FIS Freestyle World Ski Championships 2011

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FIS Freestyle World Ski Championships 2011
Freestyle skiing pictogram.svg
Moguls men women
Dual moguls men women
Ski cross men women
Halfpipe   men   women
Slopestyle   men   women
Aerials men women

The 2011 FIS Freestyle World Ski Championships were held at Deer Valley Resort, together with Park City Mountain Resort. The 2011 FIS Freestyle World Championships took place from January 30 until February 7, 2011, and included aerials, moguls, dual moguls and ski cross competitions at Deer Valley Resort and the slopestyle and ski halfpipe competitions at Park City Mountain Resort.[1] Deer Valley previously held the World Championships in 2003.

Results[edit]

Men's events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Moguls
details
Guilbaut Colas
 France (FRA)
26.26 Alexandre Bilodeau
 Canada (CAN)
25.66 Mikaël Kingsbury
 Canada (CAN)
25.57
Dual moguls
details
Alexandre Bilodeau
 Canada (CAN)
Mikaël Kingsbury
 Canada (CAN)
Nobuyuki Nishi
 Japan (JPN)
Aerials
details
Warren Shouldice
 Canada (CAN)
253.66 Qi Guangpu
 China (CHN)
250.95 Anton Kushnir
 Belarus (BLE)
249.63
Halfpipe
details
Mike Riddle
 Canada (CAN)
45.6 Kevin Rolland
 France (FRA)
45.2 Simon Dumont
 United States (USA)
43.2
Slopestyle
details
Alex Schlopy
 United States (USA)
41.8 Sam Carlson
 United States (USA)
41.5 Russell Henshaw
 Australia (AUS)
41.2
Ski cross
details
Christopher Del Bosco
 Canada (CAN)
Jouni Pellinen
 Finland (FIN)
Andreas Matt
 Austria (AUT)

Women's events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Moguls
details
Jennifer Heil
 Canada (CAN)
24.35 Hannah Kearney
 United States (USA)
24.31 Kristi Richards
 Canada (CAN)
23.71
Dual moguls
details
Jennifer Heil
 Canada (CAN)
Chloé Dufour-Lapointe
 Canada (CAN)
Hannah Kearney
 United States (USA)
Aerials
details
Shuang Cheng
 China (CHN)
188.40 Xu Mengtao
 China (CHN)
188.23 Olha Volkova
 Ukraine (UKR)
178.59
Halfpipe
details
Rosalind Groenewoud
 Canada (CAN)
44.7 Jen Hudak
 United States (USA)
42.1 Keltie Hansen
 Canada (CAN)
38.8
Slopestyle
details
Anna Segal
 Australia (AUS)
43.4 Kaya Turski
 Canada (CAN)
41.7 Keri Herman
 United States (USA)
41.0
Ski cross
details
Kelsey Serwa
 Canada (CAN)
Julia Murray
 Canada (CAN)
Anna Holmlund
 Sweden (SWE)

Medal table[edit]

Key
  The host country is highlighted in lavender blue.
Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Canada 8 5 3 16
2  United States 1 3 3 7
3  China 1 2 0 3
4  France 1 1 0 2
5  Australia 1 0 1 2
6  Finland 0 1 0 1
7  Austria 0 0 1 1
7  Belarus 0 0 1 1
7  Japan 0 0 1 1
7  Sweden 0 0 1 1
7  Ukraine 0 0 1 1
Total 12 12 12 36

Participating nations[edit]

313 athletes representing 36 countries competed.[2] The British Virgin Islands made its debut.

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