2017–18 FIS Snowboard World Cup

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2017–18 FIS Snowboard World Cup (leading)
Discipline Men Ladies
Parallel overall Switzerland Nevin Galmarini Czech Republic Ester Ledecká
Parallel giant slalom Switzerland Nevin Galmarini Czech Republic Ester Ledecká
Parallel slalom Italy Roland Fischnaller Russia Ekaterina Tudegesheva
Freestyle overall United States Chris Corning Japan Miyabi Onitsuka
Snowboard cross France Pierre Vaultier Italy Michela Moioli
Halfpipe Japan Yūto Totsuka United States Chloe Kim
Slopestyle United States Chris Corning Russia Sofya Fyodorova
Big Air United States Chris Corning Austria Anna Gasser
Competition
Locations 29 29
Individual 39 39
Team 3 3
Mixed 3 3
Cancelled 1 1

The 2017–18 FIS Snowboard World Cup was the 24th World Cup season in snowboarding organised by International Ski Federation. The season started on 4 September 2017 in Cardrona, New Zealand and concluded on 24 March 2018 in Quebec City, Canada. Competitions consisted of parallel slalom, parallel giant slalom, snowboard cross, halfpipe, slopestyle and big air.

Men[edit]

Snowboard Cross[edit]

Date Place Event Winner Second Third Ref.
9 September 2017   Argentina Cerro Catedral SBX Australia Alex Pullin Italy Emanuel Perathoner United States Jonathan Cheever [1]
10 September 2017   Argentina Cerro Catedral SBX Australia Alex Pullin Austria Alessandro Hämmerle United States Mick Dierdorff [2]
13 December 2017   France Val Thorens SBX Germany Paul Berg Australia Adam Lambert Spain Lucas Eguibar [3]
16 December 2017   Austria Montafon SBX Australia Jarryd Hughes Austria Alessandro Hämmerle Austria Markus Schairer [4]
22 December 2017   Italy Cervinia SBX Italy Omar Visintin France Pierre Vaultier Australia Alex Pullin [5]
20 January 2018   Turkey Erzurum SBX Italy Omar Visintin France Pierre Vaultier Austria Alessandro Hämmerle [6]
27 January 2018   Bulgaria Bansko (sprint) SBX France Pierre Vaultier Canada Chris Robanske Austria Alessandro Hämmerle [7]
3 February 2018   Germany Feldberg SBX Austria Julian Lüftner France Pierre Vaultier France Ken Vuagnoux [8]
4 February 2018   Germany Feldberg SBX France Pierre Vaultier Italy Michele Godino Germany Paul Berg [9]
3 March 2018   Spain La Molina SBX Austria Alessandro Hämmerle Austria Hanno Douschan Italy Emanuel Perathoner [10]
10 March 2018   Russia Moscow SBX Austria Alessandro Hämmerle France Pierre Vaultier Italy Omar Visintin [11]
17 March 2018   Switzerland Veysonnaz SBX United States Nate Holland United States Mick Dierdorff Spain Lucas Eguibar [12]

Parallel[edit]

Date Place Event Winner Second Third Ref.
14 December 2017   Italy Carezza PGS Russia Andrey Sobolev Switzerland Nevin Galmarini Switzerland Dario Caviezel [13]
15 December 2017   Italy Cortina d'Ampezzo PGS Austria Alexander Payer Italy Roland Fischnaller France Sylvain Dufour [14]
16 December 2017   Italy Cortina d'Ampezzo (night) PSL Italy Roland Fischnaller Italy Edwin Coratti Russia Dmitry Loginov [15]
5 January 2018   Austria Lackenhof PGS Switzerland Nevin Galmarini Slovenia Rok Marguč Austria Alexander Payer [16]
12 January 2018   Austria Bad Gastein PSL Russia Dmitry Loginov Russia Andrey Sobolev Italy Maurizio Bormolini [17]
20 January 2018   Slovenia Rogla PGS Austria Andreas Prommegger Italy Edwin Coratti Austria Benjamin Karl [18]
21 January 2018   Slovenia Rogla PGS Austria Benjamin Karl Bulgaria Radoslav Yankov Italy Roland Fischnaller [19]
26 January 2018   Bulgaria Bansko PGS Canada Jasey-Jay Anderson Switzerland Nevin Galmarini Italy Edwin Coratti [20]
28 January 2018   Bulgaria Bansko PGS Switzerland Nevin Galmarini Italy Edwin Coratti Austria Andreas Prommegger [21]
3 March 2018   Turkey Kayseri PGS Germany Stefan Baumeister Italy Edwin Coratti Slovenia Tim Mastnak [22]
10 March 2018   Switzerland Scuol PGS Slovenia Tim Mastnak Poland Oskar Kwiatkowski Switzerland Nevin Galmarini [23]
17 March 2018   Germany Winterberg PSL Italy Roland Fischnaller Austria Sebastian Kislinger Slovenia Rok Marguč [24]

Big Air[edit]

Date Place Event Winner Second Third Ref.
4 November 2017   Denmark Copenhagen BA cancelled due to organizational issues
11 November 2017   Italy Milan BA United States Chris Corning United States Redmond Gerard United States Kyle Mack [25]
25 November 2017   China Beijing BA Canada Mark McMorris New Zealand Tiarn Collins Norway Torgeir Bergrem [26]
2 December 2017   Germany Mönchengladbach BA Norway Marcus Kleveland Japan Yūri Ōkubo Finland Kalle Järvilehto [27]
10 December 2017   United States Cooper Mountain BA Norway Mons Røisland United States Chris Corning United States Chandler Hunt [28]
24 March 2018   Canada Stoneham/Quebec City BA Canada Max Parrot Switzerland Jonas Bösiger Canada Antoine Truchon [29]

Halfpipe[edit]

Date Place Event Winner Second Third Ref.
8 September 2017   New Zealand Cardrona HP Japan Yūto Totsuka Japan Ayumu Hirano Switzerland Patrick Burgener [30]
9 December 2017   United States Cooper Mountain HP Japan Ayumu Hirano United States Ben Ferguson United States Shaun White [31]
21 December 2017   China Beijing/Secret Garden HP Japan Ayumu Hirano Japan Raibu Katayama Japan Yūto Totsuka [32]
13 January 2018   United States Snowmass HP United States Shaun White Australia Scotty James Japan Yūto Totsuka [33]
20 January 2018   Switzerland Laax HP Switzerland Iouri Podladtchikov Japan Yūto Totsuka China Zhang Yiwei [34]

Slopestyle[edit]

Date Place Event Winner Second Third Ref.
4 September 2017   New Zealand Cardrona SBS Norway Marcus Kleveland Canada Darcy Sharpe New Zealand Carlos Garcia Knight [35]
12 January 2018   United States Snowmass SBS United States Redmond Gerard Japan Hiroaki Kunitake New Zealand Tiarn Collins [36]
19 January 2018   Switzerland Laax SBS cancelled due to snow fall, gusty side winds and low visibility
17 March 2018   Italy Seiser Alm SBS United States Chris Corning Norway Fridtjof Tischendorf United States Lyon Farrell [37]

Ladies[edit]

Snowboard Cross[edit]

Date Place Event Winner Second Third Ref.
9 September 2017   Argentina Cerro Catedral SBX France Chloé Trespeuch United States Lindsey Jacobellis France Nelly Moenne Loccoz [38]
10 September 2017   Argentina Cerro Catedral SBX United States Lindsey Jacobellis Czech Republic Eva Samková France Chloé Trespeuch [39]
13 December 2017   France Val Thorens SBX United States Lindsey Jacobellis France Chloé Trespeuch Italy Michela Moioli [40]
16 December 2017   Austria Montafon SBX Italy Michela Moioli United States Faye Gulini France Nelly Moenne Loccoz [41]
22 December 2017   Italy Cervinia SBX Italy Michela Moioli France Nelly Moenne Loccoz France Julia Pereira de Sousa-Mabileau [42]
20 January 2018   Turkey Erzurum SBX Czech Republic Eva Samková France Chloé Trespeuch Italy Michela Moioli [43]
27 January 2018   Bulgaria Bansko SBX France Charlotte Bankes Italy Michela Moioli France Nelly Moenne Loccoz [44]
3 February 2018   Germany Feldberg SBX Italy Michela Moioli Canada Zoe Bergermann France Julia Pereira de Sousa-Mabileau [45]
4 February 2018   Germany Feldberg SBX Italy Michela Moioli France Charlotte Bankes France Chloé Trespeuch [46]
3 March 2018   Spain La Molina SBX Czech Republic Eva Samková France Nelly Moenne Loccoz France Charlotte Bankes [47]
10 March 2018   Russia Moscow SBX Czech Republic Eva Samková Italy Michela Moioli France Charlotte Bankes [48]
17 March 2018   Switzerland Veysonnaz SBX Italy Michela Moioli France Chloé Trespeuch France Manon Petit Lenoir [49]

Parallel[edit]

Date Place Event Winner Second Third Ref.
14 December 2017   Italy Carezza PGS Czech Republic Ester Ledecká Germany Ramona Theresia Hofmeister Austria Ina Meschik [50]
15 December 2017   Italy Cortina d'Ampezzo PGS Czech Republic Ester Ledecká Germany Selina Jörg Austria Claudia Riegler [51]
16 December 2017   Italy Cortina d'Ampezzo (night) PSL Austria Sabine Schöffmann Switzerland Julie Zogg Russia Natalia Soboleva [52]
5 January 2018   Austria Lackenhof PGS Czech Republic Ester Ledecká Austria Julia Dujmovits Switzerland Ladina Jenny [53]
12 January 2018   Austria Bad Gastein PSL Germany Ramona Theresia Hofmeister Russia Yekaterina Tudegesheva Netherlands Michelle Dekker [54]
20 January 2018   Slovenia Rogla PGS Czech Republic Ester Ledecká Austria Claudia Riegler Austria Julia Dujmovits [55]
21 January 2018   Slovenia Rogla PGS Germany Ramona Theresia Hofmeister Austria Sabine Schöffmann Russia Alena Zavarzina [56]
26 January 2018   Bulgaria Bansko PGS Czech Republic Ester Ledecká Germany Selina Jörg Germany Ramona Theresia Hofmeister [57]
28 January 2018   Bulgaria Bansko PGS Austria Julia Dujmovits Germany Ramona Theresia Hofmeister Germany Selina Jörg [58]
3 March 2018   Turkey Kayseri PGS Russia Milena Bykova Czech Republic Ester Ledecká Austria Daniela Ulbing [59]
10 March 2018   Switzerland Scuol PGS Czech Republic Ester Ledecká Russia Alena Zavarzina Switzerland Ladina Jenny [60]
17 March 2018   Germany Winterberg PSL Germany Selina Jörg Russia Alena Zavarzina Switzerland Julie Zogg [61]

Big Air[edit]

Date Place Event Winner Second Third Ref.
4 November 2017   Denmark Copenhagen BA cancelled due to organizational issues
11 November 2017   Italy Milan BA Austria Anna Gasser United Kingdom Katie Ormerod Switzerland Sina Candrian [62]
25 November 2017   China Beijing BA Austria Anna Gasser Japan Miyabi Onitsuka Finland Enni Rukajärvi [63]
2 December 2017   Germany Mönchengladbach BA Switzerland Carla Somaini Japan Miyabi Onitsuka New Zealand Christy Prior [64]
10 December 2017   United States Cooper Mountain BA Japan Reira Iwabuchi United States Julia Marino Norway Silje Norendal [65]
24 March 2018   Canada Stoneham/Quebec City BA United States Julia Marino Canada Laurie Blouin Belgium Loranne Smans [66]

Halfpipe[edit]

Date Place Event Winner Second Third Ref.
8 September 2017   New Zealand Cardrona HP United States Chloe Kim United States Kelly Clark United States Maddie Mastro [67]
9 December 2017   United States Cooper Mountain HP United States Chloe Kim United States Maddie Mastro United States Kelly Clark [68]
21 December 2017   China Beijing/Secret Garden HP China Liu Jiayu Japan Sena Tomita China Cai Xuetong [69]
13 January 2018   United States Snowmass HP Spain Queralt Castellet United States Chloe Kim United States Maddie Mastro [70]
20 January 2018   Switzerland Laax HP China Liu Jiayu China Cai Xuetong Spain Queralt Castellet [71]

Slopestyle[edit]

Date Place Event Winner Second Third Ref.
4 September 2017   New Zealand Cardrona SBS United States Jamie Anderson Japan Miyabi Onitsuka New Zealand Zoi Sadowski-Synnott [72]
12 January 2018   United States Snowmass SBS New Zealand Christy Prior Japan Reira Iwabuchi Australia Tess Coady [73]
19 January 2018   Switzerland Laax SBS cancelled due to snow fall, gusty side winds and low visibility
16 March 2018   Italy Seiser Alm SBS Russia Sofya Fyodorova Norway Silje Norendal Czech Republic Šárka Pančochová [74]

Team[edit]

Snowboard cross men[edit]

Date Place Event Winner Second Third Ref.
16 December 2017   Austria Montafon SBXT  Spain I
Regino Hernández
Lucas Eguibar
 Austria I
Alessandro Hämmerle
Markus Schairer
 France I
Merlin Surget
Pierre Vaultier
[75]
21 January 2018   Turkey Erzurum SBXT  Italy I
Emanuel Perathoner
Omar Visintin
 Austria I
Alessandro Hämmerle
Markus Schairer
 United States II
Nate Holland
Alex Deibold
[76]
11 March 2018   Russia Moscow SBXT  Italy I
Emanuel Perathoner
Omar Visintin
 Austria IV
Julian Lüftner
Alessandro Hämmerle
 United States VI
Senna Leith
Jake Vedder
[77]
18 March 2018   Switzerland Veysonnaz SBXT  Germany I
Paul Berg
Konstantin Schad
 Spain I
Regino Hernández
Lucas Eguibar
 Austria VI
Hanno Douschan
Alessandro Hämmerle
[78]

Snowboard cross ladies[edit]

Date Place Event Winner Second Third Ref.
16 December 2017   Austria Montafon SBXT  France I
Chloé Trespeuch
Nelly Moenne Loccoz
 Canada I
Meryeta Odine
Zoe Bergermann
 Russia I
Kristina Paul
Mariya Vasiltsova
[79]
21 January 2018   Turkey Erzurum SBXT  France I
Nelly Moenne Loccoz
Chloé Trespeuch
 Czech Republic I
Vendula Hopjáková
Eva Samková
 Canada I
Zoe Bergermann
Meryeta Odine
[80]
11 March 2018   Russia Moscow SBXT  France I
Nelly Moenne Loccoz
Chloé Trespeuch
 Canada III
Tess Critchlow
Zoe Bergermann
  Switzerland II
Lara Casanova
Simona Meiler
[81]
18 March 2018   Switzerland Veysonnaz SBXT  France I
Nelly Moenne Loccoz
Chloé Trespeuch
 Italy IV
Sofia Belingheri
Raffaella Brutto
 Canada III
Tess Critchlow
Zoe Bergermann
[82]

Parallel mixed[edit]

Date Place Event Winner Second Third Ref.
6 January 2018   Austria Lackenhof PGSM  Austria III
Claudia Riegler
Andreas Prommegger
 Austria I
Sabine Schöffmann
Alexander Payer
 Germany I
Selina Jörg
Patrick Bussler
[83]
13 January 2018   Austria Bad Gastein PSLM  Austria II
Sabine Schöffmann
Alexander Payer
 Germany II
Ramona Theresia Hofmeister
Stefan Baumeister
 Austria I
Claudia Riegler
Andreas Prommegger
[84]
18 March 2018   Germany Winterberg PSLM  Italy I
Nadya Ochner
Roland Fischnaller
 Austria II
Claudia Riegler
Andreas Prommegger
 Austria III
Julia Dujmovits
Sebastian Kislinger
[85]

Men's standings[edit]

Ladies' standings[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Men's snowboard cross: Cerro Catedral" (PDF). International Ski Federation. 9 September 2017.
  2. ^ "Men's snowboard cross: Cerro Catedral2" (PDF). International Ski Federation. 10 September 2017.
  3. ^ "Men's snowboard cross: Val Thorens" (PDF). International Ski Federation. 13 December 2017.
  4. ^ "Men's snowboard cross: Montafon" (PDF). International Ski Federation. 16 December 2017.
  5. ^ "Men's snowboard cross: Cervinia" (PDF). International Ski Federation. 22 December 2017.
  6. ^ "Men's snowboard cross: Erzurum" (PDF). International Ski Federation. 20 January 2018.
  7. ^ "Men's snowboard cross: Bansko" (PDF). International Ski Federation. 27 January 2018.
  8. ^ "Men's snowboard cross: Feldberg" (PDF). International Ski Federation. 3 February 2018.
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  10. ^ "Men's snowboard cross: La Molina" (PDF). International Ski Federation. 3 March 2018.
  11. ^ "Men's snowboard cross: Moscow" (PDF). International Ski Federation. 10 March 2018.
  12. ^ "Men's snowboard cross: Veysonnaz" (PDF). International Ski Federation. 17 March 2018.
  13. ^ "Men's snowboard parallel giant slalom: Carezza" (PDF). International Ski Federation. 14 December 2017.
  14. ^ "Men's snowboard parallel giant slalom: Cortina d'Ampezzo" (PDF). International Ski Federation. 15 December 2017.
  15. ^ "Men's snowboard parallel slalom: Cortina d'Ampezzo" (PDF). International Ski Federation. 16 December 2017.
  16. ^ "Men's snowboard giant parallel slalom: Lackenhof" (PDF). International Ski Federation. 6 January 2018.
  17. ^ "Men's snowboard parallel slalom: Bad Gastein" (PDF). International Ski Federation. 12 January 2018.
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  25. ^ "Men's big air: Milan" (PDF). International Ski Federation. 11 November 2017.
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  69. ^ "Ladies' halfpipe: Beijing/Secret Garden" (PDF). International Ski Federation. 21 December 2017.
  70. ^ "Ladies' halfpipe: Snowmass" (PDF). International Ski Federation. 13 January 2018.
  71. ^ "Ladies' halfpipe: Laax" (PDF). International Ski Federation. 20 January 2018.
  72. ^ "Ladies' slopestyle: Cardrona" (PDF). International Ski Federation. 4 September 2017.
  73. ^ "Ladies' slopestyle: Snowmass" (PDF). International Ski Federation. 12 January 2018.
  74. ^ "Ladies' slopestyle: Seiser Alm" (PDF). International Ski Federation. 16 March 2018.
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  76. ^ "Men's snowboard cross team: Erzurum" (PDF). International Ski Federation. 21 January 2018.
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  82. ^ "Ladies' snowboard cross team: Veysonnaz" (PDF). International Ski Federation. 18 March 2018.
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