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Snowboarding at the 2014 Winter Olympics – Women's slopestyle

 

Snowboarding at the 2014 Winter Olympics – Women's slopestyle

Women's slopestyle
at the XXII Olympic Winter Games
Venue Rosa Khutor Extreme Park
Date 6 February 2014 (qualification)
9 February 2014 (semi-finals & final)
Competitors 23 from 11 nations
Winning score 95.25
Medalists
Gold medal    United States
Silver medal    Finland
Bronze medal    Great Britain
Snowboarding at the 2014 Winter Olympics
Halfpipe   men   women
Parallel giant slalom men women
Parallel slalom men women
Slopestyle men women
Snowboard cross men women

The women's slopestyle competition of the Sochi 2014 Olympics was held at Rosa Khutor Extreme Park on 6 February (qualification) and 9 February (semi-finals and final).[1] This was the first time that a slopestyle event was included in the Olympic program.[2]

Jamie Anderson of the United States became the first Olympic champion. Enni Rukajärvi from Finland took the silver, and Jenny Jones from Great Britain won the bronze medal.

Contents

  • Qualification 1
  • Schedule 2
  • Results 3
    • Qualification 3.1
    • Semi-final 3.2
    • Final 3.3
  • References 4
  • External links 5

Qualification

An athlete must have placed in the top 30 in at a World Cup event after July 2012 or at the 2013 World Championships and a minimum of 50 FIS points. A total of 24 quota spots are available to athletes to compete at the games. A maximum of 4 athletes can be entered by a National Olympic Committee.[3]

Slovenia's Cilka Sadar also earned a spot to compete, but did not compete due to an injury occurring just days before the competition,[4] leaving a total of 23 athletes from 11 nations.

Schedule

All times are (UTC+4).
Date Time Round
6 February 14:00 Qualification
9 February 10:30 Semi-finals
13:15 Final

Results

Qualification

The top four riders from each heat automatically qualify for the final round. The remaining riders qualify for the semi-final round. The result is calculated as the best score of the two runs. The following were the results of the qualification round:[5]

QF – Qualified directly for the Final
QS – Qualified for the Semi-final
Bib – Bib number
DNS – Did Not Start
Tie – Tie breaking points
Rank Heat Bib Name Country Run 1 Run 2 Best Notes
1 1 5 Isabel Derungs Switzerland 82.50 87.50 87.50 QF
2 1 11 Torah Bright Australia 85.25 80.00 85.25 QF
3 1 4 Spencer O'Brien Canada 82.75 65.00 82.75 QF
4 1 8 Enni Rukajärvi Finland 79.00 23.75 79.00 QF
5 1 1 Jenny Jones Great Britain 74.25 21.75 74.25 QS
6 1 10 Rebecca Torr New Zealand 70.75 33.75 70.75 QS
7 1 6 Christy Prior New Zealand 67.50 70.50 70.50 QS
8 1 9 Stefi Luxton New Zealand 59.75 34.25 59.75 QS
9 1 3 Sina Candrian Switzerland 58.25 36.50 58.25 QS
10 1 7 Aimee Fuller Great Britain 44.50 39.00 44.50 QS
11 1 12 Shelly Gotlieb New Zealand 18.00 30.75 30.75 QS
12 1 2 Kjersti Buaas Norway 12.50 17.75 17.75 QS
1 2 14 Anna Gasser Austria 89.50 95.50 95.50 QF
2 2 18 Jamie Anderson United States 93.50 DNS 93.50 QF
3 2 20 Elena Könz Switzerland 86.25 38.00 86.25 QF
4 2 22 Karly Shorr United States 45.00 84.75 84.75 QF
5 2 17 Šárka Pančochová Czech Republic 77.75 33.75 77.75 QS
6 2 16 Jenna Blasman Canada 60.25 51.50 60.25 QS
7 2 23 Jessika Jenson United States 34.00 58.50 58.50 QS
8 2 15 Silje Norendal Norway 31.00 39.00 39.00 QS
9 2 19 Cheryl Maas Netherlands 18.00 31.25 31.25 QS
10 2 21 Merika Enne Finland 17.00 DNS 17.00 QS
11 2 13 Ty Walker United States 1.00 DNS 1.00 QS

Semi-final

The top four riders from the semi-final round qualify for the final round. The result is calculated as the best score of the two runs.

Rank Bib Name Country Run 1 Run 2 Best Notes
1 17 Šárka Pančochová Czech Republic 90.50 22.50 90.50 QF
2 3 Sina Candrian Switzerland 84.25 81.50 84.25 QF
3 1 Jenny Jones Great Britain 82.25 83.25 83.25 QF
4 15 Silje Norendal Norway 16.75 78.75 78.75 QF
5 23 Jessika Jenson United States 72.00 50.50 72.00
6 13 Ty Walker United States 66.00 43.75 66.00
7 12 Shelly Gotlieb New Zealand 63.25 33.75 63.25
8 9 Stefi Luxton New Zealand 18.25 60.25 60.25
9 7 Aimee Fuller Great Britain 33.75 37.50 37.50
10 10 Rebecca Torr New Zealand 27.25 32.50 32.50
11 16 Jenna Blasman Canada 32.25 10.50 32.25
12 19 Cheryl Maas Netherlands 30.75 14.75 30.75
6 Christy Prior New Zealand DNS
2 Kjersti Buaas Norway DNS
21 Merika Enne Finland DNS

Final

In the final, Šárka Pančochová, who did not qualify directly to the final and had to go though the semi-final, posted the best result in the first run, but fell in the second run and was classified fifth. In the second run, first Jones, who also went through the semi-final, scored 87.25, followed by Sina Candrian with 87.00. Rukajärvi, running fifth, scored 92.50, and pushed Pančochová out of medal position. Anderson scored 95.25 and took the lead with two more athletes to go, Isabel Derungs and Anna Gasser. They both fell and were left out of the medals.[6][7]

Rank Bib Name Country Run 1 Run 2 Best Notes
1st 18 Jamie Anderson United States 80.75 95.25 95.25
2nd 8 Enni Rukajärvi Finland 73.75 92.50 92.50
3rd 1 Jenny Jones Great Britain 73.00 87.25 87.25
4 3 Sina Candrian Switzerland 77.25 87.00 87.00
5 17 Šárka Pančochová Czech Republic 86.25 20.00 86.25
6 22 Karly Shorr United States 39.00 75.00 75.00
7 11 Torah Bright Australia 64.75 66.25 66.25
8 5 Isabel Derungs Switzerland 58.50 15.25 58.50
9 20 Elena Könz Switzerland 24.50 54.50 54.50
10 14 Anna Gasser Austria 49.00 51.75 51.75
11 15 Silje Norendal Norway 49.50 32.00 49.50
12 4 Spencer O'Brien Canada 30.00 35.00 35.00

References

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  6. ^ http://data.fis-ski.com/pdf/2014/SB/7010/7010RLR0.pdf
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External links

  • 2014 Winter Olympics results: Women's Slopestyle
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