Snowboarding

The halfpipe is a U-shaped course dug into a snow-covered hill. Each finalist makes two runs, with the higher score determining their final standing. The parallel giant slalom, introduced in 2002, is a bracketed tournament competition with snowboarders competing against each other in two-race heats on separate slalom courses.

Medal breakdown (4 events): Five medals—United States (2-1-2); Three—France (1-2-0); Two—Switzerland (1-0-1); One—Sweden (0-1-0) and Italy (0-0-1).

Men

Halfpipe

Score refers to the boarders' highest after the two runs.

  Score
1Ross Powers, USA46.1
2Danny Kass, USA42.5
3Jarret Thomas, USA42.1
Other top 10 USA: 6th, Tommy Czeschin (40.6).

Parallel Giant Slalom

1Philipp Schoch, SWI
2Richard Richardsson, SWE
3Chris Klug, USA
Note: BIG FINAL (gold medal)—Schoch def. Richardsson (+0.24, DSQ); SMALL FINAL (bronze medal)—Klug def. Nicolas Huet, FRA (-0.15, -1.21) -1.36.
Next best USA: No other American qualified for the elimination round.

Women

Halfpipe

Score refers to the boarders' highest after the two runs.

  Score
1Kelly Clark, USA47.9
2Doriane Vidal, FRA43.0
3Fabienne Reuteler, SWI39.7
Other Top 10 USA: 5th, Shannon Dunn-Downing (37.2); 6th, Tricia Byrnes (36.4).

Parallel Giant Slalom

1Isabelle Blanc, FRA
2Karine Ruby, FRA
3Lidia Trettel, ITA
Note: BIG FINAL (gold medal)—Blanc def. Ruby (-1.89, +0.15) -1.74; SMALL FINAL (bronze medal)—Trettel def. Jagna Marczulajtis, POL (+0.17, DSQ).
Best USA: Lisa Koglow def. Aasa Windahl, SWE, in the first elimination round and lost to Ruby, FRA, in the quarterfinal round.

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