2019–20 FIS Freestyle Ski World Cup

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Freestyle Ski World Cup 2019/20
Discipline Men Ladies
Overall Canada Kevin Drury China Kexin Zhang
Moguls Canada Mikaël Kingsbury France Perrine Laffont
Ski Cross Canada Kevin Drury Sweden Sandra Näslund
Halfpipe United States Birk Irving China Kexin Zhang
Big Air United States Alexander Hall  Switzerland  Mathilde Gremaud
Cross Alps Tour Canada Kevin Drury Sweden Sandra Näslund
Nations Cup overall Canada
Competition

The 2019/20 FIS Freestyle Ski World Cup is the fortieth World Cup season in freestyle skiing organised by International Ski Federation. The season started on 6 September 2019 and will end on 21 March 2020. This season include 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
157 1 6 December 2019 France Val Thorens SX Canada Kevin Drury France Youri Duplessis Kergomard Switzerland Ryan Regez
158 2 7 December 2019 France Val Thorens SX Canada Kristofor Mahler France Bastien Midol Switzerland Joos Berry
159 3 14 December 2019 Austria Montafon SX
160 4 17 December 2019 Switzerland Arosa SX
161 5 21 December 2019 Italy Innichen SX
162 6 22 December 2019 Italy Innichen SX
4th Cross Alps Tour Overall (5–22 December 2019)
163 7 18 January 2020 Canada Nakiska SX
164 8 25 January 2020 Sweden Idre SX
165 9 26 January 2020 Sweden Idre SX
166 10 1 February 2020 France Megève SX
167 11 8 February 2020 Germany Feldberg SX
168 12 9 February 2020 Germany Feldberg SX
169 13 23 February 2020 Russia Sunny Valley SX
170 14 14 March 2020 Switzerland Veysonnaz SX

Moguls[edit]

Num Season Date Place Event Winner Second Third
340 1 7 December 2019 Finland Ruka MO Canada Mikaël Kingsbury Japan Ikuma Horishima Sweden Walter Wallberg
341 2 14 December 2019 China Thaiwoo MO
342 3 25 January 2020 Canada Mont-Tremblant MO
343 4 1 February 2020 Canada Calgary MO
344 5 6 February 2020 United States Deer Valley MO
345 6 22 February 2020 Japan Tazawako MO
346 7 14 March 2020 Sweden Idre MO

Dual Moguls[edit]

Num Season Date Place Event Winner Second Third
71 1 15 December 2019 China Thaiwoo DM
72 2 8 February 2020 United States Deer Valley DM
73 3 23 February 2020 Japan Tazawako DM
74 4 1 March 2020 Kazakhstan Shymbulak DM
75 5 7 March 2020 Russia Krasnoyarsk DM
76 6 15 March 2020 Sweden Idre DM

Aerials[edit]

Num Season Date Place Event Winner Second Third
336 1 21 December 2019 China Shimao Lotus Mountain AE
337 2 22 December 2019 China Shimao Lotus Mountain AE
338 3 25 January 2020 Russia Moscow AE
339 4 7 February 2020 United States Deer Valley AE
340 5 22 February 2020 Belarus Minsk AE
341 6 28 February 2020 Kazakhstan Shymbulak AE
342 7 8 March 2020 Russia Krasnoyarsk AE

Halfpipe[edit]

Num Season Date Place Event Winner Second Third
48 1 7 September 2019 New Zealand Cardrona HP United States Birk Irving Canada Noah Bowman United States Aaron Blunck
49 2 13 December 2019 United States Copper Mountain HP
50 3 20 December 2019 China Secret Garden HP
51 4 30 January 2020 United States Mammoth HP
52 5 14 February 2020 Canada Calgary HP

Slopestyle[edit]

Num Season Date Place Event Winner Second Third
35 1 11 January 2020 France Font Romeu SS
36 2 18 January 2020 Italy Seiser Alm SS
37 3 1 February 2020 United States Mammoth SS
38 4 15 February 2020 Canada Calgary SS
39 5 21 March 2020 Switzerland Silvaplana SS

Big Air[edit]

Num Season Date Place Event Winner Second Third
14 1 3 November 2019 Italy Modena BA United States Alexander Hall Norway Birk Ruud Switzerland Andri Ragettli
15 2 14 December 2019 China Beijing BA
16 3 21 December 2019 United States Atlanta BA
17 4 29 February 2020 Czech Republic Destne BA

Ladies[edit]

Ski Cross[edit]

Num Season Date Place Event Winner Second Third
157 1 6 December 2019 France Val Thorens SX Sweden Sandra Näslund Canada Courtney Hoffos Canada India Sherret
158 2 7 December 2019 France Val Thorens SX Switzerland Fanny Smith Sweden Sandra Näslund Canada Courtney Hoffos
159 3 14 December 2019 Austria Montafon SX
160 4 17 December 2019 Switzerland Arosa SX
161 5 21 December 2019 Italy Innichen SX
162 6 22 December 2019 Italy Innichen SX
4th Cross Alps Tour Overall (5–22 December 2019)
163 7 18 January 2020 Canada Nakiska SX
164 8 25 January 2020 Sweden Idre SX
165 9 26 January 2020 Sweden Idre SX
166 10 1 February 2020 France Megève SX
167 11 8 February 2020 Germany Feldberg SX
168 12 9 February 2020 Germany Feldberg SX
169 13 23 February 2020 Russia Sunny Valley SX
170 14 14 March 2020 Switzerland Veysonnaz SX

Moguls[edit]

Num Season Date Place Event Winner Second Third
340 1 7 December 2019 Finland Ruka MO France Perrine Laffont Japan Anri Kawamura Australia Britteny Cox
341 2 14 December 2019 China Thaiwoo MO
342 3 25 January 2020 Canada Mont-Tremblant MO
343 4 1 February 2020 Canada Calgary MO
344 5 6 February 2020 United States Deer Valley MO
345 6 22 February 2020 Japan Tazawako MO
346 7 14 March 2020 Sweden Idre MO

Dual Moguls[edit]

Num Season Date Place Event Winner Second Third
71 1 15 December 2019 China Thaiwoo DM
72 2 8 February 2020 United States Deer Valley DM
73 3 23 February 2020 Japan Tazawako DM
74 4 1 March 2020 Kazakhstan Shymbulak DM
75 5 7 March 2020 Russia Krasnoyarsk DM
76 6 15 March 2020 Sweden Idre DM

Aerials[edit]

Num Season Date Place Event Winner Second Third
336 1 21 December 2019 China Shimao Lotus Mountain AE
337 2 22 December 2019 China Shimao Lotus Mountain AE
338 3 25 January 2020 Russia Moscow AE
339 4 7 February 2020 United States Deer Valley AE
340 5 22 February 2020 Belarus Minsk AE
341 6 28 February 2020 Kazakhstan Shymbulak AE
342 7 8 March 2020 Russia Krasnoyarsk AE

Halfpipe[edit]

Num Season Date Place Event Winner Second Third
48 1 7 September 2019 New Zealand Cardrona HP China Zhang Kexin China Elieen Gu Russia Valeriya Demidova
49 2 13 December 2019 United States Copper Mountain HP
50 3 20 December 2019 China Secret Garden HP
51 4 30 January 2020 United States Mammoth HP
52 5 14 February 2020 Canada Calgary HP

Slopestyle[edit]

Num Season Date Place Event Winner Second Third
35 1 11 January 2020 France Font Romeu SS
36 2 18 January 2020 Italy Seiser Alm SS
37 3 1 February 2020 United States Mammoth SS
38 4 15 February 2020 Canada Calgary SS
39 5 21 March 2020 Switzerland Silvaplana SS

Big Air[edit]

Num Season Date Place Event Winner Second Third
14 1 3 November 2019 Italy Modena BA Switzerland Mathilde Gremaud Switzerland Giulia Tanno Canada Dara Howell
15 2 14 December 2019 China Beijing BA
16 3 21 December 2019 United States Atlanta BA
17 4 28 February 2020 Czech Republic Destne BA

Team[edit]

Team Aerials[edit]

Num Season Date Place Event Winner Second Third
342 1 22 December 2019 China Shimao Lotus Mountain AET

Men's standings[edit]

Ladies' standings[edit]

Nations Cup[edit]

References[edit]

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