After seven of ten medal events, Snowboarding is looking ahead to the much anticipated Olympic debut of big air especially after excellent qualification rounds which have excited a nearly full Alpensia stadium early morning on Monday and Wednesday.






Halfpipe ladies

Chloe Kim (USA)

Jiayu Liu (CHN)

Arielle Gold (USA)

Halfpipe men

Shaun White (USA)

Ayumu Hirano (JPN)

Scotty James (AUS)

Slopestyle ladies

Jamie Anderson (USA)

Laurie Blouin (CAN)

Enni Rukajarvi (FIN)

Slopestyle men

Redmond Gerard (USA)

Max Parrot (CAN)

Mark McMorris (CAN)

SBX ladies

Michela Moioli (ITA)

Julia Pereira de Sousa Mabileau (FRA)

Eva Samkova (CZE)

SBX men

Pierre Vaultier (FRA)

Jarryd Hughes (AUS)

Regino Hernandez (ESP)

Biggest surprises

Snowboard star Ester Ledecka (CZE) not only stunned the alpine skiing world, but also the snowboard community with her surprise gold in super-G.

Further surprises include snowboard cross silver for teen sensation Julia Pereira de Sousa Mabileau, becoming the third French female to medal in this event after Deborah Anthonioz won silver in Vancouver 2010 and Chloe Trespeuch bronze in Sochi 2014.

Regino Hernandez’s bronze medal in snowboard cross marked the third time that Spain has won an Olympic Winter Games medal and the first in snowboard, following Francisco Fernandez Ochoa’s gold in slalom in Sapporo 1972 and his sister Blanca Fernandez Oachoa’s bronze in slalom in Albertville 1992.

Favourite behind the scenes story

Jasey Jay Anderson (CAN) is the sole snowboarder who has competed in all editions of the Olympic Winter Games since snowboarding was introduced to the Olympic programme in Nagano 1998. In Vancovuer 2010, the now 42-year-old became Olympic Champion in parallel giant slalom.

Upcoming events

Thu, 22 Feb

Big air ladies

09:30 local times

1:30 CET

Sat, 24 Feb

Big air men
PGS ladies & men

10:00 local time
12:00 local time

2:00 CET

4:00 CET