FIS Snowboard World Cup

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The FIS Snowboard World Cup is an annual snowboarding competition, arranged by the International Ski Federation (FIS) since 1994.

Standings: Men[edit]

Overall[edit]

Season Winner Second Third
1995–96 United States Mike Jacoby Austria Stefan Wurzacher Netherlands Thedo Remmelink
1996–97 Austria Harald Walder Austria Peter Pechhacker United States Anton Pogue
1997–98 Austria Alexander Koller Sweden Richard Rikardsson Germany Dieter Moherndl
1998–99 France Mathieu Bozzetto Austria Stefan Kaltschütz United States Ross Powers
1999–00 France Mathieu Bozzetto France Nicolas Huet Austria Felix Stadler
2000–01 Canada Jasey-Jay Anderson Italy Walter Feichter France Nicolas Huet
2001–02 Canada Jasey-Jay Anderson France Mathieu Bozzetto France Nicolas Huet
2002–03 Canada Jasey-Jay Anderson Germany Markus Ebner Austria Lukas Grüner
2003–04 Canada Jasey-Jay Anderson Austria Dieter Krassnig Canada Drew Neilson
2005–06 Switzerland Simon Schoch Austria Siegfried Grabner Slovenia Rok Flander
2006–07 Switzerland Simon Schoch Austria Siegfried Grabner Finland Peetu Piiroinen
2007–08 Austria Benjamin Karl France Mathieu Bozzetto France Pierre Vaultier
2008–09 Austria Siegfried Grabner Austria Markus Schairer Austria Benjamin Karl
2009–10 Austria Benjamin Karl France Pierre Vaultier Austria Andreas Prommegger

Giant Slalom[edit]

Season Winner Second Third
1994–95 United States Mike Jacoby Austria Peter Pechhacker Netherlands Thedo Remmelink
1995–96 United States Mike Jacoby Austria Peter Pechhacker Austria Harald Walder
1996–97 Austria Peter Pechhacker Austria Harald Walder Canada Ross Rebagliati
1997–98 France Nicolas Conte Austria Peter Pechhacker Austria Harald Walder
1998–99 Austria Stefan Kaltschütz United States Jeff Archibald France Mathieu Bozzetto
1999–00 Austria Stefan Kaltschütz France Mathieu Bozzetto France Nicolas Huet
2000–01 Italy Walter Feichter Austria Stefan Kaltschütz Canada Jasey-Jay Anderson
2001–02 Slovenia Dejan Košir Germany Marcus Ebner Sweden Stephen Copp

Parallel Giant Slalom[edit]

Season Winner Second Third
1999–00 France Mathieu Bozzetto France Nicolas Huet Austria Felix Stadler
2001–02 Slovenia Dejan Košir France Mathieu Bozzetto Austria Siegfried Grabner

Slalom[edit]

Season Winner Second Third
1994–95 Italy Peter Pichler Netherlands Thedo Remmelink Germany Rainer Krug
1995–96 Italy Peter Pichler Austria Stefan Wurzacher France Maxence Idesheim
1996–97 Italy Karl Frenademez Austria Harald Walder United States Anton Pogue
1997–98 Sweden Richard Rikardsson Slovenia Dejan Košir Germany Dieter Moherndl
1998–99 France Mathieu Bozzetto France Mathieu Chiquet France Nicolas Huet

Parallel Slalom[edit]

Season Winner Second Third
2000–01 France Mathieu Bozzetto France Nicolas Huet Sweden Richard Rikardsson
2001–02 France Mathieu Bozzetto France Nicolas Huet Slovenia Dejan Košir

Halfpipe[edit]

Season Winner Second Third
1994–95 United States Lael Gregory United States Ross Powers Switzerland Ivan Zeller
1995–96 United States Ross Powers United States Rob Kingwill United States Dan Smith
1996–97 Sweden Jonas Gunnarsson United States Dan Smith Canada Trevor Andrew
1997–98 Sweden Fredrik Sterner Norway Klas Vangen Norway Kim Christiansen
1998–99 United States Ross Powers United States Tommy Czeschin Sweden Magnus Sterner
1999–00 Sweden Thomas Johansson Sweden Magnus Sterner Sweden Fredrik Sterner
2000–01 Sweden Magnus Sterner Sweden Stefan Karlsson Germany Jan Michaelis

Snowboard Cross[edit]

Season Winner Second Third
1996–97 Italy Elmar Messner Italy Alex Voyat Sweden Richard Rikardsson
1997–98 Austria Alexander Koller Sweden Daniel Biveson Canada Drew Neilson
1998–99 France Sylvain Duclos Sweden Magnus Sterner Canada Ben Wainwright
1999–00 Sweden Pontus Stahlkloo Switzerland Guillaume Nantermod Australia Zeke Steggall
2000–01 Sweden Pontus Stahlkloo Canada Jasey-Jay Anderson Austria Alexander Maier

Ladies[edit]

Overall[edit]

Season Winner Second Third
1995–96 France Karine Ruby Austria Manuela Riegler Austria Birgit Herbert
1996–97 France Karine Ruby United States Sondra Van Ert Austria Manuela Riegler
1997–98 France Karine Ruby Austria Manuela Riegler Austria Ursula Fingerlos
1998–99 Austria Manuela Riegler France Karine Ruby Austria Ursula Fingerlos
1999–00 Austria Manuela Riegler France Isabelle Blanc Italy Margherita Parini
2000–01 France Karine Ruby Italy Carmen Ranigler United States Rosey Fletcher

Giant Slalom[edit]

Season Winner Second Third
1994–95 France Karine Ruby Germany Amalie Kulawik Austria Alexandra Krings
1995–96 France Karine Ruby United States Sondra Van Ert Austria Ursula Fingerlos
1996–97 France Karine Ruby Italy Margherita Parini United States Sondra Van Ert
1997–98 France Karine Ruby France Isabelle Blanc Italy Lidia Trettel
1998–99 Italy Margherita Parini France Karine Ruby United States Sondra Van Ert
1999–00 Italy Margherita Parini France Karine Ruby Austria Manuela Riegler
2000–01 France Karine Ruby Italy Marion Posch United States Sondra Van Ert

Slalom[edit]

Year Gold Silver Bronze
1994–95  Marcella Boerma (NED)  Heidi Renoth (GER)  Karine Ruby (FRA)
1995–96  Karine Ruby (FRA)  Marcella Boerma (NED)  Manuela Riegler (AUT)
1996–97  Karine Ruby (FRA)  Heidi Renoth (GER)  Marion Posch (ITA)
1997–98  Karine Ruby (FRA)  Marion Posch (ITA)  Manuela Riegler (AUT)
1998–99  Marion Posch (ITA)  Karine Ruby (FRA)  Manuela Riegler (AUT)

Halfpipe[edit]

Year Gold Silver Bronze
1994–95  Sabrina Sadeghi (USA)  Annemarie Uliasz (USA)  Cammy Potter (USA)
1995–96  Carolien van Kilsdonk (NED)  Annemarie Uliasz (USA)  Lori Glazier (CAN)
1996–97  Tara Teigen (CAN)  Sabrina Sadeghi (USA)  Maëlle Ricker (CAN)
1997–98  Doriane Vidal (FRA)  Sabine Wehr-Hasler (GER)  Stine Brun Kjeldaas (NOR)
1998–99  Tricia Byrnes (USA)  Doriane Vidal (FRA)  Kim Stacey (USA)
1999–2000  Sabine Wehr-Hasler (GER)  Tricia Byrnes (USA)  Anna Hellman (SWE)
2000–01  Sabine Wehr-Hasler (GER)  Stine Brun Kjeldaas (NOR)  Lesley McKenna (GBR)

Snowboard Cross[edit]

Year Gold Silver Bronze
1996–97  Karine Ruby (FRA)  Manuela Riegler (AUT)  Sondra Van Ert (USA)
1997–98  Ursula Fingerlos (AUT)  Manuela Riegler (AUT)  Nicolien Sauerbreij (NED)
1998–99  Ursula Fingerlos (AUT)  Manuela Riegler (AUT)  Sophia Bergdahl (SWE)
1999–2000  Sandra Farmand (GER)  Carmen Ranigler (ITA)  Manuela Riegler (AUT)
2000–01  Karine Ruby (FRA)  Sandra Farmand (GER)  Marie Laissus (FRA)

Parallel Slalom[edit]

Year Gold Silver Bronze
1994–95  Marion Posch (ITA)  Heidi Renoth (GER)  Marcella Boerma (NED)
2000–01  Carmen Ranigler (ITA)  Karine Ruby (FRA)  Rosey Fletcher (USA)

Parallel Giant Slalom[edit]

Year Gold Silver Bronze
1999–2000  Isabelle Blanc (FRA)  Manuela Riegler (AUT)  Karine Ruby (FRA)

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