Final calculations for 2016-2017 World Cup season are below.
The IFSS World Cup has been calculated based on the results of 30 Dryland events and 30 events on snow. They have involved 700 entries of competitors from 23 different countries in Europe, North America and Oceania.
The anomalies reported before June 30th have been corrected.
A summary of the results is also available with the list of the three best results for each group of classes in the world and continental rankings and the preselected competitors for the coming Dryland World Championships and the on snow Continental Championships 2018. The first three of each group of classes in the world global ranking and the winners of the group of classes in the continental rankings will be awarded with special medals.
Congratulations to all the participants from the Accreditation Committee and from the Council.
Special congratulations are addressed to Karen Koehler from Canada who has collected 520.75 points, the highest number of points, all classes together, and to Colin Spalding from Great Britain who has collected his points on his 5 best results of 8 World Cup classes ran during the season, the largest participation from all World Cup competitors.
Bernard Pepin, Accreditation Committee Chair
Eeva Äijälä, Vice President of Sport
2016-2017 Season Results
2015-2016 Season Results
2014-2015 Season Results
2013-2014 Season Results
2012-2013 Season Results