FIS Snowboarding World Championships 2013 – Women's snowboard cross

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The women's snowboard cross competition of the FIS Snowboarding World Championships 2013 was held at Stoneham-et-Tewkesbury, Québec, Canada between January 24 and 26, 2011.

The qualification round was completed on January 24, while the elimination round was completed on January 26.

Medalists[edit]

Gold Canada Maëlle Ricker
Canada (CAN)
Silver Canada Dominique Maltais
Canada (CAN)
Bronze Norway Helene Olafsen
Norway (NOR)

Results[edit]

Qualification[edit]

Rank Bib Name Country Run 1 Rank Run 2 Rank Best Notes
1 31 Maëlle Ricker  Canada 1:09.16 1 1:09.16 Q
2 37 Dominique Maltais  Canada 1:10.38 2 1:10.38 Q
3 29 Eva Samková  Czech Republic 1:10.43 3 1:10.43 Q
4 30 Nelly Moenne Loccoz  France 1:10.90 4 1:10.90 Q
5 34 Helene Olafsen  Norway 1:12.40 5 1:12.40 Q
6 42 Michela Moioli  Italy 1:12.54 6 1:12.54 Q
7 27 Déborah Anthonioz  France 1:12.99 7 1:12.99 Q
8 40 Zoe Gillings  Great Britain 1:13.34 8 1:13.34 Q
9 28 Aleksandra Zhekova  Bulgaria 1:14.00 9 1:14.00 Q
10 48 Sandra Daniela Gerber   Switzerland 1:14.10 10 1:14.10 Q
11 25 Belle Brockhoff  Australia 1:14.89 11 1:14.89 Q
12 39 Maria Ramberger  Austria 1:15.06 12 1:15.06 Q
13 32 Raffaella Brutto  Italy DNF 99 1:12.54 1 1:12.54 q
14 35 Chloe Trespeuch  France 1:24.26 18 1:15.20 2 1:15.20 q
15 38 Faye Gulini  United States 1:16.31 14 1:15.26 3 1:15.26 q
16 47 Carle Brenneman  Canada 1:15.65 13 DNF 99 1:15.65 q
17 49 Isabel Clark Ribeiro  Brazil 1:50.98 23 1:16.14 4 1:16.14 q
18 43 Susanne Moll  Austria DNF 99 1:16.56 5 1:16.56 q
19 36 Emilie Aubry   Switzerland 1:17.08 15 1:41.12 12 1:17.08 q
20 33 Yuka Fujimori  Japan 1:17.74 16 1:17.76 6 1:17.74 q
21 50 Jade Critchlow  Canada 1:29.14 20 1:17.78 7 1:17.78 q
22 54 Irina Kovaleva  Russia 1:23.69 17 2:02.88 13 1:23.69 q
23 46 Bell Berghuis  Netherlands DNF 99 1:26.53 8 1:26.53 q
24 52 Olga Chebotareva  Russia 1:28.02 19 1:27.57 9 1:27.57 q
25 26 Simona Meiler   Switzerland 1:35.86 22 1:29.95 10 1:29.95
26 53 Klára Koukalová  Czech Republic 2:04.59 25 1:31.15 11 1:31.15
27 55 Zuzanna Smykala  Poland 1:33.44 21 DNF 99 1:33.44
28 51 Jenna Feldman  United States 1:56.09 24 DNF 99 1:56.09
29 41 Claire Chapotot  France DNF 99 DNS 99
29 58 Courtney Phillipson  Australia DNS 99 DNS 99
29 57 Modesta Juste Morauskaite  Lithuania DNS 99 DNS 99
29 56 Katerina Chourova  Czech Republic DNS 99 DNS 99
29 45 Ana Amor  Spain DNS 99 DNS 99
29 44 Anastasia Asanova  Russia DNS 99 DNS 99

Elimination Round[edit]

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Quarterfinals[edit]

The top 24 qualifiers advanced to the Quarterfinals. From here, they participated in six-person elimination races, with the top three from each race advancing.

Semifinals[edit]

Finals[edit]

Small Finals[edit]

Rank Bib Name Country Notes
7 3 Eva Samková  Czech Republic
8 12 Maria Ramberger  Austria
9 18 Susanne Moll  Austria
10 8 Zoe Gillings  Great Britain
11 7 Déborah Anthonioz  France
12 24 Olga Chebotareva  Russia

Big Finals[edit]

Rank Bib Name Country Notes
1st, gold medalist(s) 1 Maëlle Ricker  Canada
2nd, silver medalist(s) 2 Dominique Maltais  Canada
3rd, bronze medalist(s) 5 Helene Olafsen  Norway
4 14 Chloe Trespeuch  France
5 6 Michela Moioli  Italy
6 13 Raffaella Brutto  Italy

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