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Saturday, February 2, 2013
Snowboard World Cup Results

Associated Press

Saturday

At Blue Mountain, Ontario

Snowboardcross

Men

Big Final

1. Christopher Robanske, Canada.

2. Alex Pullin, Australia.

3. Nick Baumgartner, United States.

4. Markus Schairer, Austria.

Small Final

5. Luca Matteotti, Italy.

6. Robert Fagan, Canada.

7. Michal Novotny, Czech Republic.

8. Pat Holland, United States.

Also

11. Alex Tuttle, United States, quarterfinal.

18. Alex Deibold, United States, eighth final.

23. Jonathan Cheever, United States, eighth final.

24. Jarod Minghini, United States, eighth final.

28. Mick Dierdorff, United States, eighth final.

37. Hagen Kearney, United States, did not qualify finals.

39. Chris Mahaney, United States, did not qualify for finals.

41. Robert Minghini, United States, did not qualify for finals.

World Cup Snowboardcross Standings

(After three of 12 events)

1. Alex Pullin, Australia, 2100.

2. Christopher Robanske, Canada, 1780.

3. Markus Schairer, Austria, 1700.

4. Nick Baumgartner, United States, 1560.

5. Omar Visintin, Italy, 1520.

Also

6. Seth Wescott, United States, 1020.

14. Alex Deibold, United States, 500.

15. Jonathan Cheever, United States, 497.9.

19. Hagen Kearney, United States, 424.4.

20. Nate Holland, United States, 420.

24. Patrick Holland, United States, 362.4.

29. Alex Tuttle, United States, 256.7.

30. Trevor Jacob, United States, 200.

33. Jarod Minghini, United States, 178.2.

Women

Big Final

1. Eva Samkova, Czech Republic.

2. Dominique Maltais, Canada.

3. Nelly Moenne Loccoz, France.

4. Maelle Ricker, Canada.

Small Final

5. Alexandra Jekova, Bulgaria.

6. Chloe Trespeuch, France.

7. Susanne Moll, Austria.

8. Jacqueline Hernandez, United States.

Also

10. Faye Gulini, United States, quarterfinal.

24. Jenna Feldman, United States, did ntot qualify for finals.

World Cup Snowboardcross Standings

(After three of 12 events)

1. Dominique Maltais, Canada, 2800.

2. Maelle Ricker, Canada, 1500.

2. Eva Samkova, Czech Republic, 1500.

4. Nelly Moenne Loccoz, France, 1460.

5. Alexandra Jekova, Bulgaria, 1370.

Also

15. Faye Gulini, United States, 550.

17. Jacqueline Hernandez, United States, 480.

26. Jenna Feldman, United States, 150.

32. Karen Kobayashi, United States, 50.