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  • Aside from a breaks in 2006 and 2014, Moscow has been an annual stop on the FIS Snowboard World Cup tour since 2005.

    And also this year, the Russian capital is up for some snowboard action - however, things will totally differ from previous seasons.

    While riders were tackling either a scaffolding jump for a Big Air World Cup or a ramp/hill for some parallel raceboard duels, it's now time to bring snowboard cross to one of the most interesting mega cities of the world.

     

    WINNERS

     Year  Ladies  Men  Event  Format
     2005    Jukka Eratuli (FIN)  BA  
     2007    Peetu Piiroinen (FIN)  BA  
     2008    Stefan Gimpl (AUT)  BA  
     2009    Stefan Gimpl (AUT)  BA  
     2010  Doris Guenther (AUT)  Aaron March (ITA)  PSL  re-run
     2011  Ekaterina Tudegesheva (RUS)  Roland Fischnaller (ITA)  PSL  re-run
     2012  Patrizia Kummer (SUI)  Roland Fischnaller (ITA)  PSL  re-run
     2013  Caroline Calvé (CAN)  Stanislav Detkov (RUS)  PSL  single run
     2015  Claudia Riegler (AUT)  Justin Reiter (USA)  PSL  single run
     2016  Patrizia Kummer (SUI)  Roland Fischnaller (ITA)  PSL  single run
     2017  Katie Ormerod (GBR)  Vlad Khadarin (RUS)  BA  

     

Latest News

  • Men's podium Big Air World Cup Moscow

    Ormerod and Khadarin secure historic wins in Moscow

    Katie Ormerod (GBR) and Vlad Khadarin (RUS) have claimed their respective career's first in today's penultimate big air World Cup of the 2016-17 season staged in the Krylatskoye Sports Centre right outside of downtown Moscow (RUS).

    20:19
  • Stefan Gimpl (AUT) was the last to win a big air World Cup in Moscow

    Big Air World Cup finally returns to Moscow

    Although Moscow has been organising consecutive Snowboard World Cup events since 2005 - with the Olympic seasons of 2006 and 2014 being the only two exceptions - it has been more than seven years since snowboard fans have had the chance to watch some big air action in the Russian capital.

    09:41
  • Seoul 2009 was the only big air World Cup event in South Korea so far

    FIS Snowboard World Cup calendar 2016/17 confirmed

    The FIS Council held its spring Meetings during the FIS Congress Week in Cancun (MEX) from 6th-11th June. One of the main topics was the confirmation of the official calendar: here is a quick overview of the 2016-17 FIS Snowboard World Cup season.

    19:22
  • HIghlights Monday: Moscow PSL

    HIghlights Monday: Moscow PSL

    Patrizia Kummer (SUI) and Roland Fischnaller (ITA) repeat their 2012 triumph at the Moscow ramp parallel slalom. 

    19:04
  • Patrizia Kummer wins again in Moscow

    Athlete of the week: Patrizia Kummer

    Third psl, second triumph! The Swiss takes her season's second in Moscow, repeating her 2012 ramp victory. 

    18:52
  • First Swiss double victory since Bad Gastein 2012: Patrizia Kummer wins ahead of Ladina Jenny in Moscow with Ester Ledecka (CZE) in third

    From Russia with love: Kummer and Fischnaller repeat 2012 triumph

    The Swiss and Italian carving specialists do it again in the Russian capital

    19:02

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