Freestyle skiing at the 2022 Winter Olympics – Men's slopestyle

The men's slopestyle competition in freestyle skiing at the 2022 Winter Olympics was held on 14 February (qualification) and 16 February (final), at the Genting Snow Park in Zhangjiakou.[1] Alex Hall of the United States won the event, which was his first Olympic medal. The 2018 silver medalist, Nick Goepper, also of the United States, won silver again. Jesper Tjäder of Sweden was third, also his first Olympic medal.

Men's slopestyle
at the XXIV Olympic Winter Games
Freestyle skiing pictogram.svg
VenueGenting Snow Park,
Zhangjiakou
Date14, 16 February
Competitors29 from 11 nations
Winning points90.01
Medalists
1st place, gold medalist(s) Alex Hall  United States
2nd place, silver medalist(s) Nick Goepper  United States
3rd place, bronze medalist(s) Jesper Tjäder  Sweden
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The 2018 champion is Øystein Bråten, but he stopped competing and was not available to defend the title.[2] The bronze medalist, Alex Beaulieu-Marchand, did not qualify. At the 2021–22 FIS Freestyle Ski World Cup, there were only three races held before the Olympics, and Fabian Bösch was leading the rankings. Goepper is the 2021 X-Games winner, and Andri Ragettli is the 2021 world champion.

QualificationEdit

A total of 30 athletes qualified to compete at the games. For an athlete to compete they must have a minimum of 50.00 FIS points on the FIS Points List on January 17, 2022 and a top 30 finish in a World Cup event or at the FIS Freestyle Ski World Championships 2021 in either big air or slopestyle. A country could enter a maximum of four athletes into the event.[3]

ResultsEdit

QualificationEdit

Q — Qualified for the Final

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

Rank Bib Order Name Country Run 1 Run 2 Best Notes
1 1 3 Andri Ragettli   Switzerland 76.98 85.08 85.08 Q
2 4 4 Birk Ruud   Norway 83.96 40.95 83.96 Q
3 9 13 Nick Goepper   United States 82.51 80.23 82.51 Q
4 8 9 Jesper Tjäder   Sweden 59.15 79.38 79.38 Q
5 6 17 Alex Hall   United States 79.13 40.60 79.13 Q
6 2 2 Colby Stevenson   United States 78.01 35.80 78.01 Q
7 21 21 Ben Barclay   New Zealand 76.00 77.71 77.71 Q
8 16 11 Kim Gubser   Switzerland 76.71 DNS 76.71 Q
9 27 18 Matěj Švancer   Austria 37.25 74.86 74.86 Q
10 5 5 Fabian Bösch   Switzerland 53.83 74.53 74.53 Q
11 12 26 Max Moffatt   Canada 74.06 35.06 74.06 Q
12 14 25 Oliwer Magnusson   Sweden 73.46 39.16 73.46 Q
13 15 6 Édouard Therriault   Canada 70.40 23.75 70.40
14 20 23 Javier Lliso   Spain 21.95 69.16 69.16
15 17 12 Finn Bilous   New Zealand 68.01 32.85 68.01
16 7 29 Ferdinand Dahl   Norway 35.41 67.61 67.61
17 28 28 Daniel Bacher   Austria 63.60 16.21 63.60
18 29 24 Leonardo Donaggio   Italy 63.48 42.88 63.48
19 22 19 Colin Wili   Switzerland 54.45 38.03 54.45
20 3 1 Mac Forehand   United States 51.21 37.80 51.21
21 18 27 Henrik Harlaut   Sweden 37.70 48.16 48.16
22 31 16 He Jinbo   China 42.83 20.85 42.83
23 11 15 Christian Nummedal   Norway 41.48 16.03 41.48
24 13 22 Evan McEachran   Canada 40.90 33.70 40.90
25 26 10 Tormod Frostad   Norway 22.11 38.05 38.05
26 24 31 Teal Harle   Canada 36.05 33.81 36.05
27 30 8 Simo Peltola   Finland 35.01 29.25 35.01
28 23 20 Hugo Burvall   Sweden 33.40 28.58 33.40
29 25 14 Thibault Magnin   Spain 33.06 14.78 33.06
10 7 James Woods   Great Britain DNS
19 30 Antoine Adelisse   France

FinalEdit

Rank Bib Order Name Country Run 1 Run 2 Run 3 Best[5]
  6 8 Alex Hall   United States 90.01 86.38 31.41 90.01
  9 10 Nick Goepper   United States 45.75 86.48 53.45 86.48
  8 9 Jesper Tjäder   Sweden 85.35 16.11 37.33 85.35
4 1 12 Andri Ragettli   Switzerland 78.20 83.50 33.95 83.50
5 4 11 Birk Ruud   Norway 26.98 47.93 79.33 79.33
6 5 3 Fabian Bösch   Switzerland 78.05 51.46 13.98 78.05
7 2 7 Colby Stevenson   United States 77.41 41.73 55.18 77.41
8 27 4 Matěj Švancer   Austria 73.05 31.86 49.83 73.05
9 12 2 Max Moffatt   Canada 47.18 65.31 70.40 70.40
10 21 6 Ben Barclay   New Zealand 29.16 29.78 67.40 67.40
11 14 1 Oliwer Magnusson   Sweden 23.75 22.75 40.46 40.46
16 5 Kim Gubser   Switzerland DNS

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Minji Seo (2021-06-16). "Beijing 2022 Olympic Winter Games Competition Schedule Version 9" (PDF). Retrieved 2021-12-24.
  2. ^ "Subscribe: At Dew Tour, an all-American podium augurs another Winter Olympic medals sweep". NBC Sports. 17 December 2021.
  3. ^ "Qualification System for Xxiv Olympic Winter Games, Beijing 2022 Freestyle Skiing" (PDF). International Ski Federation (FIS). Retrieved 29 January 2022.
  4. ^ Qualification results
  5. ^ Final results