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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.

FIS Snowboard World Cup
Statusactive
Genresports event
Date(s)Northern wintertime season
BeginsDecember
EndsMarch
Frequencyannual
Countryvarying
Inaugurated1994 (1994)
Most recent2017–18 FIS Snowboard World Cup
Next event2018–19 FIS Snowboard World Cup

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.

Contents

Men's standingsEdit

Existing disciplines and groupedEdit

Parallel (1994–, discontinuously)Edit

Season Winner Runner-up Third
1994–95   Mike Jacoby   Mathias Behounek   Rainer Krug
No discipline standings between 1995–96 and 1998–99 seasons
1999–00   Mathieu Bozzetto   Nicolas Huet   Felix Stadler
No discipline standings in 2000–01 season
2001–02   Mathieu Bozzetto   Dejan Košir   Felix Stadler(2)
2002–03   Mathieu Bozzetto(3)   Dejan Košir(2)   Markus Ebner
2003–04   Siegfried Grabner   Mathieu Bozzetto   Urs Eiselin
2004–05   Philipp Schoch   Urs Eiselin   Siegfried Grabner
2005–06   Simon Schoch   Philipp Schoch   Heinz Inniger
2006–07   Simon Schoch(3)   Siegfried Grabner   Rok Flander
2007–08   Benjamin Karl   Mathieu Bozzetto   Andreas Prommegger
2008–09   Siegfried Grabner   Benjamin Karl   Jasey-Jay Anderson
2009–10   Benjamin Karl   Andreas Prommegger   Jasey-Jay Anderson(2)
2010–11   Benjamin Karl(2)   Andreas Prommegger(2)   Roland Fischnaller
2011–12   Andreas Prommegger   Roland Fischnaller   Benjamin Karl
2012–13   Andreas Prommegger(2)   Roland Fischnaller   Žan Košir
2013–14   Lukas Mathies   Sylvain Dufour   Žan Košir(2)
2014–15   Žan Košir   Roland Fischnaller   Justin Reiter
2015–16   Radoslav Yankov   Roland Fischnaller(4)   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   Mathieu Bozzetto   Nicolas Huet   Felix Stadler
No discipline standings in 2000–01 season
2001–02   Dejan Košir   Mathieu Bozzetto   Siegfried Grabner
No discipline standings between 2002–03 and 2011–12 seasons
2012–13   Andreas Prommegger   Roland Fischnaller   Rok Marguc
2013–14   Lukas Mathies   Sylvain Dufour   Žan Košir
2014–15   Žan Košir   Vic Wild   Andrey Sobolev
2015–16   Andrey Sobolev   Radoslav Yankov   Andreas Prommegger
Parallel slalom (2000–, discontinuously)Edit
Season Winner Second Third
2000–01   Mathieu Bozzetto   Nicolas Huet   Richard Rikardsson
2001–02   Mathieu Bozzetto(2)   Nicolas Huet(2)   Dejan Košir
No discipline standings between 2002–03 and 2011–12 seasons
2012–13   Roland Fischnaller   Žan Košir   Aaron March
2013–14   Sylvain Dufour   Simon Schoch   Lukas Mathies
2014–15   Žan Košir   Roland Fischnaller   Benjamin Karl
2015–16   Roland Fischnaller(2)   Žan Košir   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   Nathan Johnstone   Clemens Schattschneider   Ryo Aono
2011–12   Janne Korpi   Dimi de Jong   Petja Piiroinen
2012–13   Janne Korpi   Scott Lago   Yiwei Zhang
2013–14   Hans Hedberg   Petja Piiroinen   Scotty James
2014–15   Janne Korpi   Petja Piiroinen   Taylor Gold
  Yiwei Zhang
2015–16   Ryo Aono   Chris Corning   Max Parrot
Halfpipe (1994–)Edit
Season Winner Runner-up Third
1994–95   Lael Gregory   Ross Powers   Ivan Zeller
1995–96   Ross Powers   Rob Kingwill   Dan Smith
1996–97   Jonas Gunnarsson   Dan Smith   Trevor Andrew
1997–98   Fredrik Sterner   Klas Vangen   Kim Christiansen
1998–99   Ross Powers(2)   Tommy Czeschin   Magnus Sterner
1999–00   Thomas Johansson   Magnus Sterner(2)   Fredrik Sterner
2000–01   Magnus Sterner   Stefan Karlsson   Jan Michaelis
2001–02   Jan Michaelis   Risto Mattila   Antti Autti
2002–03   Xaver Hoffmann   Magnus Sterner(2)   Domu Narita
2003–04   Risto Mattila   Antti Autti   Xaver Hoffmann
2004–05   Mathieu Crepel   Jan Michaelis   Kazuhiro Kokubo
2005–06   Jan Michaelis(2)   Xaver Hoffmann   Kazuhiro Kokubo(2)
2006–07   Ryo Aono   Kohei Kudo   Dolf van der Wal
2007–08   Iouri Podladtchikov   Gregory Bretz   Jeff Batchelor
2008–09   Ryo Aono   Nathan Johnstone   Gary Zebrowski
2009–10   Justin Lamoureux   Janne Korpi   Christophe Schmidt
2010–11   Nathan Johnstone   Ryo Aono   Arthur Longo
2011–12   Janne Korpi   Nathan Johnstone(2)   Dimi de Jong
2012–13   Scott Lago   Yiwei Zhang   Shuhei Sato
2013–14   Scotty James   Johann Baisamy   Ryo Aono
2014–15   Taylor Gold
  Yiwei Zhang
  Gregory Bretz
2015–16   Ryo Aono(3)   Raibu Katayama   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   Andreas Jakobsson
  Björn Lindgren
  Sami Tuoriniemi
2002–03   Jukka Eratuli   Sami Tuoriniemi   Florian Mausser
2003–04   Simon Ax   Neil Connolly   Florian Mausser(2)
2004–05   Jukka Eratuli   Matevz Petek   Jaakko Ruha
2005–06   Stefan Gimpl   Ville Uotila   Matevz Petek
2006–07   Peetu Piiroinen   Matevz Petek(2)   Jaakko Ruha(2)
2007–08   Stefan Gimpl   Janne Korpi   Matevz Petek(2)
2008–09   Stefan Gimpl   Marko Grilc   Peetu Piiroinen
2009–10   Stefan Gimpl(4)   Gian-Luca Cavigelli   Matevz Pristavec
2010–11   Clemens Schattschneider   Sebastien Toutant   Stefan Falkeis
2011–12   Janne Korpi   Petja Piiroinen   Niklas Mattsson
2012–13   Seppe Smits   Clemens Schattschneider   Patrick Burgener
No discipline standings in 2013–14 season
2014–15   Seppe Smits(2)
  Darcy Sharpe
  Jonas Boesiger
2015–16   Max Parrot   Tyler Nicholson   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   Dimi de Jong   Jonathan Versteeg   Max Parrot
2012–13   Yuki Kadono   Sven Thorgren   Torstein Horgmo
2013–14   Mans Hedberg   Max Parrot   Petja Piiroinen
2014–15   Janne Korpi   Petja Piiroinen   Michael Ciccarelli
2015–16   Chris Corning   Brandon Davis   Max Eberhardt

Snowboard cross (1996–)Edit

Season Winner Runner-up Third
1996–97   Elmar Messner   Alex Voyat   Richard Rikardsson
1997–98   Alexander Koller   Daniel Biveson   Drew Neilson
1998–99   Sylvain Duclos   Magnus Sterner   Ben Wainwright
1999–00   Pontus Stahlkloo   Guillaume Nantermod   Zeke Steggall
2000–01   Pontus Stahlkloo(2)   Jasey-Jay Anderson   Alexander Maier
2001–02   Jasey-Jay Anderson   Drew Neilson   Aymerick Mermoz
2002–03   Xavier de Le Rue   Jasey-Jay Anderson   Mickael David
2003–04   Xavier de Le Rue   Simone Malusa   Drew Neilson(2)
2004–05   Xavier de Le Rue(3)   Jasey-Jay Anderson(3)   Nate Holland
2005–06   Jasey-Jay Anderson(2)   Drew Neilson   Xavier de Le Rue
2006–07   Drew Neilson   Nate Holland   Pierre Vaultier
2007–08   Pierre Vaultier   Stian Sivertzen   Mario Fuchs
2008–09   Markus Schairer   Seth Wescott   Nick Baumgartner
2009–10   Pierre Vaultier   Alex Pullin   Graham Watanabe
2010–11   Alex Pullin   Pierre Vaultier   Jonathan Cheever
2011–12   Pierre Vaultier   Andrey Boldykov   Nate Holland(2)
2012–13   Alex Pullin(2)   Markus Schairer   Omar Visintin
2013–14   Omar Visintin   Paul Berg   Christopher Robanske
2014–15   Lucas Eguibar   Alex Pullin(2)   Nikolay Olyunin
2015–16   Pierre Vaultier   Alessandro Hämmerle   Lucas Eguibar
2016–17   Pierre Vaultier (5)   Omar Visintin   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 disciplinesEdit

Overall (1994–2010)Edit

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

Giant slalom (1994–2002)Edit

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

Slalom (1994–1999)Edit

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

Women's standingsEdit

Existing disciplines and groupedEdit

Parallel (1994–, discontinuously)Edit

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

Season Winner Second Third
1999–00   Isabelle Blanc   Manuela Riegler   Karine Ruby
2001–02   Isabelle Blanc   Doris Günther   Karine Ruby
No discipline standings between 2002–03 and 2011–12 seasons
2012–13   Marion Kreiner   Patrizia Kummer   Tomoka Takeuchi
2013–14   Patrizia Kummer   Tomoka Takeuchi   Ester Ledecká
2014–15   Marion Kreiner   Ester Ledecká   Julie Zogg
2015–16   Ester Ledecká   Yekaterina Tudegesheva   Marion Kreiner
2016–17   Alena Zavarzina   Patrizia Kummer   Ester Ledecká
2017–18   Ester Ledecká   Selina Jörg   Julia Dujmovits
Parallel slalom (1994–, discontinuously)Edit
Season Winner Second Third
1994–95   Marion Posch   Heidi Renoth   Marcella Boerma
2000–01   Carmen Ranigler   Karine Ruby   Rosey Fletcher
2001–02   Karine Ruby   Heidi Renoth(2)   Isabelle Blanc
No discipline standings between 2002–03 and 2011–12 seasons
2012–13   Patrizia Kummer   Amelie Kober   Caroline Calve
2013–14   Patrizia Kummer   Ester Ledecká   Yekaterina Tudegesheva
2014–15   Julie Zogg   Sabine Schöffmann   Hilde Katrine Engeli
2015–16   Patrizia Kummer(3)   Yekaterina Tudegesheva   Ina Meschik
2016–17   Daniela Ulbing   Ester Ledecká   Sabine Schöffmann
2017–18   Ekaterina Tudegesheva   Selina Jörg   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   Cai Xuetong   Holly Crawford   Sun Zhifeng
2011–12   Cai Xuetong   Queralt Castellet   Emma Bernard
2012–13   Kelly Clark   Liu Jiayu   Sophie Rodriguez
2013–14   Šárka Pančochová   Kelly Clark   Cheryl Maas
2014–15   Cheryl Maas   Klaudia Medlová   Kelly Clark
2015–16   Jamie Anderson   Cai Xuetong   Katie Ormerod
2016–17   Anna Gasser   Jamie Anderson   Julia Marino
Halfpipe (1994–)Edit
Season Winner Runner-up Third
1994–95   Sabrina Sadeghi   Annemarie Uliasz   Cammy Potter
1995–96   Carolien van Kilsdonk   Annemarie Uliasz(2)   Lori Glazier
1996–97   Tara Teigen   Sabrina Sadeghi   Maëlle Ricker
1997–98   Doriane Vidal   Sabine Wehr-Hasler   Stine Brun Kjeldaas
1998–99   Tricia Byrnes   Doriane Vidal   Kim Stacey
1999–2000   Sabine Wehr-Hasler   Tricia Byrnes   Anna Hellman
2000–01   Sabine Wehr-Hasler(2)   Stine Brun Kjeldaas   Lesley McKenna
2001–02   Nicola Pederzolli   Sabine Wehr-Hasler   Valerie Bourdier
2002–03   Manuela Laura Pesko   Soko Yamaoka   Paulina Ligocka
2003–04   Soko Yamaoka   Torah Bright   Lesley McKenna(2)
2004–05   Melo Imai   Manuela Laura Pesko   Soko Yamaoka
2005–06   Manuela Laura Pesko   Paulina Ligocka   Sophie Rodriguez
2006–07   Manuela Laura Pesko   Holly Crawford   Paulina Ligocka(2)
2007–08   Manuela Laura Pesko(4)   Liu Jiayu   Queralt Castellet
2008–09   Liu Jiayu   Shiho Nakashima   Sophie Rodriguez
2009–10   Cai Xuetong   Sun Zhifeng   Holly Crawford
2010–11   Cai Xuetong   Holly Crawford(2)   Sun Zhifeng
2011–12   Cai Xuetong   Queralt Castellet   Emma Bernard
2012–13   Kelly Clark   Liu Jiayu(2)   Sophie Rodriguez(3)
2013–14   Kelly Clark   Rebecca Sinclair   Rana Okada
2014–15   Kelly Clark(3)   Arielle Gold   Cai Xuetong
2015–16   Cai Xuetong   Kelly Clark   Chloe Kim
2016–17   Chloe Kim   Kelly Clark   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   Allyson Carroll
  Katarzyna Rusin
  Anja Štefan
  Brooke Voigt
No discipline standings between 2011–12 and 2013–14 seasons
2014–15   Cheryl Maas   Ty Walker   Klaudia Medlová
2015–16   Jamie Anderson
  Julia Marino
  Jenna Blasman
  Katie Ormerod
Slope style (2011–)Edit
Season Winner Second Third
2011–12   Charlotte van Gils   Brooke Voigt   Breanna Stangeland
2012–13   Kjersti Buaas   Jamie Anderson   Enni Rukajärvi
2013–14   Šárka Pančochová   Cheryl Maas   Christy Prior
2014–15   Cheryl Maas   Klaudia Medlová   Ella Suitiala
2015–16   Jamie Anderson   Karly Shorr   Silvia Mittermueller

Snowboard cross (1996–)Edit

Season Winner Runner-up Third
1996–97   Karine Ruby   Manuela Riegler   Sondra Van Ert
1997–98   Ursula Fingerlos   Manuela Riegler   Nicolien Sauerbreij
1998–99   Ursula Fingerlos(2)   Manuela Riegler(3)   Sophia Bergdahl
1999–00   Sandra Farmand   Carmen Ranigler   Manuela Riegler
2000–01   Karine Ruby   Sandra Farmand   Marie Laissus
2001–02   Doresia Krings   Marie Laissus   Ursula Fingerlos
2002–03   Karine Ruby   Olivia Nobs   Deborah Anthonioz
2003–04   Karine Ruby(4)   Julie Pomagalski   Lindsey Jacobellis
2004–05   Doresia Krings(2)   Deborah Anthonioz   Carmen Ranigler
2005–06   Dominique Maltais   Maelle Ricker   Doresia Krings
2006–07   Lindsey Jacobellis   Tanja Frieden   Maelle Ricker
2007–08   Maelle Ricker   Lindsey Jacobellis   Mellie Francon
2008–09   Lindsey Jacobellis(2)   Maelle Ricker   Sandra Frei
2009–10   Maelle Ricker(2)   Helene Olafsen   Dominique Maltais
2010–11   Dominique Maltais   Alexandra Jekova   Lindsey Jacobellis(2)
2011–12   Dominique Maltais   Maelle Ricker(3)   Alexandra Jekova
2012–13   Dominique Maltais   Nelly Moenne Loccoz   Michela Moioli
2013–14   Dominique Maltais(5)   Lindsey Jacobellis(2)   Alexandra Jekova(2)
2014–15   Nelly Moenne Loccoz   Dominique Maltais   Michela Moioli(2)
2015–16   Michela Moioli   Eva Samková   Belle Brockhoff
2016–17   Eva Samková   Michela Moioli   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 disciplinesEdit

Overall (1994–2010)Edit

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

Giant slalom (1994–2002)Edit

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

Slalom (1994–1999)Edit

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

All-time medal countEdit

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 athletesEdit

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

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