2006–07 FIS Freestyle Skiing World Cup

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Freestyle Skiing World Cup 2006/07
Discipline Men Ladies
Overall Australia Dale Begg-Smith Canada Jennifer Heil
Moguls Australia Dale Begg-Smith Canada Jennifer Heil
Dual moguls Australia Dale Begg-Smith Canada Jennifer Heil
Aerials Canada Steve Omischl Australia Jacqui Cooper
Ski Cross Switzerland Audun Groenvold France Ophélie David
Halfpipe Finland Kalle Leinonen United States Jessica Cumming
Nations Cup  Canada
Competition
Locations 9 9
Individual 20 19
Cancelled 10 11
← 2005/06 2007/08 →

The 2006/07 FIS Freestyle Skiing World Cup was the twenty eight World Cup season in freestyle skiing organised by International Ski Federation. The season started on 9 December 2006 and ended on 3 March 2007.[1][2] This season included five disciplines: aerials, moguls, dual moguls, ski cross and halfpipe.

Dual mogul events returned on world cup calendar as a separate title from moguls for last time.

Men[edit]

Moguls[edit]

Num Season Date Place Event Winner Second Third
31 1 13 January 2007 United States Deer Valley DM France Guilbaut Colas Canada Vincent Marquis Sweden Per Spett
32 2 6 February 2007 France La Plagne DM Australia Dale Begg-Smith Canada Pierre-Alexandre Rousseau France Guilbaut Colas
33 3 18 February 2007 Japan Inawashiro DM Australia Dale Begg-Smith Finland Mikko Ronkainen France Guilbaut Colas
14 December 2006 France Tignes MO rescheduled to La Plagne
248 1 6 January 2007 Canada Mont Gabriel MO Australia Dale Begg-Smith France Guilbaut Colas Canada Alexandre Bilodeau
249 2 11 January 2007 United States Deer Valley MO United States Nathan Roberts France Grégoire Dufosse Japan Osamu Ueno
18 January 2007 United States Lake Placid MO cancelled
2 February 2007 Czech Republic Špindlerův Mlýn MO rescheduled to Voss
250 3 5 February 2007[nb 1] France La Plagne MO Finland Sami Mustonen Canada Alexandre Bilodeau Australia Dale Begg-Smith
251 4 17 February 2007 Japan Inawashiro MO United States Nathan Roberts United States Jay Bowman-Kirigin Japan Yugo Tsukita
252 5 24 February 2007 Canada Apex MO Australia Dale Begg-Smith Canada Alexandre Bilodeau Canada Maxime Gingras
253 6 2 March 2007[nb 2] Norway Voss MO Australia Dale Begg-Smith Japan Nobuyuki Nishi Canada Alexandre Bilodeau
254 7 3 March 2007 Norway Voss MO Australia Dale Begg-Smith Finland Sami Mustonen United States David Babic

Aerials[edit]

Num Season Date Place Event Winner Second Third
2 December 2006 Australia Mount Buller AE cancelled
3 December 2006 Australia Mount Buller AE
249 1 9 December 2006 China Beida Lake AE United States Ryan St. Onge China Xiaopeng Han Canada Jeff Bean
250 2 10 December 2006 China Beida Lake AE Canada Steve Omischl Belarus Timofei Slivets Belarus Alexei Grishin
251 3 7 January 2007 Canada Mont Gabriel AE Canada Cord Spero Canada Ryan Blais United States Jeret Peterson
252 4 11 January 2007[nb 3] United States Deer Valley AE United States Jeret Peterson Canada Steve Omischl China Qui Sen
253 5 12 January 2007 United States Deer Valley AE United States Jeret Peterson Belarus Anton Kushnir Ukraine Stanislav Kravchuk
20 January 2007 United States Lake Placid AE rescheduled to Deer Valley
3 February 2007 Czech Republic Špindlerův Mlýn AE cancelled
254 6 25 February 2007 Canada Apex AE Canada Steve Omischl Canada Kyle Nissen United States Jeret Peterson

Ski Cross[edit]

Num Season Date Place Event Winner Second Third
17 December 2006 Austria Kreischberg SX cancelled
23 1 10 January 2007 France Flaine SX Norway Audun Grønvold Japan Hiroomi Takizawa Czech Republic Tomáš Kraus
24 2 2 February 2007 France Les Contamines SX Norway Audun Grønvold Czech Republic Tomáš Kraus Sweden Eric Iljans
4 February 2007 Czech Republic Špindlerův Mlýn SX cancelled
25 3 16 February 2007 Japan Inawashiro SX Japan Hiroomi Takizawa Czech Republic Tomáš Kraus Switzerland Michael Schmid

Halfpipe[edit]

Num Season Date Place Event Winner Second Third
14 January 2007 France Les Contamines HP cancelled
6 1 23 February 2007 Canada Apex HP Finland Kalle Leinonen Finland Antti-Jussi Kempainen Canada Josh Bibby
2 March 2007 Norway Voss HP cancelled

Ladies[edit]

Moguls[edit]

Num Season Date Place Event Winner Second Third
31 1 13 January 2007 United States Deer Valley DM Canada Kristi Richards Canada Jennifer Heil United States Hannah Kearney
32 2 6 February 2007 France La Plagne DM Canada Jennifer Heil Norway Ingrid Berntsen Sweden Sara Kjellin
18 January 2007 Japan Inawashiro DM cancelled
14 December 2006 France Tignes MO rescheduled to La Plagne
248 1 6 January 2007 Canada Mont Gabriel MO United States Shannon Bahrke Sweden Sara Kjellin Austria Margarita Marbler
249 2 11 January 2007 United States Deer Valley MO United States Shannon Bahrke Canada Jennifer Heil United States Hannah Kearney
18 January 2007 United States Lake Placid MO cancelled
2 February 2007 Czech Republic Špindlerův Mlýn MO rescheduled to Voss
250 3 5 February 2007[nb 4] France La Plagne MO Canada Jennifer Heil Italy Deborah Scanzio Austria Margarita Marbler
251 4 17 February 2007 Japan Inawashiro MO Canada Jennifer Heil United States Michelle Roark Canada Stéphanie St-Pierre
252 5 24 February 2007 Canada Apex MO Canada Jennifer Heil United States Shanon Bahrke Canada Kristi Richards
253 6 2 March 2007[nb 5] Norway Voss MO Canada Jennifer Heil Austria Margarita Marbler Canada Stéphanie St-Pierre
254 7 3 March 2007 Norway Voss MO Canada Jennifer Heil Austria Margarita Marbler Canada Kristi Richards

Aerials[edit]

Num Season Date Place Event Winner Second Third
2 December 2006 Australia Mount Buller AE cancelled
3 December 2006 Australia Mount Buller AE
251 1 9 December 2006 China Beida Lake AE China Nina Li China Xin Zhang China Jiao Wang
252 2 10 December 2006 China Beida Lake AE China Nina Li Australia Jacqui Cooper China Xu Mengtao
253 3 7 January 2007 Canada Mont Gabriel AE Australia Jacqui Cooper Switzerland Manuela Müller Canada Veronika Bauer
254 4 11 January 2007[nb 6] United States Deer Valley AE Australia Jacqui Cooper China Nina Li Belarus Alla Tsuper
255 5 12 January 2007 United States Deer Valley AE Switzerland Evelyne Leu China Nina Li China Xinxin Guo
20 January 2007 United States Lake Placid AE rescheduled to Deer Valley
3 February 2007 Czech Republic Špindlerův Mlýn AE cancelled
256 6 25 February 2007 Canada Apex AE Australia Jacqui Cooper China Shuang Cheng China Nina Li

Ski Cross[edit]

Num Season Date Place Event Winner Second Third
17 December 2006 Austria Kreischberg SX cancelled
23 1 10 January 2007 France Flaine SX Sweden Magdalena Iljans France Ophélie David Czech Republic Seraina Murk
24 2 2 February 2007 France Les Contamines SX France Méryll Boulangeat France Ophélie David Austria Katharina Gutensohn
4 February 2007 Czech Republic Špindlerův Mlýn SX cancelled
25 3 16 February 2007 Japan Inawashiro SX France Ophélie David Sweden Magdalena Iljans France Méryll Boulangeat

Halfpipe[edit]

Num Season Date Place Event Winner Second Third
14 January 2007 Japan Les Contamines HP cancelled
6 1 23 February 2007 Canada Apex HP Canada Jessica Cuming Australia Davina Williams United States Jen Hudak
2 March 2007 Norway Voss HP cancelled

Men's standings[edit]

Ladies' standings[edit]

Nations Cup[edit]

Footnotes[edit]

  1. ^ replaces moguls event from Tignes for men.
  2. ^ replaces moguls event from Špindlerův Mlýn for men.
  3. ^ replaces aerials event from Lake Placid for men.
  4. ^ replaces moguls event from Tignes for ladies.
  5. ^ replaces moguls event from Špindlerův Mlýn for ladies.
  6. ^ replaces aerials event from Lake Placid for ladies.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "FIS Calendar". FIS. Retrieved 9 November 2012. 
  2. ^ "Cup standings". FIS. Retrieved 9 November 2012.