2008–09 FIS Freestyle Skiing World Cup

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Freestyle Skiing World Cup 2008/09
DisciplineMenLadies
Overall Flag of Canada.svg Alexandre Bilodeau Flag of France.svg Ophélie David
Moguls Flag of Canada.svg Alexandre Bilodeau Flag of the United States.svg Hannah Kearney
Aerials Flag of Canada.svg Steve Omischl Flag of Australia.svg Lydia Lassila
Ski Cross Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Tomáš Kraus Flag of France.svg Ophélie David
Halfpipe Flag of France.svg Kevin Rolland Flag of Switzerland.svg Virginie Faivre
Nations CupFlag of Canada.svg  Canada
Competition
Locations 16 16
Individual 27 29
Cancelled 3 1

The 2008/09 FIS Freestyle Skiing World Cup was the thirtieth World Cup season in freestyle skiing organised by International Ski Federation. The season started on 18 December 2008 and ended on 20 March 2009. [1] [2] This season included four disciplines: moguls, ski cross, aerials and halfpipe.

Freestyle skiing is a skiing discipline comprising aerials, moguls, cross, half-pipe and slopestyle as part of the Winter Olympics. It can consist of a skier performing aerial flips and spins, and can include skiers sliding rails and boxes on their skis. It is also commonly referred to as freeskiing, jibbing, as well as many other names around the world.

International Ski Federation international governing body for ski sports

The Fédération Internationale de Ski is the world's highest governing body for international winter sports. Founded in Chamonix on 2 February 1924, it is responsible for the Olympic disciplines of Alpine skiing, cross-country skiing, ski jumping, Nordic combined, freestyle skiing and snowboarding. The FIS is also responsible for setting the international competition rules. The organization now has a membership of 118 national ski associations and is based in Oberhofen am Thunersee, Switzerland.

Mogul skiing discipline of freestyle skiing

Mogul skiing is a freestyle skiing competition consisting of one timed run of free skiing on a steep, heavily moguled course, stressing technical turns, aerial maneuvers and speed. Internationally, the sport is contested at the FIS Freestyle World Ski Championships, and at the Winter Olympic Games.

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Dual mogul counted together with moguls ranking and for moguls title.

Men

Moguls

NumSeasonDatePlaceEventWinnerSecondThird
35118 December 2008 Flag of France.svg Meribel DM Flag of Canada.svg Pierre-Alexandre Rousseau Flag of Canada.svg Alexandre Bilodeau Flag of France.svg Anthony Benna
36214 February 2009 Flag of Sweden.svg Åre DM Flag of Canada.svg Alexandre Bilodeau Flag of France.svg Guilbaut Colas Flag of Canada.svg Maxime Gringas
21 February 2009 Flag of Norway.svg Myrkdalen-Voss DMcancelled
264124 January 2009 Flag of Canada.svg Mont Gabriel MO Flag of Canada.svg Vincent Marquis Flag of Canada.svg Alexandre Bilodeau Flag of Canada.svg Pierre-Alexandre Rousseau
265229 January 2009 Flag of the United States.svg Deer Valley MO Flag of France.svg Guilbaut Colas Flag of Canada.svg Alexandre Bilodeau Flag of the United States.svg Patrick Deneen
266331 January 2009 Flag of the United States.svg Deer Valley MO Flag of France.svg Guilbaut Colas Flag of the United States.svg David Babic Flag of Russia.svg Alexandr Smyshlyaev
26747 February 2009 Flag of Canada.svg Cypress Mountain MO Flag of Canada.svg Alexandre Bilodeau Flag of Japan.svg Yugo Tsukita Flag of France.svg Guilbaut Colas
268513 February 2009 Flag of Sweden.svg Åre MO Flag of Canada.svg Alexandre Bilodeau Flag of Canada.svg Pierre-Alexandre Rousseau Flag of Canada.svg Vincent Marquis
269620 February 2009 Flag of Norway.svg Myrkdalen-Voss MO Flag of Canada.svg Alexandre Bilodeau Flag of Finland.svg Tapio Luusua Flag of the United States.svg Michael Morse
270718 March 2009 Flag of France.svg La Plagne MO Flag of Canada.svg Alexandre Bilodeau Flag of France.svg Guilbaut Colas Flag of France.svg Pierre Ochs

Ski Cross

NumSeasonDatePlaceEventWinnerSecondThird
3415 January 2009 Flag of Austria.svg St. Johann in Tirol/Oberndorf SX Flag of Switzerland.svg Michael Schmid Flag of Austria.svg Andreas Matt Flag of Sweden.svg Tommy Eliasson
35210 January 2009 Flag of France.svg Les Contamines SX Flag of Austria.svg Andreas Matt Flag of Canada.svg Christopher Del Bosco Flag of Austria.svg Markus Wittner
3635 January 2009 Flag of France.svg Flaine SX Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Tomáš Kraus Flag of the United States.svg Casey Puckett Flag of Sweden.svg Eric Iljans
37419 January 2009 Flag of the United States.svg Lake Placid SX Flag of Sweden.svg Lars Lewen Flag of Austria.svg Patrick Koller Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Tomáš Kraus
3856 February 2009 Flag of Canada.svg Cypress Mountain SX Flag of Canada.svg Christopher Del Bosco Flag of Canada.svg Stanley Hayer Flag of Canada.svg Davey Barr
39619 February 2009 Flag of Norway.svg Myrkdalen-Voss SX Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Tomáš Kraus Flag of Austria.svg Thomas Zangerl Flag of Austria.svg Andreas Matt
40724 February 2009 Flag of Sweden.svg Branäs SX Flag of Sweden.svg Lars Lewen Flag of Canada.svg Christopher Del Bosco Flag of Switzerland.svg Michael Schmid
41814 March 2009 Flag of Switzerland.svg Meiringen-Hasliberg SX Flag of Switzerland.svg Andreas Steffen Flag of Canada.svg Christopher Del Bosco Flag of France.svg Xavier Kuhn
15 March 2009 Flag of Switzerland.svg Meiringen-Hasliberg SXcancelled
42920 March 2009 Flag of France.svg La Plagne SX Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Tomáš Kraus Flag of Switzerland.svg Armin Niederer Flag of Canada.svg Stanley Hayer

Aerials

NumSeasonDatePlaceEventWinnerSecondThird
19 December 2008 Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg Adventure Mountain AEcancelled
264120 December 2008 Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg Adventure Mountain AE Flag of Belarus.svg Alexei Grishin Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg Ke Li Flag of Canada.svg Warren Shouldice
265218 January 2009 Flag of the United States.svg Lake Placid AE Flag of the United States.svg Jeret Peterson Flag of Canada.svg Kyle Nissen Flag of Canada.svg Warren Shouldice
266325 January 2009 Flag of Canada.svg Mont Gabriel AE Flag of Canada.svg Steve Omischl Flag of Belarus.svg Timofei Slivets Flag of Switzerland.svg Thomas Lambert
267430 January 2009 Flag of the United States.svg Deer Valley AE Flag of the United States.svg Ryan St. Onge Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg Zhongqing Liu Flag of Canada.svg Steve Omischl
26856 February 2009 Flag of Canada.svg Cypress Mountain AE Flag of Canada.svg Steve Omischl Flag of Belarus.svg Anton Kushnir Flag of Ukraine.svg Stanislav Kravchuk
269614 February 2009 Flag of Russia.svg Moscow AE Flag of the United States.svg Ryan St. Onge Flag of Belarus.svg Dmitri Dashinski Flag of Ukraine.svg Stanislav Kravchuk

Halfpipe

NumSeasonDatePlaceEventWinnerSecondThird
10111 January 2009 Flag of France.svg Les Contamines HP Flag of France.svg Xavier Bertoni Flag of Switzerland.svg Nils Lauper Flag of France.svg Kevin Rolland
11229 January 2009 Flag of the United States.svg Park City Mountain Resort HP Flag of France.svg Kevin Rolland Flag of France.svg Xavier Bertoni Flag of the United States.svg Walter Wood
12319 March 2009 Flag of France.svg La Plagne HP Flag of France.svg Kevin Rolland Flag of the United States.svg David Wise Flag of Switzerland.svg Nils Lauper

Ladies

Moguls

NumSeasonDatePlaceEventWinnerSecondThird
34118 December 2008 Flag of France.svg Meribel DM Flag of the United States.svg Hannah Kearney Flag of Canada.svg Jennifer Heil Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Nikola Sudová
35214 February 2009 Flag of Sweden.svg Åre DM Flag of the United States.svg Hannah Kearney Flag of Japan.svg Aiko Uemura Flag of Austria.svg Margarita Marbler
21 February 2009 Flag of Norway.svg Myrkdalen-Voss DMcancelled
264124 January 2009 Flag of Canada.svg Mont Gabriel MO Flag of Japan.svg Aiko Uemura Flag of Canada.svg Jennifer Heil Flag of the United States.svg Hannah Kearney
265229 January 2009 Flag of the United States.svg Deer Valley MO Flag of the United States.svg Hannah Kearney Flag of the United States.svg Michelle Roark Flag of Austria.svg Margarita Marbler
266331 January 2009 Flag of the United States.svg Deer Valley MO Flag of Canada.svg Jennifer Heil Flag of the United States.svg Hannah Kearney Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Nikola Sudová
26747 February 2009 Flag of Canada.svg Cypress Mountain MO Flag of Canada.svg Jennifer Heil Flag of the United States.svg Hannah Kearney Flag of Austria.svg Margarita Marbler
268513 February 2009 Flag of Sweden.svg Åre MO Flag of Austria.svg Margarita Marbler Flag of Canada.svg Jennifer Heil Flag of Japan.svg Aiko Uemura
269620 February 2009 Flag of Norway.svg Myrkdalen-Voss MO Flag of Japan.svg Aiko Uemura Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Nikola Sudová Flag of Japan.svg Miki Ito
270718 March 2009 Flag of France.svg La Plagne MO Flag of Austria.svg Margarita Marbler Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Nikola Sudová Flag of Canada.svg Chloé Dufour-Lapointe

Ski Cross

NumSeasonDatePlaceEventWinnerSecondThird
3415 January 2009 Flag of Austria.svg St. Johann in Tirol/Oberndorf SX Flag of France.svg Marion Josserand Flag of Austria.svg Katharina Gutensohn Flag of Canada.svg Kelsey Serwa
35210 January 2009 Flag of France.svg Les Contamines SX Flag of Norway.svg Hedda Berntsen Flag of France.svg Ophelie David Flag of Austria.svg Katrin Ofner
3635 January 2009 Flag of France.svg Flaine SX Flag of France.svg Ophelie David Flag of Canada.svg Ashleigh McIvor Flag of Austria.svg Karin Huttary
37419 January 2009 Flag of the United States.svg Lake Placid SX Flag of France.svg Ophelie David Flag of Australia.svg Jenny Owens Flag of France.svg Meryl Boulangeat
3856 February 2009 Flag of Canada.svg Cypress Mountain SX Flag of Canada.svg Aleisha Cline Flag of Canada.svg Ashleigh McIvor Flag of Austria.svg Karin Huttary
39619 February 2009 Flag of Norway.svg Myrkdalen-Voss SX Flag of France.svg Ophelie David Flag of Austria.svg Katharina Gutensohn Flag of Austria.svg Karin Huttary
40724 February 2009 Flag of Sweden.svg Branäs SX Flag of France.svg Ophelie David Flag of Austria.svg Katarina Huttary Flag of Canada.svg Ashleigh McIvor
41812 March 2009 Flag of Switzerland.svg Grindelwald SX Flag of France.svg Ophelie David Flag of France.svg Marion Josserand Flag of Switzerland.svg Sanna Lüdi
42914 March 2009 Flag of Switzerland.svg Meiringen-Hasliberg SX Flag of Austria.svg Katharina Gutensohn Flag of France.svg Ophelie David Flag of Canada.svg Julia Murray
431020 March 2009 Flag of France.svg La Plagne SX Flag of France.svg Ophelie David Flag of Canada.svg Kelsey Serwa Flag of Switzerland.svg Emilie Serain

Aerials

NumSeasonDatePlaceEventWinnerSecondThird
266119 December 2008 Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg Adventure Mountain AE Flag of Australia.svg Lydia Lassila Flag of Australia.svg Jacqui Cooper Flag of Canada.svg Veronika Bauer
267220 December 2008 Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg Adventure Mountain AE Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg Shanshan Zhao Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg Nina Li Flag of Australia.svg Lydia Lassila
268318 January 2009 Flag of the United States.svg Lake Placid AE Flag of Belarus.svg Alla Tsuper Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg Mengtao Xu Flag of the United States.svg Emily Cook
269425 January 2009 Flag of Canada.svg Mont Gabriel AE Flag of Australia.svg Lydia Lassila Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg Shuang Cheng Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg Shanshan Zhao
270530 January 2009 Flag of the United States.svg Deer Valley AE Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg Nina Li Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg Xinxin Guo Flag of the United States.svg Emily Cook
27166 February 2009 Flag of Canada.svg Cypress Mountain AE Flag of Switzerland.svg Evelyne Leu Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg Shuangfei Dai Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg Shuang Cheng
272714 February 2009 Flag of Russia.svg Moscow AE Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg Mengtao Xu Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg Shuang Cheng Flag of Australia.svg Lydia Lassila

Halfpipe

NumSeasonDatePlaceEventWinnerSecondThird
10111 January 2009 Flag of France.svg Les Contamines HP Flag of Switzerland.svg Virginie Faivre Flag of Japan.svg Miyuki Hatanaka Flag of the United States.svg Jessica Reedy
11229 January 2009 Flag of the United States.svg Park City Mountain Resort HP Flag of the United States.svg Angeli Vanlaanen Flag of Canada.svg Megan Gunning Flag of France.svg Anais Caradeux
12319 March 2009 Flag of France.svg La Plagne HP Flag of France.svg Anais Caradeux Flag of Switzerland.svg Virginie Faivre Flag of Canada.svg Rosalind Groenewoud

Men's standings

Ladies' standings

Nations Cup

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  2. "Cup standings". FIS. Retrieved 9 November 2012.