Belarus 246.19

Moguls[edit]

The men's event took place on March 19th.[4]

Medal Name Nation Result
Gold medal icon.svg Nathan Roberts  United States 26.90
Silver medal icon.svg Marc-Andre Moreau  Canada 26.83
Bronze medal icon.svg Dale Begg-Smith  Australia 26.75

Dual Moguls[edit]

The men's event took place on March 20th.[5]

Medal Name Nation
Gold medal icon.svg Toby Dawson  United States
Silver medal icon.svg Sami Mustonen  Finland
Bronze medal icon.svg Jeremy Bloom  United States

Women's Results[edit]

Half-Pipe[edit]

The women's event took place on March 17th.[6]

Medal Name Nation Result
Gold medal icon.svg Sarah Burke  Canada 44.00
Silver medal icon.svg Kristi Leskinen  United States 39.70
Bronze medal icon.svg Grethe Eliassen  Norway 38.20

Ski Cross[edit]

The women's event took place on March 18th.[7]

Medal Name Nation
Gold medal icon.svg Karin Huttary  Austria
Silver medal icon.svg Magdelina Iljans  Sweden
Bronze medal icon.svg Ophelie David  France

Aerials[edit]

The women's event took place on March 18th.[8]

Medal Name Nation Result
Gold medal icon.svg Li Nina  China 197.37
Silver medal icon.svg Evelyne Leu   Switzerland 196.01
Bronze medal icon.svg Guo Xinxin  China 183.94

Moguls[edit]

The women's event took place on March 19th.[9]

Medal Name Nation Result
Gold medal icon.svg Hannah Kearney  United States 26.40
Silver medal icon.svg Nikola Sudová  Czech Republic 26.31
Bronze medal icon.svg Margarita Marbler  Austria 26.31

Dual Moguls[edit]

The women's event took place on March 20th.[10]

Medal Name Nation
Gold medal icon.svg Jennifer Heil  Canada
Silver medal icon.svg Kari Traa  Norway
Bronze medal icon.svg Aiko Uemura  Japan

References[edit]

  1. ^ "resultats". FIS-Ski. 2005-03-17. Retrieved 2009-03-29. 
  2. ^ "resultats". FIS-Ski. 2005-03-18. Retrieved 2009-03-29. 
  3. ^ "resultats". FIS-Ski. 2005-03-18. Retrieved 2009-03-29. 
  4. ^ "resultats". FIS-Ski. 2005-03-19. Retrieved 2009-03-29. 
  5. ^ "resultats". FIS-Ski. 2005-03-20. Retrieved 2009-03-29. 
  6. ^ "resultats". FIS-Ski. 2005-03-17. Retrieved 2009-03-29. 
  7. ^ "resultats". FIS-Ski. 2005-03-18. Retrieved 2009-03-29. 
  8. ^ "resultats". FIS-Ski. 2005-03-18. Retrieved 2009-03-29. 
  9. ^ "resultats". FIS-Ski. 2005-03-19. Retrieved 2009-03-29. 
  10. ^ "resultats". FIS-Ski. 2005-03-20. Retrieved 2009-03-29. 

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