Queralt Castellet

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This name uses Spanish naming customs: the first or paternal family name is Castellet and the second or maternal family name is Ibáñez.
Queralt Castellet
Queralt Castellet during the World Cup competitions.jpg
Medal record
Women's snowboarding
Representing  Spain
World Championships
Silver medal – second place 2015 Kreischberg Halfpipe
Winter Universiade
Silver medal – second place 2015 Granada Halfpipe

Queralt Castellet Ibáñez (born 17 June 1989 in Sabadell) is a Spanish snowboarder and silver medalist at the 2015 World Championships.

She competed in her first Olympic Olympic Winter Games at the 2006 Olympic Games, and finished tenth in halfpipe at the 2007 World Snowboard Championships. During the 2007-08 Snowboarding World Cup circuit she placed on the podium three times, and overall she placed third in the halfpipe section of the 2007–08 World Cup.

At the 2010 Winter Olympics she scored a 44.3 on her first qualifying run, third highest. However, she suffered a concussion while practising in the lead-up to the final and was subsequently forced to withdraw.

At the World Cup, she has 2 victories, and 5 additional podiums in halfpipe, and another podium in big air.

Personal[edit]

Castellet currently lives in New Zealand.

Olympic results Olympic rings with white rims.svg[edit]

Season Date Location Discipline Place
2006 13 Feb 2006 Italy Turin, Italy Halfpipe 26th
2010 18 Feb 2010 Canada Vancouver, Canada Halfpipe 12th
2014 12 Feb 2014 Russia Sochi, Rusia Halfpipe 11th

World Cup podiums[edit]

Season Date Location Discipline Place
2008 27 Jan 2008 ItalyBardonecchia, Italy Halfpipe 2nd
9 Mar 2008 CanadaStoneham, Canada Halfpipe 3rd
16 Mar 2008 ItalyValmalenco, Italy Halfpipe 2nd
2011 26 Mar 2011 Switzerland Arosa, Switzerland Halfpipe 1st
2012 3 Nov 2011 Switzerland Saas-Fee, Switzerland Halfpipe 1st
2013 26 Aug 2012 New Zealand Cardrona, New Zealand Halfpipe 3rd
12 Jan 2013 United States Copper Mountain, USA Halfpipe 3rd
2016 13 Feb 2016 Canada Quebec, Canada Big air 3rd

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