2018–19 FIS Snowboard World Cup

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2018–19 FIS Snowboard World Cup (leading)
Discipline Men Ladies
Parallel overall Austria Benjamin Karl Italy Nadya Ochner
Parallel giant slalom Italy Roland Fischnaller Italy Nadya Ochner
Parallel slalom Germany Stefan Baumeister Austria Claudia Riegler
Snowboard cross Germany Martin Nörl United States Lindsey Jacobellis
Freestyle overall Japan Takeru Otsuka Japan Miyabi Onitsuka
Halfpipe Australia Scotty James China Cai Xuetong
Slopestyle United States Chris Corning Japan Miyabi Onitsuka
Big Air Japan Takeru Otsuka Japan Reira Iwabuchi
Competition

The 2017–18 FIS Snowboard World Cup is the 25th World Cup season in snowboarding organised by International Ski Federation. The season started on 8 September 2018 in Cardrona, New Zealand and concluded on 24 March 2019 in Winterberg, Germany. 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.
15 December 2018   Austria Montafon SBX cancelled [1]
21 December 2018   Italy Cervinia SBX Germany Martin Nörl Italy Omar Visintin Austria Hanno Douschan [2]
22 December 2018   Italy Cervinia SBX Italy Emanuel Perathoner United States Jake Vedder Germany Martin Nörl [3]
FIS Snowboarding World Championships 2019 (31 January- 10 February)
9 February 2019   Germany Feldberg SBX
2 March 2019   Spain Baqueira Beret SBX
16 March 2019   Switzerland Veysonnaz SBX

Parallel[edit]

Date Place Event Winner Second Third Ref.
13 December 2018   Italy Carezza PGS Slovenia Tim Mastnak Austria Benjamin Karl Austria Sebastian Kislinger [4]
15 December 2018   Italy Cortina d'Ampezzo PGS Italy Roland Fischnaller Switzerland Nevin Galmarini Austria Benjamin Karl [5]
8 January 2019   Austria Bad Gastein PSL Germany Stefan Baumeister Switzerland Dario Caviezel Austria Benjamin Karl
19 January 2019   Slovenia Rogla PGS Italy Edwin Coratti Italy Daniele Bagozza Slovenia Rok Marguč
26 January 2019   Russia Moscow PSL
FIS Snowboarding World Championships 2019 (31 January- 10 February)
16 February 2019   South Korea Pyeongchang PGS
17 February 2019   South Korea Pyeongchang PGS
23 February 2019   China Secret Garden PGS
24 February 2019   China Secret Garden PSL
9 March 2019   Switzerland Scuol PGS
23 March 2019   Germany Winterberg PSL

Big Air[edit]

Date Place Event Winner Second Third Ref.
8 September 2018   New Zealand Cardrona BA United States Chris Corning Japan Takeru Otsuka Norway Mons Røisland [6]
3 November 2018   Italy Modena BA Japan Takeru Otsuka United States Chris Corning Finland Kalle Järvilehto [7]
24 November 2018   China Beijing BA Sweden Sven Thorgren Japan Takeru Otsuka Austria Clemens Millauer [8]
FIS Snowboarding World Championships 2019 (31 January- 10 February)
16 March 2019   Canada Quebec City BA
22 March 2019   Norway Oslo BA cancelled [9]

Halfpipe[edit]

Date Place Event Winner Second Third Ref.
8 December 2018   United States Cooper Mountain HP Australia Scotty James United States Toby Miller United States Chase Josey [10]
21 December 2018   China Secret Garden HP Switzerland Jan Scherrer Japan Ruka Hirano Japan Yūto Totsuka [11]
19 January 2019   Switzerland Laax HP Australia Scotty James Japan Yūto Totsuka United States Jake Pates
FIS Snowboarding World Championships 2019 (31 January- 10 February)
15 February 2019   Canada Calgary HP
9 March 2019   United States Mammoth HP

Slopestyle[edit]

Date Place Event Winner Second Third Ref.
21 December 2018   China Secret Garden SS Japan Takeru Otsuka Sweden Niklas Mattsson Russia Vlad Khadarin [12]
12 January 2019   Austria Kreischberg SS Norway Mons Røisland United States Chris Corning Japan Hiroaki Kunitake
18 January 2019   Switzerland Laax SS United States Chris Corning Norway Ståle Sandbech Switzerland Moritz Thönen
26 January 2019   Italy Seiser Alm SS
FIS Snowboarding World Championships 2019 (31 January- 10 February)
8 March 2019   United States Mammoth SS
17 March 2019   Canada Quebec City SS cancelled

Ladies[edit]

Snowboard Cross[edit]

Date Place Event Winner Second Third Ref.
15 December 2018   Austria Montafon SBX cancelled [13]
21 December 2018   Italy Cervinia SBX United States Lindsey Jacobellis Czech Republic Eva Samková United Kingdom Charlotte Bankes [14]
22 December 2018   Italy Cervinia SBX Czech Republic Eva Samková United States Lindsey Jacobellis Italy Michela Moioli [15]
FIS Snowboarding World Championships 2019 (31 January- 10 February)
9 February 2019   Germany Feldberg SBX
2 March 2019   Spain Baqueira Beret SBX
16 March 2019   Switzerland Veysonnaz SBX

Parallel[edit]

Date Place Event Winner Second Third Ref.
13 December 2018   Italy Carezza PGS Italy Nadya Ochner Czech Republic Ester Ledecká Germany Ramona Theresia Hofmeister [16]
15 December 2018   Italy Cortina d'Ampezzo PGS Czech Republic Ester Ledecká Switzerland Julie Zogg Austria Sabine Schöffmann [17]
8 January 2019   Austria Bad Gastein PSL Austria Claudia Riegler Poland Aleksandra Król Austria Sabine Schöffmann
19 January 2019   Slovenia Rogla PGS Germany Selina Jörg Russia Natalia Soboleva Germany Cheyenne Loch
26 January 2019   Russia Moscow PSL
FIS Snowboarding World Championships 2019 (31 January- 10 February)
16 February 2019   South Korea Pyeongchang PGS
17 February 2019   South Korea Pyeongchang PGS
23 February 2019   China Secret Garden PGS
24 February 2019   China Secret Garden PSL
9 March 2019   Switzerland Scuol PGS
23 March 2019   Germany Winterberg PSL

Big Air[edit]

Date Place Event Winner Second Third Ref.
8 September 2018   New Zealand Cardrona BA Japan Reira Iwabuchi Japan Miyabi Onitsuka SlovakiaKlaudia Medlová [18]
3 November 2018   Italy Modena BA Japan Reira Iwabuchi Japan Miyabi Onitsuka Austria Anna Gasser [19]
24 November 2018   China Beijing BA Austria Anna Gasser Japan Miyabi Onitsuka Canada Laurie Blouin [20]
FIS Snowboarding World Championships 2019 (31 January- 10 February)
16 March 2019   Canada Quebec City BA
22 March 2019   Norway Oslo BA cancelled

Halfpipe[edit]

Date Place Event Winner Second Third Ref.
8 December 2018   United States Cooper Mountain HP United States Chloe Kim United States Maddie Mastro China Cai Xuetong [21]
21 December 2018   China Secret Garden HP China Cai Xuetong Switzerland Verena Rohrer Japan Kurumi Imai [22]
19 January 2019   Switzerland Laax HP United States Chloe Kim Spain Queralt Castellet United States Arielle Gold
FIS Snowboarding World Championships 2019 (31 January- 10 February)
15 February 2019   Canada Calgary HP
9 March 2019   United States Mammoth HP

Slopestyle[edit]

Date Place Event Winner Second Third Ref.
21 December 2018   China Secret Garden SS Japan Miyabi Onitsuka Japan Reira Iwabuchi France Lucile Lefevre [23]
12 January 2019   Austria Kreischberg SS Japan Miyabi Onitsuka Austria Anna Gasser Norway Silje Norendal
18 January 2019   Switzerland Laax SS Norway Silje Norendal Switzerland Celia Petrig Switzerland Sina Candrian
26 January 2019   Italy Seiser Alm SS
FIS Snowboarding World Championships 2019 (31 January- 10 February)
8 March 2019   United States Mammoth SS
17 March 2019   Canada Quebec City SS cancelled

Team[edit]

Snowboard cross men[edit]

Date Place Event Winner Second Third Ref.
16 December 2018   Austria Montafon SBXT cancelled

Snowboard cross ladies[edit]

Date Place Event Winner Second Third Ref.
16 December 2018   Austria Montafon SBXT cancelled

Snowboard cross mixed

Date Place Event Winner Second Third Ref.
FIS Snowboarding World Championships 2019 (31 January- 10 February)
10 February 2019   Germany Feldberg SBXM

Parallel mixed[edit]

Date Place Event Winner Second Third Ref.
9 January 2019   Austria Bad Gastein PSLM  Austria I
Daniela Ulbing
Benjamin Karl
 Italy I
Nadya Ochner
Aaron March
  Switzerland I
Patrizia Kummer
Dario Caviezel
27 January 2019   Russia Moscow PSLM
24 March 2019   Germany Winterberg PSLM

Men's standings[edit]

Ladies' standings[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Men's snowboard cross: Montafon".
  2. ^ "Men's snowboard cross: Cervinia".
  3. ^ "Men's snowboard cross: Cervinia".
  4. ^ "Men's snowboard parallel giant slalom: Carezza".
  5. ^ "Men's snowboard parallel giant slalom: Cortina d'Ampezzo".
  6. ^ "Men's big air: Cardrona".
  7. ^ "Men's big air: Modena".
  8. ^ "Men's big air: Beijing".
  9. ^ "Men's big air: Oslo".
  10. ^ "Men's halfpipe: Cooper Mountain".
  11. ^ "Men's halfpipe: Secret Garden".
  12. ^ "Men's slopestyle: Secret Garden".
  13. ^ "Ladies snowboard cross: Montafon".
  14. ^ "Ladies snowboard cross: Cervinia".
  15. ^ "Ladies snowboard cross: Cervinia".
  16. ^ "Ladies' snowboard parallel giant slalom: Carezza".
  17. ^ "Ladies' snowboard parallel giant slalom: Cortina d'Ampezzo".
  18. ^ "Ladies' big air: Cardrona".
  19. ^ "Ladies' big air: Modena".
  20. ^ "Ladies' big air: Beijing".
  21. ^ "Ladies' halfpipe: Cooper Mountain".
  22. ^ "Ladies' halfpipe: Secret Garden".
  23. ^ "Ladies' slopestyle: Secret Garden".