All freeski slopestyle events rescheduled after women's qualifying postponement

Genting Snow Park slopestyle course with snow - Credit: AFP via Getty Images

Genting Snow Park slopestyle course with snow – Credit: AFP via Getty Images

Heavy snowfall and poor visibility postponed Sunday’s qualifying round in women’s freeski slopestyle, triggering a cascade of adjustments to the discipline’s schedule.

Originally set to begin at 10 a.m. local time (9 p.m. Saturday ET), the women’s qualifying event was first delayed to noon local time (11 p.m. Saturday ET). About an hour later, officials made the call to postpone for the day, and subsequently updated start times for the other slopestyle events.

The following changes were made. Essentially, all four events’ start times were moved forward 24 hours.

  • Women’s Slopestyle Qualifying
    Sun 2/13 10a (Sat 2/12 9pET) →
    Mon 2/14 10a (Sun 2/13 9pET)
  • Women’s Slopestyle Final
    Mon 2/14 9:30a (Sun 2/13 8:30pET) →
    Tue 2/15 9:30a (Mon 2/14 8:30pET)
  • Men’s Slopestyle Qualifying
    Mon 2/14 12:30p (Sun 2/13 11:30pET) →
    Tue 2/15 12:30p (Mon 2/14 11:30pET)
  • Men’s Slopestyle Final
    Tue 2/15 9:30a (Mon 2/14 8:30pET) →
    Wed 2/16 9:30a (Tue 2/15 8:30pET)

Big air gold medalist Eileen Gu of China is looking to add title No. 2 of the 2022 Winter Games in slopestyle, with halfpipe still to come.

The four Americans competing in slopestyle are Maggie Voisin, Darian Stevens, Marin Hamill and Caroline Claire.

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