By the numbers: The 2022/23 FIS Freeski season

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JOHANNE KILLI (NOR)

Total World Cup points: 440

World Cup + World Championships starts: 7

Podiums: 6 – three victories, one 2nd place, one 3rd place World Cup + Bakuriani 2023 slopestyle silver medal

Crystal globes: 2 – slopestyle, Freeski overall

RECORDS & MILESTONES:

BIRK RUUD: Most FIS Freeski World Cup podiums in one season (7); most FIS Freeski World Cup points earned in one season (560); most consecutive FIS Freeski World Cup podiums (9, dating back to 2021/22 season); most total FIS Freeski World Cup wins (13); first back-to-back Freeski overall crystal globe winner;

JOHANNE KILLI (NOR): most slopestyle World Cup podiums in a single season (5); most slopestyle World Cup points in a single season (440); second skier in World Cup history with three straight slopestyle wins in one season; most women’s FIS Freeski World Cup podiums (19)

TESS LEDEUX (FRA): most women’s FIS Freeski World Cup victories (11)

ANDRI RAGETTLI (SUI): most FIS Freeski World Cup podiums (27)

JESPER TJADER (SWE): Longest ever gap between World Cup wins – 9 years, 3 days (Silvaplana slopestyle World Cup 22/03/2014 to Silvaplana slopestyle World Cup 25/03/2023)

TROY PODMILSAK (USA): World’s first landed forward triple cork 2160 (Bakuriani 2023 big air); youngest men’s big air World Champion – 18 years, 6 months, 12 days

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