Freestyle Skiing

Athletes from twelve nations have stood on the podium in Freestyle Skiing which has completed eight of ten medal events.






Moguls ladies

Perrine Laffont (FRA)

Justine Dufour-Lapointe (CAN)

Yulia Galysheva (KAZ)

Moguls men

Mikael Kingsbury (CAN)

Matt Graham (AUS)

Hara Daichi (JPN)

Aerials ladies

Hanna Huskova (BLR)

Xin Zhang (CHN)

Fanyu Kong (CHN)

Aerials men

Oleksandr Abramenko (UKR)

Jia Zongyang (CHN)

Ilia Burov (OAR)

Slopestyle ladies

Sarah Hoefflin (SUI)


Mathilde Gremaud (SUI)

Isabel Atkin (GBR)

Slopestyle men

Oystein Braaten (NOR)


Nicholas Goepper (USA)

Alex Beaulieu-Marchand (CAN)

Halfpipe ladies

Cassie Sharpe (CAN)

Marie Martinod (FRA)

Brita Sigourney (USA)

Ski cross men

Brady Leman (CAN)

Marc Bischofberger (SUI)

Sergey Ridzik (OAR)

Biggest surprise

Sarah Hoefflin (SUI) claimed the Olympic gold medal in slopestyle, while Sochi gold medallist Dara Howell (CAN) was eliminated in qualifying and none of the top-10 in the FIS World Cup standings got on the podium.

Both Hoefflin and her teammate Gremaud made their intentions known early as they had the two highest scores of the first round. Hoefflin, currently 12th in the FIS World Cup, then raised the bar even further as she improved her score to take the lead off her compatriot and win gold. Britain claimed its first ever Olympic medal on skis through 19-year-old Isabel Atkin.

Best social media post

Marie Martinod (FRA) became the first freeskier to win multiple medals – halfpipe silver in PyeongChang and halfpipe silver in Sochi. She celebrated on the podium with her little daughter.

Favourite behind the scenes story

Sochi silver medallist in aerials, David Morris (AUS), did not qualify for the finals in PyeongChang. Despite this setback, he spread positive vibes and showed true sportsmanship.

 Upcoming events

Thu, 22 Feb

Ski halfpipe men

11:30 local time

3:30 CET

Fri, 23 Feb

Ski cross ladies

11:30 local time

3:30 CET