2017–18 FIS Freestyle Ski World Cup

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Freestyle Ski World Cup 2017/18
Discipline Men Ladies
Overall Canada Mikael Kingsbury Sweden Sandra Näslund
Moguls Canada Mikael Kingsbury France Perrine Laffont
Aerials Russia Maxim Burov China Xu Mengtao
Ski Cross Switzerland Marc Bischofberger Sweden Sandra Näslund
Halfpipe United States Alex Ferreira Canada Cassie Sharpe
Slopestyle Switzerland Andri Ragettli Sweden Jennie-Lee Burmansson
Big Air Norway Christian Nummedal Italy Silvia Bertagna
Cross Alps Tour Switzerland Marc Bischofberger Sweden Sandra Näslund
Nations Cup Canada Canada Canada Canada
Nations Cup overall Canada Canada
Competition
Locations 33 33
Individual 46 46
Cancelled 2 2

The 2017/18 FIS Freestyle Skiing World Cup was the 39th World Cup season in freestyle skiing organised by International Ski Federation. The season started on 27 August 2017 ended on 24 March 2018. This season included six disciplines: moguls, aerials, ski cross, halfpipe, slopestyle and big air.

Men[edit]

Ski Cross[edit]

Num Season Date Place Event Winner Second Third Ref.
133 1 7 December 2017   France Val Thorens SX Canada Christopher Del Bosco France Arnaud Bovolenta France Terence Tchiknavorian [1]
9 December 2017   France Val Thorens SX cancelled; heavy snow, fog and wind
134 2 12 December 2017   Switzerland Arosa SX Sweden Viktor Andersson Canada Kevin Drury Sweden Victor Öhling Norberg [2]
135 3 15 December 2017   Austria Montafon SX Russia Sergey Ridzik France Terence Tchiknavorian France Jean-Frédéric Chapuis [3]
136 4 21 December 2017   Italy Innichen SX Switzerland Marc Bischofberger Austria Christoph Wahrstötter Austria Thomas Zangerl [4]
137 5 22 December 2017   Italy Innichen SX Switzerland Marc Bischofberger Sweden Viktor Andersson Switzerland Alex Fiva [5]
2nd Cross Alps Tour Overall (8–22 December 2017) Switzerland Marc Bischofberger France Terence Tchiknavorian Sweden Viktor Andersson [6]
138 6 13 January 2018   Sweden Idre SX Switzerland Alex Fiva Switzerland Marc Bischofberger France Jean-Frédéric Chapuis [7]
139 7 14 January 2018   Sweden Idre SX France Jean-Frédéric Chapuis Switzerland Alex Fiva France Jonas Devouassoux [8]
140 8 20 January 2018   Canada Nakiska SX Germany Paul Eckert Austria Christoph Wahrstoetter Switzerland Marc Bischofberger [9]
141 9 3 March 2018   Russia Sunny Valley SX Switzerland Jonas Lenherr Canada Kevin Drury France Jean-Frédéric Chapuis [10]
142 10 4 March 2018   Russia Sunny Valley SX Canada Kevin Drury Switzerland Jonas Lenherr Slovenia Filip Flisar [11]
17 March 2018   France Megève SX cancelled due to heavy snow

Moguls[edit]

Num Season Date Place Event Winner Second Third Ref.
325 1 9 December 2017   Finland Ruka MO Canada Mikael Kingsbury Kazakhstan Dmitriy Reikherd Kazakhstan Pavel Kolmakov [12]
326 2 21 December 2017   China Thaiwoo MO Canada Mikael Kingsbury Australia Matt Graham United States Troy Murphy [13]
327 3 22 December 2017   China Thaiwoo MO Canada Mikael Kingsbury Kazakhstan Dmitriy Reikherd Australia Matt Graham [14]
328 4 6 January 2018   Canada Calgary MO Canada Mikael Kingsbury Kazakhstan Dmitriy Reikherd Australia Matt Graham [15]
329 5 10 January 2018   United States Deer Valley MO Canada Mikael Kingsbury Japan Shō Endō United States Bradley Wilson [16]
330 6 11 January 2018   United States Deer Valley MO Canada Mikael Kingsbury Kazakhstan Dmitriy Reikherd Australia Matt Graham [17]
331 7 20 January 2018   Canada Tremblant MO Japan Ikuma Horishima Canada Mikael Kingsbury Kazakhstan Dmitriy Reikherd [18]
332 8 3 March 2018   Japan Tazawako MO Japan Ikuma Horishima Canada Mikael Kingsbury Kazakhstan Dmitriy Reikherd [19]
68 1 4 March 2018   Japan Tazawako DM Japan Ikuma Horishima Canada Mikael Kingsbury Kazakhstan Dmitriy Reikherd [20]
10 March 2018   Switzerland Airolo DM cancelled due to heavy fog, will not be rescheduled
69 2 18 March 2018   France Megève DM Canada Mikael Kingsbury France Benjamin Cavet United States Bradley Wilson [21]

Slopestyle[edit]

Num Season Date Place Event Winner Second Third Ref.
23 1 27 August 2017   New Zealand Cardrona SS United Kingdom James Woods Switzerland Andri Ragettli Switzerland Fabian Bösch [22]
24 2 26 November 2017   Austria Stubai SS Norway Øystein Bråten Canada Evan McEachran United States Colby Stevenson [23]
25 3 23 December 2017   France Font-Romeu SS Sweden Oscar Wester Norway Ferdinand Dahl Norway Øystein Bråten [24]
26 4 13 January 2018   United States Snowmass SS Switzerland Andri Ragettli Norway Ferdinand Dahl Norway Øystein Bråten [25]
27 5 21 January 2018   United States Mammoth Mountain SS Canada Teal Harle Switzerland Andri Ragettli Canada Evan McEachran [26]
28 6 3 March 2018   Switzerland Silvaplana SS United States Alexander Hall Switzerland Andri Ragettli Norway Ferdinand Dahl [27]
29 7 16 March 2018   Italy Seiser Alm SS United States Nick Goepper Switzerland Andri Ragettli United Kingdom James Woods [28]
25 March 2018   Canada Stoneham/Quebec SS cancelled

Halfpipe[edit]

Num Season Date Place Event Winner Second Third Ref.
38 1 1 September 2017   New Zealand Cardrona HP United States Alex Ferreira France Kévin Rolland Canada Simon d’Artois [29]
39 2 8 December 2017   United States Copper Mountain HP United States David Wise Canada Noah Bowman Canada Simon d’Artois [30]
40 3 22 December 2017   China Beijing/Secret Garden HP France Thomas Krief Switzerland Joel Gisler Switzerland Robin Briguet [31]
41 4 12 January 2018   United States Snowmass HP United States David Wise United States Alex Ferreira United States Aaron Blunck [32]
42 5 19 January 2018   United States Mammoth Mountain HP United States Kyle Smaine United States Alex Ferreira United States Torin Yater-Wallace [33]
17 March 2018   Austria Kühtai HP cancelled
43 6 22 March 2018   France Tignes HP Canada Noah Bowman United States Alex Ferreira Canada Simon d’Artois [34]

Aerials[edit]

Num Season Date Place Event Winner Second Third Ref.
325 1 16 December 2017   China Beijing/Secret Garden AE China Jia Zongyang Belarus Maxim Gustik Canada Lewis Irving [35]
326 2 17 December 2017   China Beijing/Secret Garden AE China Jia Zongyang China Qi Guangpu Belarus Anton Kushnir [36]
327 3 6 January 2018   Russia Moscow AE Belarus Anton Kushnir Russia Ilya Burov Russia Stanislav Nikitin [37]
328 4 12 January 2018   United States Deer Valley AE Russia Maxim Burov China Qi Guangpu Belarus Anton Kushnir [38]
329 5 19 January 2018   United States Lake Placid AE China Jia Zongyang Ukraine Oleksandr Abramenko Canada Olivier Rochon [39]
330 6 20 January 2018   United States Lake Placid AE Russia Maxim Burov Belarus Anton Kushnir Japan Naoya Tabara [40]

Big Air[edit]

Num Season Date Place Event Winner Second Third Ref.
5 August 2017   Chile El Colorado BA cancelled
3 November 2017   Denmark Copenhagen BA
8 1 18 November 2017   Italy Milan BA Switzerland Elias Ambühl Sweden Hugo Burvall Switzerland Andri Ragettli [41]
9 2 1 December 2017   Germany Mönchengladbach BA Norway Christian Nummedal Sweden Oscar Wester Norway Oystein Braaten [42]
10 3 24 March 2018   Canada Stoneham/Quebec BA Norway Christian Nummedal Sweden Hugo Burvall Canada Teal Harle [43]

Ladies[edit]

Ski Cross[edit]

Num Season Date Place Event Winner Second Third Ref.
134 1 7 December 2017   France Val Thorens SX Sweden Sandra Näslund Germany Heidi Zacher Canada Kelsey Serwa [44]
9 December 2017   France Val Thorens SX cancelled; heavy snow, fog and wind
135 2 12 December 2017   Switzerland Arosa SX Sweden Sandra Näslund Germany Heidi Zacher Canada Brittany Phelan [45]
136 3 15 December 2017   Austria Montafon SX Switzerland Fanny Smith Germany Heidi Zacher Sweden Sandra Näslund [46]
137 4 21 December 2017   Italy Innichen SX Germany Heidi Zacher Canada Georgia Simmerling Sweden Sandra Näslund [47]
138 5 22 December 2017   Italy Innichen SX Sweden Sandra Näslund France Marielle Berger-Sabbatel Germany Heidi Zacher [48]
2nd Cross Alps Tour Overall (8–22 December 2017) Sweden Sandra Näslund Germany Heidi Zacher Canada Georgia Simmerling [49]
139 6 13 January 2018   Sweden Idre SX Sweden Sandra Näslund France Marielle Berger-Sabbatel Canada India Sherret [50]
140 7 14 January 2018   Sweden Idre SX Sweden Sandra Näslund Switzerland Fanny Smith Germany Heidi Zacher [51]
141 8 20 January 2018   Canada Nakiska SX Sweden Sandra Näslund France Marielle Berger-Sabbatel France Alizée Baron [52]
142 9 3 March 2018   Russia Sunny Valley SX Switzerland Fanny Smith Canada Brittany Phelan Austria Katrin Ofner [53]
143 10 4 March 2018   Russia Sunny Valley SX Sweden Sandra Näslund Canada Brittany Phelan Switzerland Fanny Smith [54]
17 March 2018   France Megève SX cancelled due to heavy snow

Moguls[edit]

Num Season Date Place Event Winner Second Third Ref.
326 1 9 December 2017   Finland Ruka MO Australia Britteny Cox Canada Audrey Robichaud Russia Marika Pertakhiya [55]
327 2 21 December 2017   China Thaiwoo MO United States Jaelin Kauf Kazakhstan Yulia Galysheva Canada Andi Naude [56]
328 3 22 December 2017   China Thaiwoo MO Kazakhstan Yulia Galysheva United States Jaelin Kauf Canada Andi Naude [57]
329 4 6 January 2018   Canada Calgary MO Australia Britteny Cox France Perrine Laffont Canada Justine Dufour-Lapointe [58]
330 5 10 January 2018   United States Deer Valley MO France Perrine Laffont United States Jaelin Kauf United States Morgan Schild [59]
331 6 11 January 2018   United States Deer Valley MO United States Jaelin Kauf France Perrine Laffont United States Morgan Schild [60]
332 7 20 January 2018   Canada Tremblant MO Canada Justine Dufour-Lapointe Canada Andi Naude Kazakhstan Yulia Galysheva [61]
333 8 3 March 2018   Japan Tazawako MO France Perrine Laffont Canada Justine Dufour-Lapointe United States Keaton McCargo [62]
67 1 4 March 2018   Japan Tazawako DM United States Tess Johnson Australia Britteny Cox Germany Laura Grasemann [63]
10 March 2018   Switzerland Airolo DM cancelled due to heavy fog, will not be rescheduled
68 2 18 March 2018   France Megève DM United States Jaelin Kauf France Perrine Laffont Canada Justine Dufour-Lapointe [64]

Slopestyle[edit]

Num Season Date Place Event Winner Second Third Ref.
23 1 27 August 2017   New Zealand Cardrona SS Estonia Kelly Sildaru Switzerland Giulia Tanno Sweden Jennie-Lee Burmansson [65]
24 2 26 November 2017   Austria Stubai SS Sweden Jennie-Lee Burmansson United Kingdom Katie Summerhayes United States Caroline Claire [66]
25 3 23 December 2017   France Font-Romeu SS France Tess Ledeux Sweden Jennie-Lee Burmansson Norway Tiril Sjåstad Christiansen [67]
26 4 13 January 2018   United States Snowmass SS Norway Johanne Killi United States Maggie Voisin United Kingdom Isabel Atkin [68]
27 5 21 January 2018   United States Mammoth Mountain SS Norway Tiril Sjåstad Christiansen Sweden Jennie-Lee Burmansson United States Caroline Claire [69]
28 6 3 March 2018   Switzerland Silvaplana SS France Tess Ledeux Norway Johanne Killi Sweden Jennie-Lee Burmansson [70]
29 7 16 March 2018   Italy Seiser Alm SS United States Caroline Claire United Kingdom Isabel Atkin Canada Yuki Tsubota [71]
25 March 2018   Canada Stoneham/Quebec SS cancelled

Halfpipe[edit]

Num Season Date Place Event Winner Second Third Ref.
38 1 1 September 2017   New Zealand Cardrona HP Canada Cassie Sharpe Estonia Kelly Sildaru France Marie Martinod [72]
39 2 8 December 2017   United States Copper Mountain HP France Marie Martinod United States Devin Logan China Zhang Kexin [73]
40 3 22 December 2017   China Beijing/Secret Garden HP China Zhang Kexin Japan Yurie Watabe Russia Valeriya Demidova [74]
41 4 12 January 2018   United States Snowmass HP Canada Cassie Sharpe United States Brita Sigourney Japan Ayana Onozuka [75]
42 5 19 January 2018   United States Mammoth Mountain HP United States Brita Sigourney United States Maddie Bowman United States Devin Logan [76]
17 March 2018   Austria Kühtai HP cancelled
43 6 22 March 2018   France Tignes HP Canada Cassie Sharpe France Marie Martinod United States Brita Sigourney [77]

Aerials[edit]

Num Season Date Place Event Winner Second Third Ref.
328 1 16 December 2017   China Beijing/Secret Garden AE Belarus Hanna Huskova China Xu Mengtao United States Ashley Caldwell [78]
329 2 17 December 2017   China Beijing/Secret Garden AE Australia Danielle Scott China Xu Mengtao Russia Kristina Spiridonova [79]
330 3 6 January 2018   Russia Moscow AE United States Kiley McKinnon Belarus Aliaksandra Ramanouskaya Russia Alexandra Orlova [80]
331 4 12 January 2018   United States Deer Valley AE China Xu Mengtao Russia Kristina Spiridonova China Kong Fanyu [81]
332 5 19 January 2018   United States Lake Placid AE Australia Lydia Lassila Belarus Hanna Huskova Australia Laura Peel [82]
333 6 20 January 2018   United States Lake Placid AE China Xu Mengtao Australia Lydia Lassila Australia Laura Peel [83]

Big Air[edit]

Num Season Date Place Event Winner Second Third Ref.
5 August 2017   Chile El Colorado BA cancelled
3 November 2017   Denmark Copenhagen BA
8 1 18 November 2017   Italy Milan BA France Coline Ballet Baz Norway Johanne Killi Switzerland Giulia Tanno [84]
9 2 1 December 2017   Germany Mönchengladbach BA Switzerland Giulia Tanno Switzerland Sarah Höfflin Chile Dominique Ohaco [85]
10 3 24 March 2018   Canada Stoneham//Quebec BA Canada Dara Howell Italy Silvia Bertagna Canada Megan Cressey [86]

Team[edit]

Num Season Date Place Event Winner Second Third Ref.
5 1 17 December 2017 China Beijing/Secret Garden AET  China
Xu Mengtao
Qi Guangpu
Jia Zongyang
 Australia
Samantha Wells
Danielle Scott
David Morris
 Russia
Liubov Nikitina
Ilya Burov
Maxim Burov
[87]

Men's standings[edit]

Ladies' standings[edit]

Nations Cup[edit]

References[edit]

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