What are the FIS Freestyle World Championship?

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What are the Championships?

The FIS Freestyle World Championships is a gathering of all of the best freestyle skiers in the world.

These competitions occur every two years (odd numbered years), and it either follows the Winter Olympics or precedes the Winter Olympics.

The competitions usually occur over a five (5) to seven (7) day period. See the program section for details of the 2005 Ruka FIN, 2007 Madonna di Campiglio ITA or 2009 Inawashiro JPN program.

Each Freestyle event has a qualification competition and then followed by a final.

In a qualification competition, all the competitors compete on the course.

For the final; just the top skiers make a second run(s), which determines who will be crowned as the;

FIS Freestyle World Champion.

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