Snowboarding at the 2014 Winter Olympics – Women's halfpipe

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Women's halfpipe
at the XXII Olympic Winter Games
Snowboarding pictogram.svg
Venue Rosa Khutor Extreme Park
Date 12 February 2014
Competitors 28 from 13 nations
Winning score 91.75
Medalists
1st, gold medalist(s) Kaitlyn Farrington  United States
2nd, silver medalist(s) Torah Bright  Australia
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Kelly Clark  United States
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The women's halfpipe competition of the Sochi 2014 Olympics was held at Rosa Khutor Extreme Park on 12 February 2014.[1]

Schedule[edit]

All times are (UTC+4).

Date Time Round
12 February 14:00 Qualification
19:00 Semifinals
21:30 Final

Results[edit]

Qualification[edit]

The qualification was held at 2:00 p.m. (Sochi time).[2]

Rank Heat Bib Name Country Run 1 Run 2 Best Notes
1 1 2 Kelly Clark  United States 92.25 95.00 95.00 QF
2 1 7 Queralt Castellet  Spain 93.25 52.00 93.25 QF
3 1 1 Sophie Rodriguez  France 78.50 25.50 78.50 QF
4 1 4 Li Shuang  China 77.75 54.00 77.75 QS
5 1 3 Ursina Haller  Switzerland 69.00 74.75 74.75 QS
6 1 6 Sun Zhifeng  China 70.00 45.75 70.00 QS
7 1 12 Alexandra Duckworth  Canada 42.25 69.75 69.75 QS
8 1 9 Šárka Pančochová  Czech Republic 42.75 66.25 66.25 QS
9 1 10 Stephanie Magiros  Australia 27.25 57.25 57.25 QS
10 1 11 Hannah Trigger  Australia 51.25 33.00 51.25
11 1 8 Rebecca Sinclair  New Zealand 32.25 48.25 48.25
12 1 13 Nadja Purtschert  Switzerland 47.50 20.75 47.50
13 1 14 Morena Makar  Croatia 44.75 22.75 44.75
14 1 5 Holly Crawford  Australia 43.00 33.75 43.00
1 2 28 Torah Bright  Australia 93.00 28.75 93.00 QF
2 2 27 Hannah Teter  United States 90.25 92.00 92.00 QF
3 2 20 Cai Xuetong  China 74.25 88.00 88.00 QF
4 2 21 Kaitlyn Farrington  United States 87.00 34.50 87.00 QS
5 2 22 Liu Jiayu  China 81.50 83.50 83.50 QS
6 2 18 Mirabelle Thovex  France 71.75 69.75 71.75 QS
7 2 17 Rana Okada  Japan 66.00 69.75 69.75 QS
8 2 19 Clémence Grimal  France 16.00 66.50 66.50 QS
9 2 24 Katie Tsuyuki  Canada 45.75 54.25 54.25 QS
10 2 16 Ella Suitiala  Finland 31.75 51.50 51.50
11 2 23 Joanna Zając  Poland 47.75 39.75 47.75
12 2 26 Mercedes Nicoll  Canada 43.50 26.50 43.50
13 2 25 Verena Rohrer  Switzerland 34.50 31.50 34.50
2 15 Arielle Gold  United States DNS[a]

QF – Qualify directly to final; QS – Qualify to semifinal; DNS – Did not start

Semifinals[edit]

The semifinals was held at 7:30 p.m. (Sochi time)[3]

Rank Bib Name Country Run 1 Run 2 Best Notes
1 21 Kaitlyn Farrington  United States 87.50 53.25 87.50 Q
2 22 Liu Jiayu  China 81.25 29.00 81.25 Q
3 4 Li Shuang  China 80.00 56.75 80.00 Q
4 3 Ursina Haller  Switzerland 74.50 43.00 74.50 Q
5 18 Mirabelle Thovex  France 70.75 39.75 70.75 Q
6 17 Rana Okada  Japan 58.50 70.00 70.00 Q
7 24 Katie Tsuyuki  Canada 55.50 56.25 56.25
8 19 Clémence Grimal  France 14.00 38.25 38.25
9 6 Sun Zhifeng  China 35.75 35.75 35.75
10 9 Šárka Pančochová  Czech Republic 34.00 31.50 34.00
11 12 Alexandra Duckworth  Canada 32.50 25.75 32.50
12 10 Stephanie Magiros  Australia 26.50 20.50 26.50

Q – Qualify to final

Final[edit]

The final was held at 10:00 p.m. (Sochi time).[4]

Rank Bib Name Country Run 1 Run 2 Best
1st, gold medalist(s) 21 Kaitlyn Farrington  United States 85.75 91.75 91.75
2nd, silver medalist(s) 28 Torah Bright  Australia 58.25 91.50 91.50
3rd, bronze medalist(s) 2 Kelly Clark  United States 48.25 90.75 90.75
4 27 Hannah Teter  United States 90.50 26.75 90.50
5 17 Rana Okada  Japan 47.75 85.50 85.50
6 20 Cai Xuetong  China 84.25 25.00 84.25
7 1 Sophie Rodriguez  France 77.75 79.50 79.50
8 4 Li Shuang  China 73.25 23.75 73.25
9 22 Liu Jiayu  China 15.75 68.25 68.25
10 18 Mirabelle Thovex  France 67.00 34.75 67.00
11 7 Queralt Castellet  Spain 61.75 55.25 61.75
12 3 Ursina Haller  Switzerland 48.75 26.75 48.75

Judges and officials[edit]

Judges: Ola Sundekvist, Kyoji Yokoyama, Guido Van Meel, Klara Suchanova, Phoebe Mills, Iztok Sumatic.

Officials: William Van Gilder (FIS Technical Delegate), Alexey Potapov (Competition Chief), Brandon Wong (Head Judge), Uwe Beier (FIS Race Director), Roberto Moresi (FIS Assistant Race Director), Valentin Danoskiy (Chief of Halfpipe), John Melville (Halfpipe Technical Advisor).

Notes[edit]

a American Arielle Gold had to pull out of the competition after injuring her shoulder during a practice run and crash at Rosa Khutor Extreme Park, moments before the competition.[5]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Snowboarding Schedule and Results". SOOC. Retrieved 13 January 2014. 
  2. ^ Qualification Results
  3. ^ Semifinals Results
  4. ^ Final Results
  5. ^ Axon, Rachel (12 February 2014). "U.S. snowboarder Arielle Gold pulls out of Olympics". USA Today. Retrieved 12 February 2014.