Snowboarding at the 2018 Winter Olympics – Women's halfpipe

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Women's halfpipe
at the XXIII Olympic Winter Games
VenueBogwang Phoenix Park
Date12 February (qualification)
13 February (final)
Competitors24 from 10 nations
Winning Score98.25
Medalists
1st, gold medalist(s) Chloe Kim  United States
2nd, silver medalist(s) Liu Jiayu  China
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Arielle Gold  United States
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The women's halfpipe competition of the 2018 Winter Olympics was held from 12 to 13 February 2018 at the Bogwang Phoenix Park in Pyeongchang, South Korea.[1][2]

In the victory ceremony, the medals were presented by Larry Probst, member of the International Olympic Committee, accompanied by Dexter Paine, International Ski Federation vice president.

Qualification[edit]

The top 24 athletes in the Olympic quota allocation list qualified, with a maximum of four athletes per National Olympic Committee (NOC) allowed. All athletes qualifying must also have placed in the top 30 of a FIS World Cup event or the FIS Freestyle Ski and Snowboarding World Championships 2017 during the qualification period (July 1, 2016 to January 21, 2018) and also have a minimum of 50 FIS points to compete. If the host country, South Korea at the 2018 Winter Olympics did not qualify, their chosen athlete would displace the last qualified athlete, granted all qualification criterion was met.[3]

Results[edit]

Qualification[edit]

Q — Qualified for the Final

The top 12 athletes in the qualifiers move on to the medal round.[4]

Rank Order Name Country Run 1 Run 2 Best Notes
1 3 Chloe Kim  United States 91.50 95.50 95.50 Q
2 10 Liu Jiayu  China 87.75 41.00 87.75 Q
3 11 Haruna Matsumoto  Japan 80.75 84.25 84.25 Q
4 1 Maddie Mastro  United States 83.75 76.00 83.75 Q
5 2 Queralt Castellet  Spain 71.50 45.50 71.50 Q
6 15 Cai Xuetong  China 65.75 69.00 69.00 Q
7 16 Sena Tomita  Japan 59.50 66.75 66.75 Q
8 5 Emily Arthur  Australia 30.25 66.50 66.50 Q
9 4 Sophie Rodriguez  France 65.00 13.50 65.00 Q
10 9 Mirabelle Thovex  France 62.25 64.25 64.25 Q
11 8 Kelly Clark  United States 41.00 63.25 63.25 Q
12 14 Arielle Gold  United States 17.50 62.75 62.75 Q
13 13 Holly Crawford  Australia 57.50 20.00 57.50
14 17 Verena Rohrer  Switzerland 16.50 55.00 55.00
15 6 Kurumi Imai  Japan 54.75 50.00 54.75
16 19 Qiu Leng  China 50.75 53.75 53.75
17 12 Hikaru Ōe  Japan 10.00 51.00 51.00
18 18 Mercedes Nicoll  Canada 50.00 48.00 50.00
19 20 Elizabeth Hosking  Canada 25.25 36.75 36.75
20 22 Kwon Sun-oo  South Korea 19.25 35.00 35.00
21 21 Kaja Verdnik  Slovenia 24.75 34.00 34.00
22 7 Li Shuang  China 24.50 9.25 24.50
23 24 Calynn Irwin  Canada 23.25 16.25 23.25
24 23 Clémence Grimal  France 14.25 13.00 14.25

Final[edit]

The final was held on 13 February at 11:00.[5]

Rank Order Name Country Run 1 Run 2 Run 3 Best Notes
1st, gold medalist(s) 12 Chloe Kim  United States 93.75 41.50 98.25 98.25
2nd, silver medalist(s) 11 Liu Jiayu  China 85.50 89.75 49.00 89.75
3rd, bronze medalist(s) 1 Arielle Gold  United States 10.50 74.75 85.75 85.75
4 2 Kelly Clark  United States 76.25 81.75 83.50 83.50
5 7 Cai Xuetong  China 20.50 41.25 76.50 76.50
6 10 Haruna Matsumoto  Japan 70.00 46.25 65.75 70.00
7 8 Queralt Castellet  Spain 59.75 67.75 43.75 67.75
8 6 Sena Tomita  Japan 65.25 34.50 60.50 65.25
9 3 Mirabelle Thovex  France 59.50 30.25 63.00 63.00
10 4 Sophie Rodriguez  France 50.50 14.75 13.75 50.50
11 5 Emily Arthur  Australia 48.25 9.25 25.00 48.25
12 9 Maddie Mastro  United States 14.00 7.50 6.50 14.00

References[edit]

  1. ^ Schedule
  2. ^ Start list
  3. ^ "Qualification Systems for XXII Olympic Winter Games, PyeongChang 2018 Snowboarding" (PDF). International Ski Federation (FIS). 9 September 2016. Retrieved 21 January 2018.
  4. ^ Qualification results
  5. ^ Final results