Snowboarding at the 2018 Winter Olympics – Women's parallel giant slalom

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Women's parallel giant slalom
at the XXIII Olympic Winter Games
VenueBogwang Phoenix Park
Date24 February
Competitors31 from 14 nations
Medalists
1st, gold medalist(s) Ester Ledecká  Czech Republic
2nd, silver medalist(s) Selina Jörg  Germany
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Ramona Theresia Hofmeister  Germany
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The women's parallel giant slalom competition of the 2018 Winter Olympics was held on 24 February 2018 Bogwang Phoenix Park in Pyeongchang, South Korea.[1][2]

Qualification[edit]

The top 32 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 (1 July 2016 to 21 January 2018) and also have a minimum of 100 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 run[edit]

The qualification was held at 09:00.[4]

Rank Bib Name Country Blue course Red course Total Notes
1 7 Ester Ledecká  Czech Republic 45.58 43.32 1:28.90 Q
2 1 Alena Zavarzina  Olympic Athletes from Russia 45.43 44.73 1:30.16 Q
3 16 Selina Jörg  Germany 44.67 45.60 1:30.27 Q
4 10 Carolin Langenhorst  Germany 45.02 46.56 1:31.58 Q
5 8 Ramona Theresia Hofmeister  Germany 45.36 46.62 1:31.98 Q
6 9 Tomoka Takeuchi  Japan 47.86 45.00 1:32.86 Q
7 14 Julie Zogg  Switzerland 45.70 47.19 1:32.89 Q
8 3 Daniela Ulbing  Austria 47.07 46.00 1:33.07 Q
9 20 Milena Bykova  Olympic Athletes from Russia 46.43 46.66 1:33.09 Q
10 21 Aleksandra Król  Poland 47.02 46.11 1:33.13 Q
11 4 Julia Dujmovits  Austria 45.95 47.21 1:33.16 Q
12 17 Ladina Jenny  Switzerland 46.96 46.23 1:33.19 Q
13 6 Ina Meschik  Austria 46.21 47.02 1:33.23 Q
14 15 Yekaterina Tudegesheva  Olympic Athletes from Russia 47.44 45.98 1:33.42 Q
15 11 Glorija Kotnik  Slovenia 48.00 45.52 1:33.52 Q
16 2 Patrizia Kummer  Switzerland 47.00 46.59 1:33.59 Q
17 5 Michelle Dekker  Netherlands 47.42 46.18 1:33.60
18 19 Nadya Ochner  Italy 48.00 45.80 1:33.80
19 13 Natalia Soboleva  Olympic Athletes from Russia 47.78 46.15 1:33.93
20 26 Jeong Hae-rim  South Korea 46.93 47.18 1:34.11
21 24 Anke Wöhrer  Germany 47.83 46.87 1:34.70
22 27 Zang Ruxin  China 48.17 47.09 1:35.26
23 23 Stefanie Müller  Switzerland 48.79 46.80 1:35.59
24 25 Weronika Biela  Poland 48.10 47.82 1:35.92
25 31 Shin Da-hae  South Korea 49.13 46.91 1:36.04
26 22 Gong Naiying  China 48.63 47.73 1:36.36
27 30 Teodora Pencheva  Bulgaria 49.01 49.62 1:38.63
28 18 Annamari Dancha  Ukraine 1:00.12 46.52 1:46.64
28 Karolina Sztokfisz  Poland 47.13 DSQ DSQ
12 Claudia Riegler  Austria DNF DNF
29 Xu Xiaoxiao  China DSQ DSQ

Elimination round[edit]

The 16 best racers advanced to the elimination round.[5][6]

1/8 finals   Quarterfinals   Semifinals   Finals
4  Langenhorst (GER) +0.02  
13  Meschik (AUT)     13  Meschik (AUT) +0.78  
5  Hofmeister (GER)     5  Hofmeister (GER)  
12  Jenny (SUI) DNF       5  Hofmeister (GER) DNF  
8  Ulbing (AUT)       1  Ledecká (CZE)  
9  Bykova (OAR) +0.52     8  Ulbing (AUT) +0.97
1  Ledecká (CZE)     1  Ledecká (CZE)  
16  Kummer (SUI) +0.71       1  Ledecká (CZE)
2  Zavarzina (OAR)       3  Jörg (GER) +0.46
15  Kotnik (SLO) +0.03     2  Zavarzina (OAR)  
7  Zogg (SUI)     7  Zogg (SUI) +1.88  
10  Król (POL) +0.70       2  Zavarzina (OAR) DNF
6  Takeuchi (JPN)       3  Jörg (GER)  
11  Dujmovits (AUT) +0.17     6  Takeuchi (JPN) +0.62 Third place
3  Jörg (GER)     3  Jörg (GER)   5  Hofmeister (GER)
14  Tudegesheva (OAR) +0.65   2  Zavarzina (OAR) +4.07

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. ^ Bracket
  6. ^ Final results