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|— Alpine skier —|
Filip Flisar in 2008
September 28, 1987 |
|Height||1.81 m (5 ft 11 1⁄2 in)|
|World Cup debut||March 6, 2008|
|Teams||1 – (2010)|
|Teams||1 – (2011)|
|Discipline titles||1 – (1st in SX 2012)|
He started as alpine skier in fast disciplines. He competed in two FIS Junior World Ski Championships and a couple of FIS Ski European Cup events but with no success. So he rather joined FIS Freestyle Skiing World Cup.
His World Cup debut performance in 2007–08 FIS Freestyle Skiing World Cup season was a ski cross competition on March 6, 2008 in Grindelwald, Switzerland. In 2008–09 season he performed on his only one competition in halfpipe.
On January 11, 2012 in Alpe d'Huez he won his first World Cup victory. He won two more World Cup races in that season. In 2011–12 season he won the discipline title in ski cross and was 5th in Overall.
On December 13, 2012 in Telluride he won World Cup race. He has four World Cup wins in total. By the number of wins in Men's Ski Cross World Cup he is currently at 7th place in all time ranking.
At the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, he competed in men's ski cross, where he reached the semi finals. In the small final he placed second, behind Egor Korotkov, and ahead of Armin Niederer and Florian Eigler, thus ranking overall sixth in the competition.
|2011–12||Jan 11, 2012||Alpe d'Huez||Ski cross|
|Feb 26, 2012||Bischofswiesen||Ski cross|
|Mar 10, 2012||Grindelwald||Ski cross|
|2012–13||Dec 13, 2012||Telluride||Ski cross|
1 title (1 ski cross)
Winter Olympic Games
FIS Freestyle World Ski Championships
|11.||2011||Deer Valley||Ski cross|
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