|Host city||Park City Mountain Resort/Deer Valley/Solitude Mountain Resort|
|Opening ceremony||February 1, 2019|
|Closing ceremony||February 10, 2019|
| FIS Freestyle Ski and Snowboarding|
World Championships 2019
|Freestyle skiing events|
|Snowboard cross team||mixed|
|Parallel giant slalom||men||women|
The 2019 FIS Freestyle Ski and Snowboarding World Championships was held in Utah, in resorts Park City, Deer Valley and Solitude Mountain, from February 1 to 10, 2019.
19-year-old Dmitry Loginov of Russia became the youngest World Champion in Parallel Giant Slalom and the only snowboarder to win back-to-back events (parallel slalom and parallel giant slalom) in both junior and senior championships.
28 events were held.
|Event↓/Date →||Thu 31||Fri 1||Sat 2||Sun 3||Mon 4||Tue 5||Wed 6||Thu 7||Fri 8||Sat 9||Sun 10|
|Snowboard cross team||F|
|Parallel giant slalom||Q||F|
Host nation (United States)
|1||United States (USA)*||5||3||6||14|
|7||Great Britain (GBR)||1||1||1||3|
|Czech Republic (CZE)||1||0||0||1|
|New Zealand (NZL)||1||0||0||1|
|Totals (21 nations)||25||25||25||75|
|Big air || Fabian Bösch |
|186.00|| Henrik Harlaut |
|184.00|| Alex Beaulieu-Marchand |
|Ski cross || François Place |
| Brady Leman |
| Kevin Drury |
|Slopestyle || James Woods |
|86.68|| Birk Ruud |
|85.40|| Nick Goepper |
|Aerials || Maxim Burov |
|130.09|| Oleksandr Abramenko |
|126.24|| Noé Roth |
|Moguls || Mikaël Kingsbury |
|84.89|| Matt Graham |
|81.94|| Daichi Hara |
|Halfpipe || Aaron Blunck |
|94.20|| Kevin Rolland |
|93.80|| Noah Bowman |
|Dual moguls || Mikaël Kingsbury |
| Bradley Wilson |
| Daichi Hara |
|Big air || Tess Ledeux |
|184.75|| Julia Krass |
|173.75|| Isabel Atkin |
|Ski cross || Marielle Thompson |
| Fanny Smith |
| Alizée Baron |
|Aerials || Aliaksandra Ramanouskaya |
|113.18|| Liubov Nikitina |
|89.88 (T 17.7)|| Xu Mengtao |
|89.88 (T 17.0)|
|Moguls || Yulia Galysheva |
|79.14|| Jakara Anthony |
|78.99|| Perrine Laffont |
|Halfpipe || Kelly Sildaru |
|95.00|| Cassie Sharpe |
|94.40|| Brita Sigourney |
|Dual moguls || Perrine Laffont |
| Jaelin Kauf |
| Tess Johnson |
|Team aerials || Switzerland |
|303.08|| China |
|297.82|| Russia |
|Snowboard cross || Mick Dierdorff |
| Hanno Douschan |
| Emanuel Perathoner |
|Parallel giant slalom || Dmitry Loginov |
| Tim Mastnak |
| Stefan Baumeister |
|Parallel slalom || Dmitry Loginov |
| Roland Fischnaller |
| Stefan Baumeister |
|Halfpipe || Scotty James |
|97.50|| Yūto Totsuka |
|92.25|| Patrick Burgener |
|Slopestyle || Chris Corning |
|93.25|| Mark McMorris |
|93.00|| Judd Henkes |
|Snowboard cross || Eva Samková |
| Charlotte Bankes |
| Michela Moioli |
|Parallel giant slalom || Selina Jörg |
| Natalia Soboleva |
| Ladina Jenny |
|Parallel slalom || Julie Zogg |
| Annamari Dancha |
| Ramona Theresia Hofmeister |
|Halfpipe || Chloe Kim |
|93.50|| Cai Xuetong |
|84.00|| Maddie Mastro |
|Slopestyle || Zoi Sadowski-Synnott |
|91.75|| Silje Norendal |
|88.75|| Jamie Anderson |
|Snowboard cross team || United States |
| Italy |
| Germany |
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