|Opening ceremony||January 15, 2015|
|Closing ceremony||January 25, 2015|
The 2015 FIS Freestyle Ski and Snowboarding World Championships were held in Kreischberg, Austria from January 15–25, 2015. In 2014, the FIS (International Ski Federation) decided to merge the FIS Freestyle World Ski Championships with the FIS Snowboarding World Championships starting with these championships.The Austrian municipality of Kreischberg was awarded the event in 2010.
Qualification for the women's aerials event began a day before the opening ceremony. Freestyle skiers competed in six disciplines: moguls, dual moguls, ski cross, slopestyle, halfpipe and aerials. Snowboarders competed in six disciplines: halfpipe, slopestyle, parallel slalom, parallel giant slalom, big air and snowboard cross.
|Event↓/Date →||Wed 14||Thu 15||Fri 16||Sat 17||Sun 18||Mon 19||Tue 20||Wed 21||Thu 22||Fri 23||Sat 24||Sun 25|
|Parallel giant slalom||Q||F|
|Moguls || Anthony Benna |
|86.89|| Mikaël Kingsbury |
|86.54|| Alexandr Smyshlyaev |
|Dual moguls || Mikaël Kingsbury |
| Philippe Marquis |
| Marc-Antoine Gagnon |
|Aerials || Qi Guangpu |
|139.50|| Alex Bowen |
|121.27|| Maxim Gustik |
|Halfpipe || Kyle Smaine |
|88.00|| Joffrey Pollet-Villard |
|86.60|| Yannic Lerjen |
|Slopestyle || Fabian Bösch |
|92.60|| Russell Henshaw |
|91.80|| Noah Wallace |
|Ski cross || Filip Flisar |
| Jean-Frédéric Chapuis |
| Victor Öhling Norberg |
|Moguls || Justine Dufour-Lapointe |
|87.25|| Hannah Kearney |
|85.66|| Britteny Cox |
|Dual moguls || Hannah Kearney |
| Justine Dufour-Lapointe |
| Yulia Galysheva |
|Aerials || Laura Peel |
|88.47|| Kiley McKinnon |
|88.12|| Xu Mengtao |
|Halfpipe || Virginie Faivre |
|83.80|| Cassie Sharpe |
|81.00|| Mirjam Jäger |
|Slopestyle || Lisa Zimmermann |
|85.80|| Katie Summerhayes |
|82.80|| Zuzana Stromkova |
|Ski cross || Andrea Limbacher |
| Ophélie David |
| Fanny Smith |
|Big air || Roope Tonteri |
|173.75|| Darcy Sharpe |
|169.50|| Kyle Mack |
|Halfpipe || Scotty James |
|91.50|| Yiwei Zhang |
|89.50|| Tim-Kevin Ravnjak |
|Slopestyle || Ryan Stassel |
|97.50|| Roope Tonteri |
|93.75|| Kyle Mack |
|Snowboard cross || Luca Matteotti |
| Kevin Hill |
| Nick Baumgartner |
|Parallel giant slalom|| Andrey Sobolev |
| Žan Košir |
| Benjamin Karl |
|Parallel slalom || Roland Fischnaller |
| Andrey Sobolev |
| Rok Marguč |
|Big air || Elena Könz |
|157.75|| Merika Enne |
|148.75|| Sina Candrian |
|Halfpipe || Xuetong Cai |
|94.25|| Queralt Castellet |
|81.25|| Clémence Grimal |
|Slopestyle || Miyabi Onitsuka |
|92.50|| Anna Gasser |
|89.50|| Klaudia Medlova |
|Snowboard cross || Lindsay Jacobellis |
| Nelly Moenne Loccoz |
| Michela Moioli |
|Parallel giant slalom|| Claudia Riegler |
| Alena Zavarzina |
| Tomoka Takeuchi |
|Parallel slalom || Ester Ledecka |
| Julia Dujmovits |
| Marion Kreiner |
A total of 40 countries entered athletes.
|1||United States (USA)||4||3||4||11|
|13||Czech Republic (CZE)||1||0||0||1|
|15||Great Britain (GBR)||0||1||0||1|
|Totals (20 nations)||24||24||24||72|
This was the first time the championships were available for live viewing on YouTube for free of charge, in countries where broadcasting agreements were not in place.
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