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World Cup Criteria

 

 

 

 

 

 


Halfpipe/Slopestyle International World Cup Criteria

Halfpipe / Slopestyle International World Cup Criteria

                               

HALFPIPE SNOWBOARDING (7 men / 8 women)

·       Top 3 U.S. men and 5 U.S. women athletes ranked in TTR World Ranking List as of 5.5.16.

·       Top 3 U.S. men and 5 U.S. women athletes ranked on the 9th FIS Points list 2015/16

·       If athlete declines their start position from above then start will be filled using Coaches Discretion

·       Coaches Discretion will be used to fill any remaining starts up to nations quota

 

Matt Ladley                                           Kelly Clark

Taylor Gold                                          Chloe Kim

Ben Ferguson                                      Arielle Gold

Chase Josey                                        Maddie Mastro

                                                                        Zoe Kalapos

                                                                        Hannah Teter

                                               

                                   

 

 

SLOPESTYLE SNOWBOARDING (7 men + Corning  / 7 women + Anderson)

BIG AIR SNOWBOARDING (7 men / 7 women)

·       Top 3 U.S. men and 3 U.S. women athletes ranked in TTR Slopestyle World Ranking List as of 5.5.16.

·       Top 3 U.S. men and 3 U.S. women athletes ranked on the 9th FIS Slopestyle Points list 2015/16

·       If athlete declines their start position from above then start will be filled using Coaches Discretion

·       Coaches Discretion will be used to fill any remaining starts up to nations quota

 

Brandon Davis                                     Hailey Langland

Eric Beauchemin                                  Karly Shorr

Red Gerard                                          Jessika Jenson

Brock Crouch                                       Jamie Anderson         

Chris Corning                          

                        

                       

 

CRITERIA DOES NOT APPLY TO CITY BIG AIR EVENTS DESIGNATED BY FIS AS LIMITED FIELD COMPETITIONS

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Snowboardcross International World Cup Criteria

Snowboardcross International World Cup Criteria

 

Snowboardcross (7 men / 4 women)

A World Cup start allocation will use the following system to fill available quotas with athletes that meet the FIS criteria for entry (50 FIS SBX points). If an athlete declines the nomination then the next ranked athlete will be invited, within the specific criteria ranking list, until quota is filled.

 

Events:             December/January World Cups

 

Criteria #1        Top 5 men & 3 women from the 2017 FIS Base List

BAUMGARTNER, Nick

HOLLAND, Nate

DEIBOLD, Alex

DIERDORFF, Mick

KEARNEY, Hagen

JACOBELLIS, Lindsey

GULINI Faye

MILLER, ANNA

 

Criteria #2      2 men & 1 woman (not already qualified from above criteria) may be selected based on coaches discretion. Discretionary positions may be considered on an event by event basis.

 

 

Events:           February/March World Cups

Criteria #1       Top 5 men & 3 women from the 5th FIS points list.                       

Criteria #2       2 men & 1 woman (not already qualified from above criteria) may be selected based on coaches discretion. Discretionary positions may be considered on an event by event basis. 

 

 

NorAm World Cup Personal Spots – Cole Johnson, Jake Vedder, Bobby Minghini, Rosie Mancari

 

 

 

 

PGS/PSL World Cup Criteria

PGS/PSL International World Cup Criteria

 

Selection 1: December World Cup event - 4 Men / 2 Women

Criteria #1- Athletes ranked in the top 30 from the 2016 PAR World Cup Standings as June 30, 2016.

Justin Reiter

Criteria #2- Any remaining spots will be filled from the 9th 2015/2016 FIS Parallel points list.  Athletes must have a minimum of 100 FIS Points to be eligible.

Aaron Muss                              Maggie Carrigan

Michael Trapp                          Lynn Ott

Robert Burns

 

Selection 2: January/February World Cups 4 Men / 2 Women

Criteria #1- Athletes ranked in the top 30 from the current PAR World Cup Standings as of December 19, 2016.

Criteria #2- Remaining spots will be filled from the 4th 2016/2017 FIS Parallel points list.  Athletes must have a minimum of 100 FIS Points to be eligible.

 

Selection 3: March World Cups 4 Men / 2 Women

Criteria #1- Athletes ranked in the top 30 from the current PAR World Cup Standings as of February 15, 2017.

Criteria #2- Remaining spots will be filled from the 7th 2016/2017 FIS Parallel points list.  Athletes must have a minimum of 100 FIS Points to be eligible.

 

 

 

USA SBX World Cup Criteria

Solitude, UT  SBX World Cup Criteria - January 19-22,2017

 

Snowboardcross (13 men / 10 women)

A World Cup start allocation will use the following system to fill available quotas with athletes that meet the FIS criteria for entry (50 FIS SBX points). If an athlete declines the nomination then the next ranked athlete will be invited, within the specific criteria ranking list, until quota is filled.

Event: Solitude World Cup

Criteria #1      Nine (9) Men and seven (7) Women of U.S. start positions will be chosen from highest ranking U.S. athletes (men & women) from the 5th FIS SBX points lists, valid January 13, 2017. Athletes must have a minimum of 50 FIS point to be eligible to participate.

Criteria #2      4 men / 3 women (not already qualified from above criteria) may be selected based on coaches discretion.

 

  

 

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