2018–19 FIS Freestyle Ski World Cup

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Freestyle Ski World Cup 2018/19
Discipline Men Ladies
Overall Canada Mikael Kingsbury France Perrine Laffont
Moguls Canada Mikael Kingsbury France Perrine Laffont
Dual Moguls Canada Mikael Kingsbury United States Jaelin Kauf
Aerials Russia Stanislav Nikitin China Xu Mengtao
Ski Cross France Bastien Midol Switzerland Fanny Smith
Halfpipe New Zealand Nico Porteous Canada Rachael Karker
Slopestyle Canada Max Moffatt United States Eileen Gu
Big Air Switzerland Andri Ragettli Canada Elena Gaskell
Cross Alps Tour France Bastien Midol Sweden Sandra Näslund
Nations Cup overall Canada
Competition

The 2018/19 FIS Freestyle Ski World Cup is the fortieth World Cup season in freestyle skiing organised by International Ski Federation. The season started on 7 September 2018 and ends on 30 March 2019. This season includes six disciplines: moguls, aerials, ski cross, halfpipe, slopestyle and big air.[1]

Men[edit]

Ski Cross[edit]

Num Season Date Place Event Winner Second Third
7 December 2018   France Val Thorens SX cancelled
8 December 2018   France Val Thorens SX
15 December 2018   Austria Montafon SX cancelled
146 1 11 December 2018   Switzerland Arosa SX Switzerland Jonas Lenherr Sweden Victor Öhling Norberg Switzerland Alex Fiva
147 2 21 December 2018   Italy Innichen SX France Jonathan Midol France Bastien Midol Canada Brady Leman
148 3 22 December 2018   Italy Innichen SX Switzerland Joos Berry France Bastien Midol France Jonathan Midol
3rd Cross Alps Tour Overall (11–22 December 2018) France Bastien Midol France Jonathan Midol Canada Brady Leman
149 4 19 January 2019   Sweden Idre SX Switzerland Alex Fiva France Bastien Midol Austria Daniel Traxler
150 5 20 January 2019   Sweden Idre SX France Jean-Frédéric Chapuis Austria Daniel Traxler Switzerland Romain Detraz
151 6 26 January 2019   Canada Blue Mountain SX Canada Brady Leman France Bastien Midol Austria Johannes Rohrweck
FIS Freestyle Ski World Championships 2019 (31 January- 10 February)
152 7 16 February 2019   Germany Feldberg SX Switzerland Ryan Regez Germany Florian Wilmsmann Canada Kevin Drury
153 8 17 February 2019   Germany Feldberg SX France Jean-Frédéric Chapuis Switzerland Romain Detraz Switzerland Ryan Regez
154 9 23 February 2019   Russia Sunny Valley SX
155 10 24 February 2019   Russia Sunny Valley SX
156 11 17 March 2019   Switzerland Veysonnaz SX

Moguls[edit]

Num Season Date Place Event Winner Second Third
333 1 7 December 2018   Finland Ruka MO Canada Mikael Kingsbury France Benjamin Cavet Sweden Walter Wallberg
334 2 15 December 2018   China Thaiwoo MO Canada Mikael Kingsbury Japan Ikuma Horishima Kazakhstan Dmitriy Reikherd
335 3 12 January 2019   Canada Calgary MO Canada Mikael Kingsbury Sweden Walter Wallberg Japan Daichi Hara
336 4 18 January 2019   United States Lake Placid MO France Benjamin Cavet Sweden Walter Wallberg Australia Matt Graham
337 5 26 January 2019   Canada Mont-Tremblant MO Canada Mikael Kingsbury Japan Ikuma Horishima Kazakhstan Dmitriy Reikherd
FIS Freestyle Ski World Championships 2019 (31 January- 10 February)
338 6 23 February 2019   Japan Tazawako MO
339 7 2 March 2019   Kazakhstan Shymbulak MO

Dual Moguls[edit]

Num Season Date Place Event Winner Second Third
69 1 16 December 2018   China Thaiwoo DM Canada Mikael Kingsbury Sweden Oskar Elofsson France Benjamin Cavet
FIS Freestyle Ski World Championships 2019 (31 January- 10 February)
70 2 24 February 2019   Japan Tazawako DM
71 3 3 March 2019   Kazakhstan Shymbulak DM

Aerials[edit]

Num Season Date Place Event Winner Second Third
331 1 19 January 2019   United States Lake Placid AE Russia Maxim Burov China Wang Xindi Russia Stanislav Nikitin
FIS Freestyle Ski World Championships 2019 (31 January- 10 February)
333 2 17 February 2019   Russia Moscow AE Russia Stanislav Nikitin China Wang Xindi Switzerland Noé Roth
334 3 23 February 2019   Belarus Minsk AE
335 4 2 March 2019   China Secret Garden AE

Slopestyle[edit]

Num Season Date Place Event Winner Second Third
30 1 24 November 2018   Austria Stubai SS Sweden Henrik Harlaut United States Mac Forehand Norway Ferdinand Dahl
31 2 12 January 2019   France Font Romeu SS United States Alexander Hall Canada Philippe Langevin Switzerland Andri Ragettli
32 3 27 January 2019   Italy Seiser Alm SS Canada Max Moffatt Sweden Oliwer Magnusson United States Kiernan Fagan
FIS Freestyle Ski World Championships 2019 (31 January- 10 February)
33 4 9 March 2019   United States Mammoth SS
34 5 17 March 2019   Canada Québec SS
35 6 30 March 2019   Switzerland Silvaplana SS

Halfpipe[edit]

Num Season Date Place Event Winner Second Third
44 1 7 December 2018   United States Copper Mountain HP United States Aaron Blunck New Zealand Miguel Porteous United States David Wise
45 2 22 December 2018   China Secret Garden HP Canada Simon d'Artois New Zealand Nico Porteous United States Hunter Hess
FIS Freestyle Ski World Championships 2019 (31 January- 10 February)
46 3 16 February 2019   Canada Calgary HP United States David Wise New Zealand Nico Porteous Canada Noah Bowman
47 4 8 March 2019   United States Mammoth HP
48 5 21 March 2019   France Tignes HP

Big Air[edit]

Num Season Date Place Event Winner Second Third
11 1 7 September 2018   New Zealand Cardrona BA Switzerland Andri Ragettli Canada Evan McEachran New Zealand Finn Bilous
12 2 4 November 2018   Italy Modena BA Norway Birk Ruud United States Alexander Hall Switzerland Andri Ragettli
FIS Freestyle Ski World Championships 2019 (31 January- 10 February)
13 3 16 March 2019   Canada Québec BA
14 4 23 March 2019   Norway Oslo BA

Ladies[edit]

Ski Cross[edit]

Num Season Date Place Event Winner Second Third
7 December 2018   France Val Thorens SX cancelled
8 December 2018   France Val Thorens SX
15 December 2018   Austria Montafon SX cancelled
147 1 11 December 2018   Switzerland Arosa SX Switzerland Fanny Smith Sweden Sandra Näslund Canada Marielle Thompson
148 2 21 December 2018   Italy Innichen SX Switzerland Fanny Smith Sweden Sandra Näslund France Marielle Berger-Sabbatel
149 3 22 December 2018   Italy Innichen SX Sweden Sandra Näslund Canada Marielle Thompson Switzerland Sanna Lüdi
3rd Cross Alps Tour Overall (11–22 December 2018) Sweden Sandra Näslund Switzerland Fanny Smith Canada Marielle Thompson
150 4 19 January 2019   Sweden Idre SX Germany Heidi Zacher Canada Marielle Thompson Switzerland Fanny Smith
151 5 20 January 2019   Sweden Idre SX Switzerland Fanny Smith Canada Brittany Phelan Canada Kelsey Serwa
152 6 26 January 2019   Canada Blue Mountain SX Switzerland Fanny Smith Canada Marielle Thompson France Alizée Baron
FIS Freestyle Ski World Championships 2019 (31 January- 10 February)
153 7 16 February 2019   Germany Feldberg SX Sweden Sandra Näslund Sweden Lisa Andersson France Alizée Baron
154 8 17 February 2019   Germany Feldberg SX Sweden Sandra Näslund Austria Andrea Limbacher Canada Brittany Phelan
155 9 23 February 2019   Russia Sunny Valley SX
156 10 24 February 2019   Russia Sunny Valley SX
157 11 17 March 2019   Switzerland Veysonnaz SX

Moguls[edit]

Num Season Date Place Event Winner Second Third
334 1 7 December 2018   Finland Ruka MO France Perrine Laffont Kazakhstan Yulia Galysheva United States Tess Johnson
335 2 15 December 2018   China Thaiwoo MO United States Jaelin Kauf Australia Jakara Anthony France Perrine Laffont
336 3 12 January 2019   Canada Calgary MO Kazakhstan Yulia Galysheva France Perrine Laffont United States Jaelin Kauf
337 4 18 January 2019   United States Lake Placid MO Australia Jakara Anthony France Perrine Laffont United States Tess Johnson
338 5 26 January 2019   Canada Mont-Tremblant MO France Perrine Laffont Australia Jakara Anthony Canada Justine Dufour-Lapointe
FIS Freestyle Ski World Championships 2019 (31 January- 10 February)
339 6 23 February 2019   Japan Tazawako MO
340 7 2 March 2019   Kazakhstan Shymbulak MO

Dual Moguls[edit]

Num Season Date Place Event Winner Second Third
69 1 16 December 2018   China Thaiwoo DM United States Jaelin Kauf France Perrine Laffont Kazakhstan Yuliya Galysheva
FIS Freestyle Ski World Championships 2019 (31 January- 10 February)
70 2 24 February 2019   Japan Tazawako DM
71 3 3 March 2019   Kazakhstan Shymbulak DM

Aerials[edit]

Num Season Date Place Event Winner Second Third
334 1 19 January 2019   United States Lake Placid AE China Xu Mengtao China Qi Shao China Nuo Xu
FIS Freestyle Ski World Championships 2019 (31 January- 10 February)
336 2 17 February 2019   Russia Moscow AE Belarus Aliaksandra Ramanouskaya Australia Laura Peel China Xu Mengtao
337 3 23 February 2019   Belarus Minsk AE
338 4 2 March 2019   China Secret Garden AE

Slopestyle[edit]

Num Season Date Place Event Winner Second Third
30 1 23 November 2018   Austria Stubai SS Estonia Kelly Sildaru Switzerland Sarah Höfflin Switzerland Mathilde Gremaud
31 2 12 January 2019   France Font Romeu SS Switzerland Sarah Höfflin United States Elieen Gu Switzerland Giulia Tanno
32 3 27 January 2019   Italy Seiser Alm SS United States Elieen Gu Canada Megan Oldham United States Julia Krass
FIS Freestyle Ski World Championships 2019 (31 January- 10 February)
33 4 9 March 2019   United States Mammoth SS
34 5 17 March 2019   Canada Québec SS
35 6 30 March 2019   Switzerland Silvaplana SS

Halfpipe[edit]

Num Season Date Place Event Winner Second Third
44 1 7 December 2018   United States Copper Mountain HP Estonia Kelly Sildaru Canada Cassie Sharpe United States Brita Sigourney
45 2 22 December 2018   China Secret Garden HP China Zhang Kexin Canada Rachael Karker China Li Fanghui
FIS Freestyle Ski World Championships 2019 (31 January- 10 February)
46 3 16 February 2019   Canada Calgary HP Canada Cassie Sharpe Canada Rachael Karker China Zhang Kexin
47 4 8 March 2019   United States Mammoth HP
48 5 21 March 2019   France Tignes HP

Big Air[edit]

Num Season Date Place Event Winner Second Third
11 1 7 September 2018   New Zealand Cardrona BA Canada Elena Gaskell United States Caroline Claire Japan Yuki Tsubota
12 2 4 November 2018   Italy Modena BA Switzerland Mathilde Gremaud Switzerland Sarah Höfflin Germany Kea Kühnel
FIS Freestyle Ski World Championships 2019 (31 January- 10 February)
13 3 16 March 2019   Canada Québec BA
14 4 23 March 2019   Norway Oslo BA

Team[edit]

Team Aerials[edit]

Num Season Date Place Event Winner Second Third
FIS Freestyle Ski World Championships 2019 (31 January- 10 February)
339 1 3 March 2019   China Secret Garden AET

Men's standings[edit]

Ladies' standings[edit]


References

  1. ^ "World Cup 2019 calendar and results". International Ski Federation.