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  • A relatively small resort located in the Styria region of Austria, Kreischberg lays claim to having one of the largest halfpipes in Europe, and its slopes are re-known as a haven for freestylers of both, the ski and snowboard persuasions.

    The resort has a history of hosting World Cup events dating back to 1997.

    From snowboard cross to halfpipe, to big air, to parallel slalom and parallel giant slalom, to slopestyle, the host of two world championships (2003, 2015) has shown itself capable of putting on a show in a diverse range of events - a distinction that will no-doubt be proven once again in 2017 when Kreischberg will play host to the 2016-17 season's slopestyle World Cup opener.

    Nice side story: In 2006 and 2010 the later on Olympic PGS champions (Daniela Meuli and Philipp Schoch as well as Nicolien Sauerbreij and Jasey Jay Anderson) won the parallel giant slalom at Kreischberg. 



     Year   Ladies  Men  Event  Format
     1997  Manuela Riegler (AUT)  Elmar Messner (ITA)  SBX  Heat of 4
     1997  Marie Birkl (SWE)  Dejan Kosir (SLO)  PSL  re-run
     1997  Nicola Thost (GER)  Dan Smith (USA)  HP  
     1999  Sophia Bergdahl (SWE)  Zeke Steggall (AUS)  SBX  Heat of 4
     1999  Isabelle Blanc (FRA)  Nicolas Huet (FRA)  PSL  re-run
     2001  Sandra Farmand (GER)  Pontus Stahlkloo (SWE)  SBX  Heat of 4
     2001  Karine Ruby (FRA)  Pontus Stahlkloo (SWE)  SBX  Heat of 4
     2001  Rosey Fletcher (USA)  Mathieu Bozzetto (FRA)  PSL  re-run
     2002  Marion Posch (ITA)  Siegfried Grabner (AUT)  PGS  re-run
     2002  Nicola Pederzolli (AUT)  Jan Michaelis (GER)  HP  
     2002  Deborah Anthonioz (FRA)  Thomas Bourgault (FRA)  SBX  Heat of 4
     2002    Tadej Valentan (SLO)  BA  
     2004  Sophier Rodriguez (FRA)  Risto Mattila (FIN)  HP  
     2004    Neil Connolly (CAN)  BA  
     2004  Soko Yamaoka (JPN)  Risto Mattila (FI)  HP  
     2005    Jonas Carlso (SWE)  BA  
     2006  Daniela Meuli (SUI)  Philipp Schoch (SUI)  PGS  re-run
     2006  Manuela Laura Pesko (SUI)  Janne Korpi (FIN)  HP  
     2009  Doris Guenther (AUT)  Siegfried Grabner (AUT)  PGS  re-run
     2009  Amelie Kober (GER)  Simon Schoch (SUI)  PSL  re-run
     2010  Nicolien Sauerbreij (NED)  Jasey Jay Anderson (CAN)  PGS  re-run
     2010  Sarka Pancochova (CZE)  Daisuke Murakami (JPN)  HP  
     2014  Sarka Pancochova (CZE)  Mans Hedberg (SWE)  SS  



Latest News

  • Mons Roisland (NOR) on his way to his career's first World Cup win

    Gasser and Roisland win slopestyle World Cup opener

    Anna Gasser (AUT) and Mons Roisland (NOR) have claimed victory at this season's first slopestyle World Cup competition staged on the 2015 world championships slope at Kreischberg (AUT) today.

  • Anna Gasser going big at Kreischberg despite tough weather conditions

    Anna Gasser back at it

    The 2015 world champs silver medallist from Austria has dominated the women's qualifier of the season's first slopestyle World Cup while one British and one Swedish rider stood out on the men's side of things.

  • The course is well-prepared for this season's first slopestyle World Cup

    Reigning world champions return to Kreischberg for season's first slopestyle World Cup

    Two year's after having successfully hosted the first ever combined Snowboard and Freestyle Skiing World Championships Kreischberg (AUT) is back on the map

  • Slopestyle World Cup and Snowboard Freestyle Overall World Cup winners Sarka Pancochova (CZE) and Mans Hedberg (SWE)

    Title hat-trick for Pancochova and Hedberg at Kreischberg

    The 2014 FIS Snowboard Freestyle World Cup tour concluded with a triumphant day for Sarka Pancochova (CZE) and Mans Hedberg (SWE). Both snowboarders were not only able to clinch the season's last slopestyle contest at Kreischberg, Austria, home of the first ever combined FIS Freestyle Ski & Snowboard World Championships next January, but also claimed the title in both, Slopestyle and Freestyle Overall World Cup due to their first rank today.

  • Sarka Pancochova (CZE) stomped her run and now aims for the Crystal Globe

    Warm weather delays qualifiers and shortens course

    The warm weather situation at Kreischberg, venue of the first ever combined FIS Freestyle Ski & Snowboard World Championships in 2015, was responsible for a one hour delay of today's slopestyle qualifiers of the final stop of the 2014 FIS Snowboard Freestyle World Cup tour.

  • Slopestyle Training Kreischberg

    Preview of the Kreischberg slopestyle course

    Compared to the Olympic slopestyle course at Sochi, course shaper Alli Zehetner has designed a different line for the season's final of the FIS Snowboard World Cup tour which will take place on March 5 (qualifiers) and 6 (finals) at Kreischberg.