Current 2015 / 2016 Season
COMPLETE FIS Snowboard Calendar and Results.
World Cup Standings
CHICAS Current Season 2016
CHICOS Current Season 2016
2015 11th Snowboard World Championships Kreischberg, Austria 15.-25.1.2015
2013 10th Snowboard World Championships Stoneham / Quebec, Canada 16.-27.1.2013
2011 9th Snowboard World Championships La Molina, Spain 14.-23.1.2011
2009 8th Snowboard World Championships Gangwon, Korea 15.-25.1.2009
2007 7th Snowboard World Championships Arosa, Switzerland 14.-20.1.2007
2005 6th Snowboard World Championships Whistler, Canada 15.-23.1.2005
2003 5th Snowboard World Championships Kreischberg, Austria 12.-19.1.2003
2001 4th Snowboard World Championships Madonna di Campiglio, Italy 23.-28.1.2001
1999 3rd Snowboard World Championships Berchtesgaden, Germany 12.-17.1.1999
1997 2nd Snowboard World Championships San Candido, Italy 21.-26.1.1997
1996 1st Snowboard World Championships Lienz, Austria 24.-28.1.1996
2018 23rd Olympic Winter Games PyeongChang, South Korea 9.-25.2.2018
2014 22nd Olympic Winter Games Sochi, Russia 7.-23.2.2014
2010 21st Olympic Winter Games Vancouver, Canada 12.-28.2.2010
2006 20th Olympic Winter Games Torino, Italy 10.-26.2.2006
2002 19th Olympic Winter Games Salt Lake City / Park City, USA 8.-24.2.2002
1998 18th Olympic Winter Games Nagano / Mt. Yakebitai / Kanbayashi, Japan 8.-12.2.1998
Unfortunately ISF results are not available (anywhere) to the public. We think at least the world championships and the end of season tour standings should be available online.
Contact us anytime in case you could help us also cover the early years of international snowboarding competitions.
Snowboarding became an Olympic sport in 1998 by decision of the IOC in 1995.
Olympic snowboarding disciplines . . .
1998 GS + HP | 2002 PGS + HP | 2006 PGS + SBX + HP | 2010 PGS + SBX + HP | 2014 PGS + PSL + SBX + SBS + HP
ISF = International Snowboard Federation (1990 – 2002)
In earlier times the ISF organized top level snowboarding competitions on an international scale. On the ISF tour the riders were organized as teams of sponsoring snowboard brands rather than as national teams.
In the later 90s the ISF began to lose power to the FIS and eventually went bankrupt in 2002. One of the reasons was a controversial decision of the International Olympic Committee in 1995 that didn’t recognize the ISF at all but required riders to get FIS results in order to qualify for Olympic Games.
After the downfall of the ISF the cooperating organizations WSF (World Snowboard Federation) and TTR (Ticket To Ride aka World Snowboard Tour) were founded in 2002 to organize (only freestyle) competitions.
FIS = Federation Internationale de Ski (1995 – Present)
The International Ski Federation was founded in 1924 and started to organize snowboarding competitions in 1995.
Currently the FIS is the only organization in charge of a snowboarder’s qualification for Olympic Games and of top level alpine snowboarding competitions on an international scale.
PSL = Parallel Slalom | PGS = Parallel Giant Slalom | SBX = Snowboardcross
(HP = Half Pipe | BA = Big Air | SBS = Slopestyle) | GS = Giant Slalom
(Boardercross is another common expression for Snowboardcross)