FIS Snowboard World Cup

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FIS Snowboard World Cup
Statusactive
Genresports event
Date(s)Northern wintertime season
BeginsDecember
EndsMarch
Frequencyannual
Countryvarying
Inaugurated1994 (1994)
2019–20 FIS Snowboard World Cup

The FIS Snowboard World Cup is an annual snowboarding competition, arranged by the International Ski Federation (FIS) since 1994. Throughout the years they have come and gone different disciplines, and categories that grouped some of the disciplines.

Currently disciplines contested in the World Cup are: Parallel giant slalom and Parallel slalom (grouped into Parallel category), Halfpipe, Big air and Slope style (grouped into AFU category) and the discipline-category of Snowboard cross. Some of these disciplines have played discontinuously in time. The only discipline contested in every season of the World Cup is the Halfpipe (and from 1996–97 season the Snowboard cross).

There was an Overall classification until the 2009–10 season. Since then, the World Cup is divided into the three categories described above, some of which already existed before.

Men's standings[edit]

Existing disciplines and grouped[edit]

Parallel (1994–, discontinuously)[edit]

Season Winner Runner-up Third
1994–95 United States Mike Jacoby Germany Mathias Behounek Germany Rainer Krug
No discipline standings between 1995–96 and 1998–99 seasons
1999–00 France Mathieu Bozzetto France Nicolas Huet Austria Felix Stadler
No discipline standings in 2000–01 season
2001–02 France Mathieu Bozzetto Slovenia Dejan Košir Austria Felix Stadler(2)
2002–03 France Mathieu Bozzetto(3) Slovenia Dejan Košir(2) Germany Markus Ebner
2003–04 Austria Siegfried Grabner France Mathieu Bozzetto Switzerland Urs Eiselin
2004–05 Switzerland Philipp Schoch Switzerland Urs Eiselin Austria Siegfried Grabner
2005–06 Switzerland Simon Schoch Switzerland Philipp Schoch Switzerland Heinz Inniger
2006–07 Switzerland Simon Schoch(3) Austria Siegfried Grabner Slovenia Rok Flander
2007–08 Austria Benjamin Karl France Mathieu Bozzetto Austria Andreas Prommegger
2008–09 Austria Siegfried Grabner Austria Benjamin Karl Canada Jasey-Jay Anderson
2009–10 Austria Benjamin Karl Austria Andreas Prommegger Canada Jasey-Jay Anderson(2)
2010–11 Austria Benjamin Karl(2) Austria Andreas Prommegger(2) Italy Roland Fischnaller
2011–12 Austria Andreas Prommegger Italy Roland Fischnaller Austria Benjamin Karl
2012–13 Austria Andreas Prommegger(2) Italy Roland Fischnaller Slovenia Žan Košir
2013–14 Austria Lukas Mathies France Sylvain Dufour Slovenia Žan Košir(2)
2014–15 Slovenia Žan Košir Italy Roland Fischnaller United States Justin Reiter
2015–16 Bulgaria Radoslav Yankov Italy Roland Fischnaller(4) Russia Andrey Sobolev
  • Medals:
RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 Austria (AUT)84517
2 France (FRA)3407
3  Switzerland (SUI)3227
4 Slovenia (SLO)1236
5 United States (USA)1012
6 Bulgaria (BUL)1001
7 Italy (ITA)0415
8 Germany (GER)0123
9 Canada (CAN)0022
10 Russia (RUS)0011
Totals (10 nations)17171751
Parallel giant slalom (1999–, discontinuously)[edit]
Season Winner Second Third
1999–00 France Mathieu Bozzetto France Nicolas Huet Austria Felix Stadler
No discipline standings in 2000–01 season
2001–02 Slovenia Dejan Košir France Mathieu Bozzetto Austria Siegfried Grabner
No discipline standings between 2002–03 and 2011–12 seasons
2012–13 Austria Andreas Prommegger Italy Roland Fischnaller Slovenia Rok Marguc
2013–14 Austria Lukas Mathies France Sylvain Dufour Slovenia Žan Košir
2014–15 Slovenia Žan Košir Russia Vic Wild Russia Andrey Sobolev
2015–16 Russia Andrey Sobolev Bulgaria Radoslav Yankov Austria Andreas Prommegger
Parallel slalom (2000–, discontinuously)[edit]
Season Winner Second Third
2000–01 France Mathieu Bozzetto France Nicolas Huet Sweden Richard Rikardsson
2001–02 France Mathieu Bozzetto(2) France Nicolas Huet(2) Slovenia Dejan Košir
No discipline standings between 2002–03 and 2011–12 seasons
2012–13 Italy Roland Fischnaller Slovenia Žan Košir Italy Aaron March
2013–14 France Sylvain Dufour Switzerland Simon Schoch Austria Lukas Mathies
2014–15 Slovenia Žan Košir Italy Roland Fischnaller Austria Benjamin Karl
2015–16 Italy Roland Fischnaller(2) Slovenia Žan Košir Bulgaria Radoslav Yankov
RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 France (FRA)4509
2 Slovenia (SLO)3238
3 Italy (ITA)2215
4 Austria (AUT)2057
5 Russia (RUS)1113
6 Bulgaria (BUL)0112
7  Switzerland (SUI)0101
8 Sweden (SWE)0011
Totals (8 nations)12121236

AFU (2010–)[edit]

Season Winner Second Third
2010–11 Australia Nathan Johnstone Austria Clemens Schattschneider Japan Ryo Aono
2011–12 Finland Janne Korpi Netherlands Dimi de Jong Finland Petja Piiroinen
2012–13 Finland Janne Korpi United States Scott Lago China Yiwei Zhang
2013–14 Sweden Hans Hedberg Finland Petja Piiroinen Slovenia Scotty James
2014–15 Finland Janne Korpi Finland Petja Piiroinen United States Taylor Gold
China Yiwei Zhang
2015–16 Japan Ryo Aono United States Chris Corning Canada Max Parrot
Halfpipe (1994–)[edit]
Season Winner Runner-up Third
1994–95 United States Lael Gregory United States Ross Powers Switzerland Ivan Zeller
1995–96 United States Ross Powers United States Rob Kingwill United States Dan Smith
1996–97 Sweden Jonas Gunnarsson United States Dan Smith Canada Trevor Andrew
1997–98 Sweden Fredrik Sterner Norway Klas Vangen Norway Kim Christiansen
1998–99 United States Ross Powers(2) United States Tommy Czeschin Sweden Magnus Sterner
1999–00 Sweden Thomas Johansson Sweden Magnus Sterner(2) Sweden Fredrik Sterner
2000–01 Sweden Magnus Sterner Sweden Stefan Karlsson Germany Jan Michaelis
2001–02 Germany Jan Michaelis Finland Risto Mattila Finland Antti Autti
2002–03 Germany Xaver Hoffmann Sweden Magnus Sterner(2) Japan Domu Narita
2003–04 Finland Risto Mattila Finland Antti Autti Germany Xaver Hoffmann
2004–05 France Mathieu Crepel Germany Jan Michaelis Japan Kazuhiro Kokubo
2005–06 Germany Jan Michaelis(2) Germany Xaver Hoffmann Japan Kazuhiro Kokubo(2)
2006–07 Japan Ryo Aono Japan Kohei Kudo Netherlands Dolf van der Wal
2007–08 Switzerland Iouri Podladtchikov United States Gregory Bretz Canada Jeff Batchelor
2008–09 Japan Ryo Aono Australia Nathan Johnstone France Gary Zebrowski
2009–10 Canada Justin Lamoureux Finland Janne Korpi Germany Christophe Schmidt
2010–11 Australia Nathan Johnstone Japan Ryo Aono France Arthur Longo
2011–12 Finland Janne Korpi Australia Nathan Johnstone(2) Netherlands Dimi de Jong
2012–13 United States Scott Lago China Yiwei Zhang Japan Shuhei Sato
2013–14 Australia Scotty James France Johann Baisamy Japan Ryo Aono
2014–15 United States Taylor Gold
China Yiwei Zhang
United States Gregory Bretz
2015–16 Japan Ryo Aono(3) Japan Raibu Katayama United States Chase Josey
  • Medals:
RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 United States (USA)55313
2 Sweden (SWE)4329
3 Japan (JPN)33511
4 Germany (GER)3238
5 Finland (FIN)2316
6 Australia (AUS)2204
7 France (FRA)1124
8 China (CHN)1102
9 Canada (CAN)1023
10  Switzerland (SUI)1012
11 Norway (NOR)0112
12 Netherlands (NED)0022
Totals (12 nations)23212266
Big air (2001–, discontinuously)[edit]
Season Winner Runner-up Third
2001–02 Sweden Andreas Jakobsson
Sweden Björn Lindgren
Finland Sami Tuoriniemi
2002–03 Finland Jukka Eratuli Finland Sami Tuoriniemi Austria Florian Mausser
2003–04 Sweden Simon Ax Canada Neil Connolly Austria Florian Mausser(2)
2004–05 Finland Jukka Eratuli Slovenia Matevz Petek Finland Jaakko Ruha
2005–06 Austria Stefan Gimpl Finland Ville Uotila Slovenia Matevz Petek
2006–07 Finland Peetu Piiroinen Slovenia Matevz Petek(2) Finland Jaakko Ruha(2)
2007–08 Austria Stefan Gimpl Finland Janne Korpi Slovenia Matevz Petek(2)
2008–09 Austria Stefan Gimpl Slovenia Marko Grilc Finland Peetu Piiroinen
2009–10 Austria Stefan Gimpl(4) Switzerland Gian-Luca Cavigelli Slovenia Matevz Pristavec
2010–11 Austria Clemens Schattschneider Canada Sebastien Toutant Austria Stefan Falkeis
2011–12 Finland Janne Korpi Finland Petja Piiroinen Sweden Niklas Mattsson
2012–13 Belgium Seppe Smits Austria Clemens Schattschneider Switzerland Patrick Burgener
No discipline standings in 2013–14 season
2014–15 Belgium Seppe Smits(2)
Canada Darcy Sharpe
Switzerland Jonas Boesiger
2015–16 Canada Max Parrot Canada Tyler Nicholson Belgium Seppe Smits
  • Medals :
RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 Austria (AUT)5139
2 Finland (FIN)44412
3 Sweden (SWE)3014
4 Canada (CAN)2305
5 Belgium (BEL)2013
6 Slovenia (SLO)0336
7  Switzerland (SUI)0123
Totals (7 nations)16121442
Slope style (2011–)[edit]
Season Winner Second Third
2011–12 Netherlands Dimi de Jong Canada Jonathan Versteeg Canada Max Parrot
2012–13 Japan Yuki Kadono Sweden Sven Thorgren Norway Torstein Horgmo
2013–14 Sweden Mans Hedberg Canada Max Parrot Finland Petja Piiroinen
2014–15 Finland Janne Korpi Finland Petja Piiroinen Canada Michael Ciccarelli
2015–16 United States Chris Corning United States Brandon Davis Canada Max Eberhardt

Snowboard cross (1996–)[edit]

Season Winner Runner-up Third
1996–97 Italy Elmar Messner Italy Alex Voyat Sweden Richard Rikardsson
1997–98 Austria Alexander Koller Sweden Daniel Biveson Canada Drew Neilson
1998–99 France Sylvain Duclos Sweden Magnus Sterner Canada Ben Wainwright
1999–00 Sweden Pontus Stahlkloo Switzerland Guillaume Nantermod Australia Zeke Steggall
2000–01 Sweden Pontus Stahlkloo(2) Canada Jasey-Jay Anderson Austria Alexander Maier
2001–02 Canada Jasey-Jay Anderson Canada Drew Neilson France Aymerick Mermoz
2002–03 France Xavier de Le Rue Canada Jasey-Jay Anderson France Mickael David
2003–04 France Xavier de Le Rue Italy Simone Malusa Canada Drew Neilson(2)
2004–05 France Xavier de Le Rue(3) Canada Jasey-Jay Anderson(3) United States Nate Holland
2005–06 Canada Jasey-Jay Anderson(2) Canada Drew Neilson France Xavier de Le Rue
2006–07 Canada Drew Neilson United States Nate Holland France Pierre Vaultier
2007–08 France Pierre Vaultier Norway Stian Sivertzen Austria Mario Fuchs
2008–09 Austria Markus Schairer United States Seth Wescott United States Nick Baumgartner
2009–10 France Pierre Vaultier Australia Alex Pullin United States Graham Watanabe
2010–11 Australia Alex Pullin France Pierre Vaultier United States Jonathan Cheever
2011–12 France Pierre Vaultier Russia Andrey Boldykov United States Nate Holland(2)
2012–13 Australia Alex Pullin(2) Austria Markus Schairer Italy Omar Visintin
2013–14 Italy Omar Visintin Germany Paul Berg Canada Christopher Robanske
2014–15 Spain Lucas Eguibar Australia Alex Pullin(2) Russia Nikolay Olyunin
2015–16 France Pierre Vaultier Austria Alessandro Hämmerle Spain Lucas Eguibar
2016–17 France Pierre Vaultier (5) Italy Omar Visintin Austria Alessandro Hämmerle
  • Medals:
RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 France (FRA)91414
2 Canada (CAN)35412
3 Italy (ITA)2316
4 Austria (AUT)2226
5 Australia (AUS)2215
 Sweden (SWE)2215
7 Spain (ESP)1012
8 United States (USA)0257
9 Russia (RUS)0112
10 Germany (GER)0101
 Norway (NOR)0101
  Switzerland (SUI)0101
Totals (12 nations)21212062

Extinct disciplines[edit]

Overall (1994–2010)[edit]

Season Winner Second Third
1994–95 United States Mike Jacoby Netherlands Thedo Remmelink United States Steve Persons
1995–96 United States Mike Jacoby(2) Austria Stefan Wurzacher Netherlands Thedo Remmelink
1996–97 Austria Harald Walder Austria Peter Pechhacker United States Anton Pogue
1997–98 Austria Alexander Koller Sweden Richard Rikardsson Germany Dieter Moherndl
1998–99 France Mathieu Bozzetto Austria Stefan Kaltschütz United States Ross Powers
1999–00 France Mathieu Bozzetto (2) France Nicolas Huet Austria Felix Stadler
2000–01 Canada Jasey-Jay Anderson Italy Walter Feichter France Nicolas Huet
2001–02 Canada Jasey-Jay Anderson France Mathieu Bozzetto France Nicolas Huet(2)
2002–03 Canada Jasey-Jay Anderson Germany Markus Ebner Austria Lukas Grüner
2003–04 Canada Jasey-Jay Anderson(4) Austria Dieter Krassnig Canada Drew Neilson
2005–06 Switzerland Simon Schoch Austria Siegfried Grabner Slovenia Rok Flander
2006–07 Switzerland Simon Schoch Austria Siegfried Grabner(2) Finland Peetu Piiroinen
2007–08 Austria Benjamin Karl France Mathieu Bozzetto(2) France Pierre Vaultier
2008–09 Austria Siegfried Grabner Austria Markus Schairer Austria Benjamin Karl
2009–10 Austria Benjamin Karl France Pierre Vaultier Austria Andreas Prommegger
No overall standings from this season.

Giant slalom (1994–2002)[edit]

Season Winner Second Third
1994–95 United States Mike Jacoby Austria Peter Pechhacker Netherlands Thedo Remmelink
1995–96 United States Mike Jacoby(2) Austria Peter Pechhacker Austria Harald Walder
1996–97 Austria Peter Pechhacker Austria Harald Walder Canada Ross Rebagliati
1997–98 France Nicolas Conte Austria Peter Pechhacker(3) Austria Harald Walder(2)
1998–99 Austria Stefan Kaltschütz United States Jeff Archibald France Mathieu Bozzetto
1999–00 Austria Stefan Kaltschütz(2) France Mathieu Bozzetto France Nicolas Huet
2000–01 Italy Walter Feichter Austria Stefan Kaltschütz Canada Jasey-Jay Anderson
2001–02 Slovenia Dejan Košir Germany Marcus Ebner Sweden Stephen Copp
No discipline standings from this season

Slalom (1994–1999)[edit]

Season Winner Second Third
1994–95 Italy Peter Pichler Netherlands Thedo Remmelink Germany Rainer Krug
1995–96 Italy Peter Pichler(2) Austria Stefan Wurzacher France Maxence Idesheim
1996–97 Italy Karl Frenademez Austria Harald Walder United States Anton Pogue
1997–98 Sweden Richard Rikardsson Slovenia Dejan Košir Germany Dieter Moherndl
1998–99 France Mathieu Bozzetto France Mathieu Chiquet France Nicolas Huet
No discipline standings from this season

Women's standings[edit]

Existing disciplines and grouped[edit]

Parallel (1994–, discontinuously)[edit]

Season Winner Runner-up Third
1994–95 Italy Marion Posch Germany Heidi Renoth Netherlands Marcella Boerma
No discipline standings between 1995–96 and 1998–99 seasons
1999–00 France Isabelle Blanc Austria Manuela Riegler France Karine Ruby
No discipline standings in 2000–01 season
2001–02 Switzerland Ursula Bruhin Netherlands Nicolien Sauerbreij France Isabelle Blanc
2002–03 Switzerland Ursula Bruhin Netherlands Nicolein Sauerbreij Germany Heidi Renoth
2003–04 Switzerland Daniela Meuli Switzerland Ursula Bruhin France Julie Pomagalski
2004–05 Switzerland Daniela Meuli Switzerland Ursula Bruhin Austria Doris Günther
2005–06 Switzerland Daniela Meuli France Julie Pomagalski Switzerland Ursula Bruhin
2006–07 Austria Doresia Krings Austria Heidi Neururer Switzerland Fränzi Mägert-Kohli
2007–08 Netherlands Nicolien Sauerbreij Switzerland Heidi Neururer Austria Claudia Riegler
2008–09 Germany Amelie Kober Austria Doris Günther Japan Tomoka Takeuchi
2009–10 Netherlands Nicolien Sauerbreij Austria Doris Günther Switzerland Fränzi Mägert-Kohli
2010–11 Russia Yekaterina Tudegesheva Switzerland Fränzi Mägert-Kohli Austria Marion Kreiner
2011–12 Switzerland Patrizia Kummer Germany Amelie Kober Austria Julia Dujmovits
2012–13 Switzerland Patrizia Kummer Austria Marion Kreiner Canada Caroline Calve
2013–14 Switzerland Patrizia Kummer Czech Republic Ester Ledecká Austria Julia Dujmovits
2014–15 Switzerland Julie Zogg Austria Marion Kreiner Czech Republic Ester Ledecká
2015–16 Czech Republic Ester Ledecká Russia Yekaterina Tudegesheva Switzerland Patrizia Kummer
2016–17 Czech Republic Ester Ledecká Russia Alena Zavarzina Switzerland Patrizia Kummer
2017–18 Czech Republic Ester Ledecká Germany Selina Jörg Germany Ramona Theresia Hofmeister
Parallel giant slalom (1995–, discontinuously)[edit]

Season Winner Second Third
1999–00 France Isabelle Blanc Austria Manuela Riegler France Karine Ruby
2001–02 France Isabelle Blanc Austria Doris Günther France Karine Ruby
No discipline standings between 2002–03 and 2011–12 seasons
2012–13 Austria Marion Kreiner Switzerland Patrizia Kummer Japan Tomoka Takeuchi
2013–14 Switzerland Patrizia Kummer Japan Tomoka Takeuchi Czech Republic Ester Ledecká
2014–15 Austria Marion Kreiner Czech Republic Ester Ledecká Switzerland Julie Zogg
2015–16 Czech Republic Ester Ledecká Russia Yekaterina Tudegesheva Austria Marion Kreiner
2016–17 Russia Alena Zavarzina Switzerland Patrizia Kummer Czech Republic Ester Ledecká
2017–18 Czech Republic Ester Ledecká Germany Selina Jörg Austria Julia Dujmovits
Parallel slalom (1994–, discontinuously)[edit]
Season Winner Second Third
1994–95 Italy Marion Posch Germany Heidi Renoth Netherlands Marcella Boerma
2000–01 Italy Carmen Ranigler France Karine Ruby United States Rosey Fletcher
2001–02 France Karine Ruby Germany Heidi Renoth(2) France Isabelle Blanc
No discipline standings between 2002–03 and 2011–12 seasons
2012–13 Switzerland Patrizia Kummer Germany Amelie Kober Canada Caroline Calve
2013–14 Switzerland Patrizia Kummer Czech Republic Ester Ledecká Russia Yekaterina Tudegesheva
2014–15 Switzerland Julie Zogg Austria Sabine Schöffmann Norway Hilde Katrine Engeli
2015–16 Switzerland Patrizia Kummer(3) Russia Yekaterina Tudegesheva Austria Ina Meschik
2016–17 Austria Daniela Ulbing Czech Republic Ester Ledecká Austria Sabine Schöffmann
2017–18 Russia Ekaterina Tudegesheva Germany Selina Jörg Austria Julie Zogg
  • Medals:
RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  Switzerland (SUI)146727
2 Czech Republic (CZE)53311
3 Austria (AUT)49922
4 France (FRA)42612
5 Russia (RUS)3418
6 Italy (ITA)3003
7 Netherlands (NED)2226
8 Germany (GER)18211
9 Japan (JPN)0123
10 Canada (CAN)0022
11 Norway (NOR)0011
 United States (USA)0011
Totals (12 nations)363536107

AFU (2010–) Freestyle overall (HP/BA/SS)[edit]

Season Winner Second Third
2010–11 China Cai Xuetong Australia Holly Crawford China Sun Zhifeng
2011–12 China Cai Xuetong Spain Queralt Castellet France Emma Bernard
2012–13 United States Kelly Clark United States Liu Jiayu France Sophie Rodriguez
2013–14 Czech Republic Šárka Pančochová United States Kelly Clark Netherlands Cheryl Maas
2014–15 Netherlands Cheryl Maas Slovakia Klaudia Medlová United States Kelly Clark
2015–16 United States Jamie Anderson China Cai Xuetong United Kingdom Katie Ormerod
2016–17 Austria Anna Gasser United States Jamie Anderson United States Julia Marino
Halfpipe (1994–)[edit]
Season Winner Runner-up Third
1994–95 United States Sabrina Sadeghi United States Annemarie Uliasz United States Cammy Potter
1995–96 Netherlands Carolien van Kilsdonk United States Annemarie Uliasz(2) Canada Lori Glazier
1996–97 Canada Tara Teigen United States Sabrina Sadeghi Canada Maëlle Ricker
1997–98 France Doriane Vidal Germany Sabine Wehr-Hasler Norway Stine Brun Kjeldaas
1998–99 United States Tricia Byrnes France Doriane Vidal United States Kim Stacey
1999–2000 Germany Sabine Wehr-Hasler United States Tricia Byrnes Sweden Anna Hellman
2000–01 Germany Sabine Wehr-Hasler(2) Norway Stine Brun Kjeldaas United Kingdom Lesley McKenna
2001–02 Austria Nicola Pederzolli Germany Sabine Wehr-Hasler France Valerie Bourdier
2002–03 Switzerland Manuela Laura Pesko Japan Soko Yamaoka Poland Paulina Ligocka
2003–04 Japan Soko Yamaoka Australia Torah Bright United Kingdom Lesley McKenna(2)
2004–05 Japan Melo Imai Switzerland Manuela Laura Pesko Japan Soko Yamaoka
2005–06 Switzerland Manuela Laura Pesko Poland Paulina Ligocka France Sophie Rodriguez
2006–07 Switzerland Manuela Laura Pesko Australia Holly Crawford Poland Paulina Ligocka(2)
2007–08 Switzerland Manuela Laura Pesko(4) China Liu Jiayu Spain Queralt Castellet
2008–09 China Liu Jiayu Japan Shiho Nakashima France Sophie Rodriguez
2009–10 China Cai Xuetong China Sun Zhifeng Australia Holly Crawford
2010–11 China Cai Xuetong Australia Holly Crawford(2) China Sun Zhifeng
2011–12 China Cai Xuetong Spain Queralt Castellet France Emma Bernard
2012–13 United States Kelly Clark China Liu Jiayu(2) France Sophie Rodriguez(3)
2013–14 United States Kelly Clark New Zealand Rebecca Sinclair Japan Rana Okada
2014–15 United States Kelly Clark(3) United States Arielle Gold China Cai Xuetong
2015–16 China Cai Xuetong United States Kelly Clark United States Chloe Kim
2016–17 United States Chloe Kim United States Kelly Clark China Liu Jiayu
  • Medals:
RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 United States (USA)810523
2 China (CHN)73414
3  Switzerland (SUI)4105
4 Japan (JPN)2226
5 Germany (GER)2204
6 Austria (AUT)2002
 Netherlands (NED)2002
8 France (FRA)1179
9 Canada (CAN)1023
10 Australia (AUS)0415
11 Poland (POL)0123
12 Norway (NOR)0112
 Spain (ESP)0112
14 New Zealand (NZL)0101
15 Great Britain (GBR)0033
16 Sweden (SWE)0011
Totals (16 nations)29272985
Big air (2010–, discontinuously)[edit]
Season Winner Second Third
2010–11 United States Allyson Carroll
Poland Katarzyna Rusin
Croatia Anja Štefan
Canada Brooke Voigt
No discipline standings between 2011–12 and 2013–14 seasons
2014–15 Netherlands Cheryl Maas United States Ty Walker Slovakia Klaudia Medlová
2015–16 United States Jamie Anderson
United States Julia Marino
Canada Jenna Blasman
United Kingdom Katie Ormerod
Slope style (2011–)[edit]
Season Winner Second Third
2011–12 Netherlands Charlotte van Gils Canada Brooke Voigt Canada Breanna Stangeland
2012–13 Norway Kjersti Buaas United States Jamie Anderson Finland Enni Rukajärvi
2013–14 Czech Republic Šárka Pančochová Netherlands Cheryl Maas New Zealand Christy Prior
2014–15 Netherlands Cheryl Maas Slovakia Klaudia Medlová Finland Ella Suitiala
2015–16 United States Jamie Anderson United States Karly Shorr Germany Silvia Mittermueller

Snowboard cross (1996–)[edit]

Season Winner Runner-up Third
1996–97 France Karine Ruby Austria Manuela Riegler United States Sondra Van Ert
1997–98 Austria Ursula Fingerlos Austria Manuela Riegler Netherlands Nicolien Sauerbreij
1998–99 Austria Ursula Fingerlos(2) Austria Manuela Riegler(3) Sweden Sophia Bergdahl
1999–00 Germany Sandra Farmand Italy Carmen Ranigler Austria Manuela Riegler
2000–01 France Karine Ruby Germany Sandra Farmand France Marie Laissus
2001–02 Austria Doresia Krings France Marie Laissus Austria Ursula Fingerlos
2002–03 France Karine Ruby Switzerland Olivia Nobs France Deborah Anthonioz
2003–04 France Karine Ruby(4) France Julie Pomagalski United States Lindsey Jacobellis
2004–05 Austria Doresia Krings(2) France Deborah Anthonioz Italy Carmen Ranigler
2005–06 Canada Dominique Maltais Canada Maelle Ricker Austria Doresia Krings
2006–07 United States Lindsey Jacobellis Switzerland Tanja Frieden Canada Maelle Ricker
2007–08 Canada Maelle Ricker United States Lindsey Jacobellis Switzerland Mellie Francon
2008–09 United States Lindsey Jacobellis(2) Canada Maelle Ricker Switzerland Sandra Frei
2009–10 Canada Maelle Ricker(2) Norway Helene Olafsen Canada Dominique Maltais
2010–11 Canada Dominique Maltais Bulgaria Alexandra Jekova United States Lindsey Jacobellis(2)
2011–12 Canada Dominique Maltais Canada Maelle Ricker(3) Bulgaria Alexandra Jekova
2012–13 Canada Dominique Maltais France Nelly Moenne Loccoz Italy Michela Moioli
2013–14 Canada Dominique Maltais(5) United States Lindsey Jacobellis(2) Bulgaria Alexandra Jekova(2)
2014–15 France Nelly Moenne Loccoz Canada Dominique Maltais Italy Michela Moioli(2)
2015–16 Italy Michela Moioli Czech Republic Eva Samková Australia Belle Brockhoff
2016–17 Czech Republic Eva Samková Italy Michela Moioli Australia Belle Brockhoff
  • Medals:
RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 Canada (CAN)74213
2 France (FRA)54211
3 Austria (AUT)43310
4 United States (USA)2237
5 Italy (ITA)1236
6 Czech Republic (CZE)1102
 Germany (GER)1102
8  Switzerland (SUI)0224
9 Bulgaria (BUL)0123
10 Norway (NOR)0101
11 Australia (AUS)0022
12 Netherlands (NED)0011
 Sweden (SWE)0011
Totals (13 nations)21212163

Extinct disciplines[edit]

Overall (1994–2010)[edit]

Season Winner Second Third
1994–95 France Karine Ruby Netherlands Marcella Boema Germany Heidi Renoth
1995–96 France Karine Ruby Austria Manuela Riegler Austria Birgit Herbert
1996–97 France Karine Ruby United States Sondra Van Ert Austria Manuela Riegler
1997–98 France Karine Ruby Austria Manuela Riegler Austria Ursula Fingerlos
1998–99 Austria Manuela Riegler France Karine Ruby Austria Ursula Fingerlos
1999–00 Austria Manuela Riegler France Isabelle Blanc Italy Margherita Parini
2000–01 France Karine Ruby Italy Carmen Ranigler United States Rosey Fletcher
2001–02 France Karine Ruby Austria Doresia Krings Austria Doris Günther
2002–03 France Karine Ruby Austria Doresia Krings Austria Ursula Fingerlos
2003–04 France Julie Pomagalski United States Lindsey Jacobellis Austria Doresia Krings
2004–05 Switzerland Daniela Meuli Switzerland Ursula Bruhin Austria Doris Günther
2005–06 Switzerland Daniela Meuli France Julie Pomagalski Switzerland Manuela Laura Pesko
2006–07 Austria Doresia Krings Austria Heidi Neururer Switzerland Fränzi Mägert-Kohli
2007–08 Netherlands Nicolien Sauerbreij United States Lindsey Jacobellis Switzerland Heidi Neururer
2008–09 Austria Doris Günther United States Lindsey Jacobellis Germany Amelie Kober
2009–10 Canada Maelle Ricker Netherlands Nicolien Sauerbreij Austria Doris Günther
No overall standings from this season.

Giant slalom (1994–2002)[edit]

Season Winner Second Third
1994–95 France Karine Ruby Germany Amalie Kulawik Austria Alexandra Krings
1995–96 France Karine Ruby United States Sondra Van Ert Austria Ursula Fingerlos
1996–97 France Karine Ruby Italy Margherita Parini United States Sondra Van Ert
1997–98 France Karine Ruby France Isabelle Blanc Italy Lidia Trettel
1998–99 Italy Margherita Parini France Karine Ruby United States Sondra Van Ert
1999–00 Italy Margherita Parini France Karine Ruby Austria Manuela Riegler
2000–01 France Karine Ruby Italy Marion Posch United States Sondra Van Ert
2001–02 Switzerland Steffi von Siebenthal Germany Heidi Renoth United States Lisa Kosglow
No discipline standings from this season

Slalom (1994–1999)[edit]

Season Winner Second Third
1994–95 Netherlands Marcella Boerma Germany Heidi Renoth France Karine Ruby
1995–96 France Karine Ruby Netherlands Marcella Boerma Austria Manuela Riegler
1996–97 France Karine Ruby Germany Heidi Renoth Italy Marion Posch
1997–98 France Karine Ruby Italy Marion Posch Austria Manuela Riegler
1998–99 Italy Marion Posch France Karine Ruby Austria Manuela Riegler
No discipline standings from this season

All-time medal count[edit]

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 France (FRA)473129107
2 Austria (AUT)373946122
3  Switzerland (SUI)27141556
4 United States (USA)22292677
5 Canada (CAN)19151246
6 Italy (ITA)1514938
7 Netherlands (NED)119828
8 Sweden (SWE)117826
9 Finland (FIN)10101030
10 Germany (GER)7181237
Totals (10 nations)206186175567

Most successful athletes[edit]

RankAthleteGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1France Karine Ruby205429
2France Mathieu Bozzetto96116
3Switzerland Patrizia Kummer7119
4Canada Jasey-Jay Anderson63312
5Finland Janne Korpi6208
6China Cai Xuetong6118
7France Pierre Vaultier5229
8Austria Benjamin Karl5139
9Austria Dominique Maltais5117
10Austria Doresia Krings4228
Totals (10 athletes)732418115

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