Freestyle skiing at the 2022 Winter Olympics were held at the Genting Snow Park in Zhangjiakou and Big Air Shougang in Beijing, China. The events were held between 3 and 19 February 2022. A total of 13 freestyle skiing events were held.
at the XXIV Olympic Winter Games
|No. of events||13 (6 men, 6 women, 1 mixed)|
|Competitors||284 from 25 nations|
In July 2018, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) officially added three events to the Olympic program: big air for men and women, along with a mixed team aerials event. A total of 284 quota spots (142 per gender) were distributed to the sport, a decline of 4 from the 2018 Winter Olympics. A total of 13 events were contested, six for men, six for women and one mixed.
A maximum of 284 quota spots are available to athletes at the games. A maximum of 30 athletes could be entered by a National Olympic Committee, with a maximum of 16 men or 16 women. If a NOC has qualified enough athletes to enter the mixed team event in aerials then they may extend their total to 32 athletes. Each event has a specific quota amount allocated to it. The athlete quota per event is listed below.
|Event||Men||Women||Minimum FIS points|
- Big air and slopestyle have a combined event quota.
The following were the planned competition schedule for all thirteen events.
Sessions that include the event finals are shown in bold.
All times are (UTC+8).
|3 February||18:00||Women's moguls|
|5 February||19:30||Men's moguls|
|6 February||19:30||Women's moguls|
|7 February||9:30||Women's big air|
|13:30||Men's big air|
|8 February||10:00||Women's big air|
|9 February||11:00||Men's big air|
|10 February||19:00||Mixed team aerials|
|14 February||10:00||Women's ski slopestyle|
|15 February||9:30||Women's ski slopestyle|
|12:30||Men's ski slopestyle|
|16 February||9:30||Men's ski slopestyle|
|17 February||9:30||Women's ski halfpipe|
|11:30||Women's ski cross|
|12:30||Men's ski halfpipe|
|15:10||Women's ski cross|
|18 February||9:30||Women's ski halfpipe|
|11:45||Men's ski cross|
|15:55||Men's ski cross|
|19 February||9:30||Men's ski halfpipe|
China led all nations in the medal count with four gold medals, while the United States achieved the most medals overall, with eight.
|Totals (15 entries)||13||13||14||40|
|| United States
On 26 February 2022, after the end of the Olympic Games, following an appeal from Fanny Smith, the FIS Appeals Commission made the decision to overturn the FIS Jury decision. As a result of winning the appeal, Smith was promoted to third place, while Maier officially finished in fourth place, which was reflected on the FIS website.FIS has no right to make a decision on the return and redistribution of medals, as this issue is in the exclusive competence of the IOC, therefore, in its decision, the FIS Appeals Commission did not mention any words about the medals and their redistribution, and the IOC has the last word in this issue. On 13 December 2022, the Court of Arbitration for Sport decided both competitors will be awarded duplicate bronze medals and share joint third place. At December 2022 the IOC has updated the data on its website.
26 nations sent freestyle skiiers to compete in the events, including the IOC's designation of Russian Olympic Committee, were scheduled to participate. The numbers of athletes are shown in parentheses.
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