FIS Freestyle World Ski Championships 2001

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The 2001 FIS Freestyle World Ski Championships were held between January 17 to January 21 at the Whistler-Blackcomb ski resort in British Columbia near Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. The World Championships featured both men's and women's events in the Moguls, Aerials and Dual Moguls.

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Results

The moguls and aerials events held qualifying rounds and finals. Men's and Women's qualifying and final rounds were held on the same day with two days in between the qualifying and final rounds of each sex. The Dual Moguls event for both sexes held only a finals round.

Men's results

Moguls [1]

The men's quarterfinals took place on January 17 followed by the finals on January 19.

MedalNameNationResult
Gold medal icon.svg Mikko Ronkainen Flag of Finland.svg  Finland 28.09
Silver medal icon.svg Pierre-Alexandre Rousseau Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg  Canada 27.33
Bronze medal icon.svg Stephane Rochon Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg  Canada 27.22

Aerials [2]

The men's quarterfinals took place on January 18 followed by the finals on January 20.

MedalNameNationResult
Gold medal icon.svg Alexei Grishin Flag of Belarus.svg  Belarus 259.65
Silver medal icon.svg Dmitri Dashinski Flag of Belarus.svg  Belarus 257.98
Bronze medal icon.svg Joe Pack Flag of the United States.svg  United States 251.20

Dual Moguls [3]

The men's finals took place on January 21.

MedalNameNation
Gold medal icon.svg Stephane Yonnet Flag of France.svg  France
Silver medal icon.svg Patrik Sundberg Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden
Bronze medal icon.svg Johann Gregoire Flag of France.svg  France

Women's results

Moguls [4]

The women's quarterfinals took place on January 17 followed by the finals on January 19.

MedalNameNationResult
Gold medal icon.svg Kari Traa Flag of Norway.svg  Norway 28.09
Silver medal icon.svg Maria Despas Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Australia 27.33
Bronze medal icon.svg Aiko Uemura Flag of Japan.svg  Japan 27.22

Aerials [5]

The women's quarterfinals took place on January 18 followed by the finals on January 20.

MedalNameNationResult
Gold medal icon.svg Veronika Bauer Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg  Canada 259.65
Silver medal icon.svg Michele Rohrbach Flag of Switzerland.svg   Switzerland 257.98
Bronze medal icon.svg Deidra Dionne Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg  Canada 251.20

Dual Moguls [6]

The women's finals took place on January 21.

MedalNameNation
Gold medal icon.svg Kari Traa Flag of Norway.svg  Norway
Silver medal icon.svg Corinne Bodmer Flag of Switzerland.svg   Switzerland
Bronze medal icon.svg Tami Bradley Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg  Canada

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