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SNOWBOARD: Ledecka returns for PGS win in PyeongChang

Snowboard superstar Ester Ledecka returned from the Alpine World Championships to get back into the Snowboard World Cup and immediately scored a victory in...

SNOWBOARD Preview: World Cup resumes at famed Olympic venues for Halfpipe and Parallel

The World Championships are over and the World Cup grind returns in Snowboard. The first post-World Champs SnowCross event took place before the Utah...

SNOWBOARD: Bolton wins his first, Jacobellis her 30th World Cup in Feldberg Snowcross

The 2019 World Championships didn’t go exactly the way American star Lindsey Jacobellis wanted. She won a gold medal with Mick Dierdorff in the...

SNOWBOARD: Olimstad and Derungs are first-time winners at Seiser Alm

The weekend’s Freestyle and Snowboard events at Seiser Alm (ITA) brought out some new talent, including two Slopestyle winners who got to the top of the podium for the first time. Norway’s Markus Olimstad, 25, had never finished higher than fifth in a World Cup event, but his 88.00 on his second run was enough […]
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SNOWBOARD Preview: Next-to-last Slopestyle World Cup is in Seiseralm

The 2018-19 Snowboard Slopestyle World Cup is suddenly coming to an end, with just this week’s competition in Seiseralm (ITA) and then an 8...

SNOWBOARD: Corning and Kim dominate at Laax Open

American snowboard stars Chris Corning and Chloe Kim were superb in winning their events at the famed Laax Open in Switzerland, as the U.S....

SNOWBOARD Preview: Will Ledecka ride at Rogla?

The fourth Parallel Giant Slalom of the FIS Snowboard World Cup season is on for Saturday in Rogla (SLO), with qualifying and the final...

SNOWBOARD Preview: Kim leads strong fields in Laax Open for Halfpipe and Slopestyle

One of the popular stops on the FIS World Cup Tour is Laax (SUI) for the annual Laax Open, and 2019 is no exception. Both Halfpipe and Slopestyle competitions will be held for men and women, with qualifications beginning on Wednesday and concluding on the 19th (Saturday). The Halfpipe entries are led by American Chloe […]
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SNOWBOARD: Japan’s Onitsuka defeats Olympic star Gasser in final round

The second Snowboard Slopestyle event of the season turned into a showdown between Japan’s Miyabi Onitsuka, going for her second straight win and the...

SNOWBOARD Preview: Slopestyle season resumes in Kreischberg

The second of six Slopestyle events in the 2018-19 FIS World Cup is getting ready in Kreischberg (AUT), with competition for men and women. The only event held so far was in Secret Garden (CHN) in late December, with Japan’s Takeru Otsuka taking the win over Niklas Mattson (SWE) and Vlad Kahdarin (RUS) in the […]
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SNOWBOARD: Sensational win for 45-year-old Claudia Riegler in Bad Gastein!

Everyone knows that you have to be a teenager or 20-something to ride at the top of the World Cup Snowboard circuit, right? Someone forgot...

SNOWBOARD: Gold and silver for Jacobellis in Cervinia SnowCross

The FIS Snowboard Cross season opened in Cervinia (ITA) and one of the greatest snowboarders in history got to the line first: American Lindsey...

SNOWBOARD Preview: Halfpipe & Slopestyle in China; Snow Cross in Italy

There’s a lot of Snowboard World Cup action this weekend, with Halfpipe and Slopestyle in Secret Garden (CHN) and Snowboard Cross in Cervinia (ITA). ∙...

SNOWBOARD: Ledecka second and first in PGS openers

The “alpine” events in Snowboard opened in Carezza and Cortina d’Ampezzi (ITA) and Czech sensation Ester Ledecka was in the thick of the fight for in both places. The Olympic gold medalist in 2018 – who also won a shock victory in the Alpine Super-G – lost in the opener in Carezza to unheralded Nadya […]
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SNOWBOARD Preview: Three days of Parallel Giant Slaloms in Italy

The Snowboard World Cup in Slalom and Giant Slalom will have a three-day opening this week in Carezza (13th) and Cortina d’Ampezzo (15th) in...

SNOWBOARD: Kim & Mastro go 1-2 at Copper Mountain

Everyone stops talking when Olympic champ Chloe Kim is announced as the next rider, and for good reason. She dominated the Toyota U.S. Grand Prix...

FREESTYLE SKIING & SNOWBOARD Preview: Season openers for Halfpipe and Moguls

The World Cup ski seasons are slowly opening in all disciplines and this weekend has the start of three Freestyle events, in Halfpipe, Ski...

SNOWBOARD: Thorgren authors surprise Big Air win in Beijing

Austria’a Anna Gasser has been one of the best Snowboard Big Air and Slopestyle competitors for several years, including the gold medal in Big...

SNOWBOARD Preview: Big Air comes to Beijing

The site of the 2022 Olympic Winter Games will host the second Big Air competition of the 2018-19 season, with a men’s and women’s...

FREESTYLE SKIING & SNOWBOARD Preview: World Cup Big Air seasons resume in Modena

The World Cup season in Big Air for Freestyle and Snowboard will resume after a two-month break with competitions in Modena (ITA) this weekend. It’s...
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