Women’s Freestyle Skiing 2022 Olympic Games Results: Slopestyle Medalists | Launderer’s report

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After the postponement of the women’s freeski slopestyle events at the 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing due to heavy snowfall and poor visibility, 12 women qualified for the freeski slopestyle final in the qualifying round Sunday.

Estonia’s Kelly Sildaru, Norway’s Johanne Killi and China’s Eileen Ailing Gu topped the qualifying round standings, but it was Switzerland’s Mathilde Gremaude who won the gold medal with an outstanding performance in the final of Monday at Genting Snow Park H&S Stadium.

Gremaud won the gold medal with an 86.56 in her second run of the day. It was an incredible rebound for the 22-year-old skier, who lost a ski on her first run to open with a 1.10 rating.

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Switzerland’s Mathilde Gremaud scored a 1 after losing her ski in her first run.

Her second run earned her an 86 – putting her in first place 👏

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From silver in 2018 to GOLD in 2022! 🥇

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Medalists and Women’s Freeski Slopestyle Ranking

  1. Mathilde Gremaud, Switzerland: 86.56
  2. Eileen Ailing Gu, China: 86.23
  3. Kelly Sildaru, Estonia: 82.06
  4. Anastasia Tatalina, Russian Olympic Committee: 75.51
  5. Maggie Voisin, USA: 74.28
  6. Johanne Killi, Norway: 73.11
  7. Tess Ledeux, France: 72.91
  8. Kirsty Muir, Great Britain: 71.30
  9. Katie Summerhayes, Great Britain: 64.75
  10. Silvia Bertagna, Italy: 61.85
  11. Olivia Asselin, Canada: 16.83
  12. Marin Hamill, USA: DNS

This is Gremaud’s first gold medal at the 2022 Games and his second overall. She won a bronze medal in the women’s big air freeski event last week behind China’s Eileen Ailing Gu and France’s Tess Ledeux.

Gremaud also won a silver medal in the slopestyle event at the 2018 PyeongChang Games.

Speaking of Gu, she also competed in Monday’s freeski slopestyle competition, finishing with a silver medal. After two shaky runs, Gu nailed her final run with a score of 86.23 to secure her second medal of the Games.

Sildaru, who topped the qualifying standings, finished Monday’s event with a bronze medal. His best score was 82.06, achieved in his first run.

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