The Winter Olympics 2018 strong winds in the Phoenix Snow Park meant that there would be no qualification for women participating in the slopestyle snowboard event at the 2018 Olympic Winter Games. On Sunday night, an open field of 27 of the best World competitors will have two shots to leave their footprints and leave Pyeongchang with a gold medal.
The women’s snowboard slopestyle event at the Olympic Winter Games will take place on February 11th at 9pm. AND. You can watch each of the performances online on NBC Sports (live broadcast).
The weather prevented snowboarders from having the opportunity to get on the Pyeongchang circuit on Saturday and provided a sense of urgency in addition to Sunday’s action. As a result, a busy final will have each Winter Olympics qualifier, and additional competitors mean that everyone will only have two opportunities to share their best possible races instead of the three standards.
The American Jamie Anderson can continue to dominate the event by defending her gold. The 27-year-old won the first women’s race in 2014, took first place on the podium and combined with her male counterpart, S Winter Olympicsage Kotsenburg, to make a sweep of the US team. UU Another great performance would repeat this feat, but this time with 17-year-old Red Gerard, who won the men’s side of the competition on Saturday.
She is not the only American to have the opportunity to win new equipment. Julia Marino is an aspiring Slopestyle star after winning the Winter X Games gold at the 19-year-old event in 2017, and finished second in the 2018 competition. Winter OlympicsShe can make her first experience Memorable Olympic with an aggressive course in the Phoenix Snow Mountain.
Slopestyle will bring all the elements of the skate park to the mountain, but they will be spaced out in time to increase speed and unlock some of the wildest rides you’ll see at the Olympics. Anderson and his cohort will face a course full of ramps, rails and jumps designed to push snowboarders onto the most creative and hard-to-manage tracks. The judges will be at your disposal to evaluate your movements, Winter Olympicswhich include routines, turns, skips and wheels. Medalists are usually anchored in an unforgettable cornerstone.
For Kotsenburg, that meant destroying a movement he called “Saint Crail”.
What time and how can I watch?
Date: February 11, 2018
Time: 9 pm ET
Location: Phoenix Snow Park, Pyeongchang, South Korea
Streaming: NBC Sports | FuboTV