FIS Freestyle World Ski Championships 2005

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The 2005 FIS Freestyle World Ski Championships took place at the Rukatunturi ski resort in Kuusamo, Finland, between March 17th and March 20th. Five events were held for each sex, including half-pipe, skicross, aerials, moguls and dual moguls.

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Results

Men's Results

Half-Pipe

The men's event took place on March 17th. [1]

MedalNameNationResult
Gold medal icon.svg Mathias Wecxsteen Flag of France.svg  France 47.00
Silver medal icon.svg Loic Collumb-Patton Flag of France.svg  France 46.70
Bronze medal icon.svg Corey Vanular Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg  Canada 44.00

Ski Cross

The men's event took place on March 18th. [2]

MedalNameNation
Gold medal icon.svg Tomas Kraus Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Czech Republic
Silver medal icon.svg Jesper Brugge Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden
Bronze medal icon.svg Audun Groenvold Flag of Norway.svg  Norway

Aerials

The men's event took place on March 18th. [3]

MedalNameNationResult
Gold medal icon.svg Steve Omischl Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg  Canada 258.98
Silver medal icon.svg Jeff Bean Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg  Canada 253.61
Bronze medal icon.svg Alexei Grishin Flag of Belarus.svg  Belarus 246.19

Moguls

The men's event took place on March 19th. [4]

MedalNameNationResult
Gold medal icon.svg Nathan Roberts Flag of the United States.svg  United States 26.90
Silver medal icon.svg Marc-Andre Moreau Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg  Canada 26.83
Bronze medal icon.svg Dale Begg-Smith Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Australia 26.75

Dual Moguls

The men's event took place on March 20th. [5]

MedalNameNation
Gold medal icon.svg Toby Dawson Flag of the United States.svg  United States
Silver medal icon.svg Sami Mustonen Flag of Finland.svg  Finland
Bronze medal icon.svg Jeremy Bloom Flag of the United States.svg  United States

Women's Results

Half-Pipe

The women's event took place on March 17th. [6]

MedalNameNationResult
Gold medal icon.svg Sarah Burke Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg  Canada 44.00
Silver medal icon.svg Kristi Leskinen Flag of the United States.svg  United States 39.70
Bronze medal icon.svg Grethe Eliassen Flag of Norway.svg  Norway 38.20

Ski Cross

The women's event took place on March 18th. [7]

MedalNameNation
Gold medal icon.svg Karin Huttary Flag of Austria.svg  Austria
Silver medal icon.svg Magdelina Iljans Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden
Bronze medal icon.svg Ophelie David Flag of France.svg  France

Aerials

The women's event took place on March 18th. [8]

MedalNameNationResult
Gold medal icon.svg Li Nina Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg  China 197.37
Silver medal icon.svg Evelyne Leu Flag of Switzerland.svg   Switzerland 196.01
Bronze medal icon.svg Guo Xinxin Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg  China 183.94

Moguls

The women's event took place on March 19th. [9]

MedalNameNationResult
Gold medal icon.svg Hannah Kearney Flag of the United States.svg  United States 26.40
Silver medal icon.svg Nikola Sudová Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Czech Republic 26.31
Bronze medal icon.svg Margarita Marbler Flag of Austria.svg  Austria 26.31

Dual Moguls

The women's event took place on March 20th. [10]

MedalNameNation
Gold medal icon.svg Jennifer Heil Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg  Canada
Silver medal icon.svg Kari Traa Flag of Norway.svg  Norway
Bronze medal icon.svg Aiko Uemura Flag of Japan.svg  Japan

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