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2013 in skiing

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From August 22, 2012 to March 27, 2013, the following skiing events took place at various locations around the world.

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Alpine skiing

  • October 27, 2012 – March 17, 2013: FIS World Cup
  • Men's combined overall winners: both Ivica Kostelić and Alexis Pinturault were tied for first place.
  • Men's downhill overall winner: Aksel Lund Svindal.
  • Men's giant slalom overall winner: Ted Ligety.
  • Men's slalom overall winner: Marcel Hirscher.
  • Men's Super G overall winner: Aksel Lund Svindal.
  • Women's combined overall winner: Tina Maze.
  • Women's downhill overall winner: Lindsey Vonn.
  • Women's giant slalom overall winner: Tina Maze.
  • Women's slalom overall winner: Mikaela Shiffrin.
  • Women's Super G overall winner: Tina Maze.
  • Ladies overall champion: Tina Maze (first title).
  • Men's overall champion: Marcel Hirscher (second consecutive title).
  • 4–17 February: FIS Alpine World Ski Championships 2013 in Schladming, Austria
  •  United States won the gold medal count;  Austria won the overall medal count.
  • Biathlon

  • Biathlon World Cup
  •  Norway is the winner of both gold and overall medal counts for this World Cup of events.
  • 7–17 February: The Biathlon World Championships 2013 was held at Nové Město na Moravě, Czech Republic.
  •  Norway was the gold medal and overall medal counts winner.
  • Freestyle skiing

  • August 22, 2012 – March 25, 2013: 2012–13 FIS Freestyle Skiing World Cup
  • Men's aerials overall winner: Jia Zongyang
  • Men's halfpipe overall winner: Mike Riddle
  • Men's moguls overall winner: Mikaël Kingsbury
  • Men's skicross overall winner: Alex Fiva
  • Men's slopestyle overall winner: James Woods
  • Women's aerials overall winner: Xu Mengtao
  • Women's halfpipe overall winner: Virginie Faivre
  • Women's moguls overall winner: Hannah Kearney
  • Women's skicross overall winner: Fanny Smith
  • Women's slopestyle overall winner: Keri Herman
  • Men's total overall winner: Mikaël Kingsbury (first title).
  • Women's total overall winner: Xu Mengtao (first title).
  • March 5 – 10: The FIS Freestyle World Ski Championships 2013 took place at Voss, Norway
  •  Canada won the gold medal count; it tied with the  United States for the overall medal count.
  • Nordic skiing

  • FIS Ski Jumping World Cup
  • Ladies:  Sara Takanashi (JPN). First overall title.
  • Men:  Gregor Schlierenzauer (AUT). Second overall title.
  • FIS Nordic Combined World Cup
  • Men:  Eric Frenzel (GER). First overall title.
  • Fis Cross-Country World Cup
  • Men:  Petter Northug (NOR). Second overall title.
  • Ladies:  Justyna Kowalczyk (POL). Fourth overall title.
  • 20 February – 3 March: FIS Nordic World Ski Championships 2013 in Val di Fiemme, Italy
  •  Norway topped the gold and overall medals tally.
  • Snowboarding

  • August 28, 2012 – March 27, 2013: 2012–13 FIS Snowboard World Cup
  • Men's Big Air overall winner: Seppe Smits.
  • Men's halfpipe overall winner: Scotty Lago.
  • Men's parallel slalom overall winner: Andreas Prommegger.
  • Men's slopstyle overall winner: Yuuki Kadano.
  • Men's snowboard cross overall winner: Alex Pullin.
  • Women's halfpipe overall winner: Kelly Clark.
  • Women's parallel slalom overall winner: Patrizia Kummer.
  • Women's slopestyle overall winner: Kjersti Buaas.
  • Women's snowboard cross overall winner: Dominique Maltais.
  • Men's total overall winner: Janne Korpi (first title).
  • Women's total overall winner: Kelly Clark (first title).
  • 18–27 January: The FIS Snowboarding World Championships 2013 took place at the Stoneham Mountain Resort, in Stoneham-et-Tewkesbury, Quebec, Canada
  •  Canada and  Finland both tied in the gold and overall medal tallies. However, Canada takes first place because of the team's two silver medals won; Finland has two bronze medals instead.
  • References

    2013 in skiing Wikipedia


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