Freestyle skiing at the 2006 Winter Olympics – Women's moguls

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Women's moguls
at the XX Olympic Winter Games
Freestyle skiing pictogram.svg
Venue Sauze d'Oulx
Dates February 11
Competitors 30 from 15 nations
Medalists
1st, gold medalist(s) Jennifer Heil  Canada
2nd, silver medalist(s) Kari Traa  Norway
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Sandra Laoura  France
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Freestyle skiing at the
2006 Winter Olympics
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Moguls   men   women
Aerials men women

The Women's Moguls event in freestyle skiing at the 2006 Winter Olympics in Turin, Italy took place on February 11.

Results[edit]

Qualification[edit]

Hannah Kearney, the winner of the event at the 2005 World Championship,[1] failed to qualify for the final, while Canadian Jennifer Heil, the World Cup leader[2] finished over a point ahead of the competition in her qualifying race.[3]

Rank Name Country Score Notes
1 Jennifer Heil  Canada 26.67 Q
2 Sandra Laoura  France 25.45 Q
3 Sara Kjellin  Sweden 24.85 Q
4 Michelle Roark  United States 24.45 Q
5 Aiko Uemura  Japan 24.20 Q
6 Margarita Marbler  Austria 24.15 Q
7 Kari Traa  Norway 24.06 Q
8 Kristi Richards  Canada 23.76 Q
9 Tae Satoya  Japan 23.63 Q
10 Daria Serova  Russia 23.49 Q
11 Nikola Sudová  Czech Republic 23.31 Q
12 Audrey Robichaud  Canada 22.73 Q
13 Deborah Scanzio  Italy 22.72 Q
14 Ingrid Berntsen  Norway 22.45 Q
15 Miki Ito  Japan 22.34 Q
16 Manuela Berchtold  Australia 22.19 Q
17 Stephanie St. Pierre  Canada 22.15 Q
18 Shannon Bahrke  United States 22.07 Q
19 Marina Cherkasova  Russia 21.82 Q
20 Jillian Vogtli  United States 21.79 Q
21 Lyudmila Dymchenko  Russia 21.42
22 Hannah Kearney  United States 20.80
23 Mariangela Fabia Parravicini  Italy 19.62
24 Nina Bednarik  Slovenia 19.54
25 Darya Rybalova  Kazakhstan 18.70
26 Sarka Sudova  Czech Republic 18.64
27 Miyuki Hatanaka  Japan 18.61
28 Yuliya Rodonova  Kazakhstan 16.76
29 Nuria Montane  Spain 11.76
30 Yoon Chae-rin  South Korea 7.07

Final[edit]

Heil, the top qualifier, started last, and was up against the time of Norwegian Kari Traa, who improved on her qualifying sum by 1.39 points. However, Heil's total of 26.50 was nearly a point better than Traa, which gave her the gold.[3]

Rank Athlete Score
Gold medal icon.svg  Jennifer Heil (CAN) 26.50
Silver medal icon.svg  Kari Traa (NOR) 25.65
Bronze medal icon.svg  Sandra Laoura (FRA) 25.37
4  Sara Kjellin (SWE) 24.74
5  Aiko Uemura (JPN) 24.01
6  Nikola Sudová (CZE) 23.58
7  Kristi Richards (CAN) 23.30
8  Audrey Robichaud (CAN) 23.10
9  Deborah Scanzio (ITA) 23.00
10  Shannon Bahrke (USA) 22.82
11  Jillian Vogtli (USA) 22.72
12  Stephanie St. Pierre (CAN) 22.52
13  Daria Serova (RUS) 22.44
14  Manuela Berchtold (AUS) 22.21
15  Tae Satoya (JPN) 22.12
16  Marina Cherkasova (RUS) 22.05
17  Margarita Marbler (AUT) 20.79
18  Michelle Roark (USA) 20.04
19  Ingrid Berntsen (NOR) 19.84
20  Miki Ito (JPN) 17.78

References[edit]

  1. ^ Results - World Ski Championships 2005 - Moguls, from fis-ski.com, retrieved 11 February 2006
  2. ^ Cup Standings - Freestyle, from fis-ski.com, retrieved 11 February 2006
  3. ^ a b "Torino 2006 Official Report - Freestyle Skiing" (PDF). Torino Organizing Committee. LA84 Foundation. March 2009. Archived from the original (PDF) on 2012-06-12. Retrieved Jun 7, 2009.