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Freestyle skiing at the 2014 Winter Olympics – Women's moguls

Women's moguls
at the XXII Olympic Winter Games

The Medalists
Venue Rosa Khutor Extreme Park, Krasnaya Polyana, Russia
Dates 6 February 2014 (qualification)
8 February 2014 (final)
Competitors 30 from 13 nations
Winning Score 22.44
Medalists
Gold medal    Canada
Silver medal    Canada
Bronze medal    United States
Freestyle skiing at the 2014 Winter Olympics
Aerials   men   women
Halfpipe men women
Moguls men women
Ski cross men women
Slopestyle men women

The women's moguls event in freestyle skiing at the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia took place on the 6 February (first qualification) and 8 February (second qualification, semifinals, and final) at the Rosa Khutor Extreme Park in Krasnaya Polyana.[1]

The defending Olympic and world champion was Hannah Kearney of the United States. Kearney returned to the podium, winning the 2014 bronze medal. The first two places were won by sisters, for only the fourth time in Olympic history: Canadian Justine Dufour-Lapointe earned gold while her sister Chloé won the silver.[2] The third Dufour-Lapointe sister on the Canadian team, Maxime, made it to Final 2 in the event. Maxime, Justine, and Chloé Dufour-Lapointe became the first three sisters in Olympics history to compete in the same event. This was Justine Dufour-Lapointe's first Olympics, whereas Chloé was ranked fifth in Vancouver 2010.

Qualification

An athlete must have placed in the top 30 in at a World Cup event after July 2012 or at the 2013 World Championships and a minimum of 80 FIS points. A total of 30 quota spots were available to athletes to compete at the games. A maximum of 4 athletes could be entered by a National Olympic Committee.[3]

Results

Qualification

In the first qualifying round, the ten best athletes directly qualified for the final. Others competed in the second qualification round.[4]

Qualifying 1

QF — Qualified directly for the Final
QS — Qualified for the Semifinal
Bib — Bib number
DNF — Did Not Finish
DNS — Did Not Start
Rank Bib Name Country Time Score Total Notes
Turns Air Time
1 1 Hannah Kearney United States 30.14 12.6 4.46 5.99 23.05 QF
2 3 Chloé Dufour-Lapointe Canada 30.80 12.3 4.62 5.72 22.64 QF
3 2 Justine Dufour-Lapointe Canada 32.02 12.3 4.74 5.24 22.28 QF
4 7 Eliza Outtrim United States 30.79 11.1 4.68 5.73 21.51 QF
5 18 Perrine Laffont France 31.92 11.2 4.86 5.28 21.34 QF
6 6 Yulia Galysheva Kazakhstan 30.89 10.4 5.08 5.69 21.17 QF
7 12 Aiko Uemura Japan 30.74 10.7 4.56 5.75 21.01 QF
8 5 Maxime Dufour-Lapointe Canada 31.22 11.3 4.02 5.56 20.88 QF
9 30 Audrey Robichaud Canada 33.55 11.0 4.98 4.63 20.61 QF
10 15 Regina Rakhimova Russia 31.02 10.4 4.44 5.64 20.48 QF
11 13 Nikola Sudová Czech Republic 31.30 10.9 3.96 5.52 20.38
12 8 Britteny Cox Australia 31.74 10.4 4.44 5.35 20.19
13 16 Deborah Scanzio Italy 30.56 9.7 4.50 5.82 20.02
14 10 Heather McPhie United States 31.65 10.3 4.23 5.39 19.92
15 14 Junko Hoshino Japan 30.95 9.5 4.56 5.66 19.72
16 28 Taylah O'Neill Australia 33.14 10.0 3.78 4.79 18.57
17 21 Nicole Parks Australia 31.45 9.0 4.02 5.47 18.49
18 34 Elena Muratova Russia 31.65 9.2 3.36 5.39 17.95
19 23 Marika Pertakhiya Russia 29.64 7.5 3.84 6.19 17.53
20 33 Tereza Vaculíková Czech Republic 34.03 9.3 3.72 4.44 17.46
21 31 Ning Qin China 32.10 7.5 4.12 5.21 16.83
22 24 Arisa Murata Japan 31.33 7.0 4.18 5.51 16.69
23 27 Darya Rybalova Kazakhstan 33.34 8.7 2.83 4.71 16.24
24 32 Seo Jee-Won South Korea 33.49 8.9 2.40 4.65 15.95
25 19 Ekaterina Stolyarova Russia 38.78 3.5 2.4 2.54 8.44
26 22 Laura Grasemann Germany 37.72 0.3 3.54 2.97 6.81
26 Hedvig Wessel Norway DNF
4 Heidi Kloser United States DNS
29 Seo Jung-Hwa South Korea DNS
35 Miki Itō Japan DNS

Qualifying 2

Q — Qualified for the Final
Bib — Bib number
DNF — Did Not Finish
DNS — Did Not Start
Rank Bib Name Country Time Score Total Notes
Turns Air Time
1 19 Ekaterina Stolyarova Russia 31.97 10.9 5.16 5.26 21.32 Q
2 16 Deborah Scanzio Italy 31.04 11.0 4.38 5.63 21.01 Q
3 13 Nikola Sudová Czech Republic 31.48 11.5 3.48 5.45 20.43 Q
4 8 Britteny Cox Australia 31.48 10.1 4.38 5.45 19.93 Q
5 24 Arisa Murata Japan 32.65 9.7 4.69 4.99 19.38 Q
6 10 Heather McPhie United States 31.21 9.7 3.59 5.56 18.85 Q
7 28 Taylah O'Neill Australia 33.39 9.4 3.72 4.69 17.81 Q
8 21 Nicole Parks Australia 32.65 8.7 4.08 4.99 17.77 Q
9 31 Ning Qin China 31.60 8.8 3.54 5.41 17.75 Q
10 23 Marika Pertakhiya Russia 31.10 7.8 3.54 5.60 16.94 Q
11 34 Elena Muratova Russia 33.36 9.3 2.64 4.70 16.64
12 22 Laura Grasemann Germany 33.46 7.3 3.80 4.66 15.76
13 32 Seo Jee-Won South Korea 33.02 7.8 2.76 4.84 15.40
14 29 Seo Jung-Hwa South Korea 33.56 6.6 2.94 4.62 14.16
15 14 Junko Hoshino Japan 32.37 1.4 3.12 5.10 9.62
16 26 Hedvig Wessel Norway 36.47 1.0 1.74 3.47 6.21
33 Tereza Vaculíková Czech Republic DNF
27 Darya Rybalova Kazakhstan DNS
4 Heidi Kloser United States DNS
35 Miki Itō Japan DNS

Final

The finals were started at 22:00.[5]

Final 1

Q — Qualified for next Round
Bib — Bib number
DNF — Did Not Finish
DNS — Did Not Start
Rank Bib Name Country Time Score Total Notes
Turns Air Time
1 13 Nikola Sudová Czech Republic 30.76 12.0 4.08 5.74 21.82 Q
2 7 Eliza Outtrim United States 31.70 11.7 4.74 5.37 21.81 Q
3 3 Chloé Dufour-Lapointe Canada 31.90 12.1 4.26 5.29 21.65 Q
4 2 Justine Dufour-Lapointe Canada 31.82 11.3 4.92 5.32 21.54 Q
5 6 Yulia Galysheva Kazakhstan 30.73 10.8 4.71 5.75 21.26 Q
6 15 Regina Rakhimova Russia 31.84 10.9 4.98 5.31 21.19 Q
7 1 Hannah Kearney United States 31.54 11.6 3.92 5.43 20.95 Q
8 8 Britteny Cox Australia 30.87 10.2 4.98 5.70 20.88 Q
9 22 Aiko Uemura Japan 30.68 10.4 4.26 5.77 20.43 Q
10 10 Audrey Robichaud Canada 33.20 10.9 4.74 4.77 20.41 Q
11 5 Maxime Dufour-Lapointe Canada 31.90 10.9 4.14 5.29 20.33 Q
12 16 Deborah Scanzio Italy 29.94 9.8 4.25 6.07 20.12 Q
13 10 Heather McPhie United States 30.24 10.0 4.10 5.95 20.05
14 18 Perrine Laffont France 32.82 10.2 3.66 4.92 18.78
15 21 Nicole Parks Australia 32.05 9.3 3.84 5.23 18.37
16 28 Taylah O'Neill Australia 33.03 9.8 3.54 4.84 18.18
17 23 Marika Pertakhiya Russia 31.11 8.5 3.48 5.60 17.58
18 31 Ning Qin China 32.04 7.8 4.23 5.23 17.26
19 19 Ekaterina Stolyarova Russia 34.85 4.0 2.88 4.11 10.99
24 Arisa Murata Japan DNS

Yekaterina Stolyarova fell after the second jump, was still able to complete the distance but was ranked last.

Final 2

Q — Qualified for next Round
Bib — Bib number
DNF — Did Not Finish
DNS — Did Not Start
Rank Bib Name Country Time Score Total Notes
Turns Air Time
1 1 Hannah Kearney United States 31.18 11.3 5.06 5.57 21.93 Q
2 3 Chloé Dufour-Lapointe Canada 31.97 12.0 4.44 5.26 21.70 Q
3 2 Justine Dufour-Lapointe Canada 31.96 11.7 4.68 5.26 21.64 Q
4 8 Britteny Cox Australia 30.73 10.8 5.04 5.75 21.59 Q
5 7 Eliza Outtrim United States 31.90 11.2 5.04 5.29 21.53 Q
6 22 Aiko Uemura Japan 31.19 10.9 4.68 5.57 21.15 Q
7 6 Yulia Galysheva Kazakhstan 30.52 10.8 4.48 5.84 21.12
8 15 Regina Rakhimova Russia 31.89 11.1 4.68 5.29 21.07
9 13 Nikola Sudová Czech Republic 32.09 11.8 3.96 5.21 20.97
10 10 Audrey Robichaud Canada 33.50 10.9 4.80 4.65 20.35
11 16 Deborah Scanzio Italy 29.59 9.6 4.26 6.21 20.07
12 5 Maxime Dufour-Lapointe Canada 31.25 9.8 3.30 5.54 18.64

Final 3

Rank Bib Name Country Time Score Total Notes
Turns Air Time
1st 2 Justine Dufour-Lapointe Canada 31.56 12.1 4.92 5.42 22.44
2nd 3 Chloé Dufour-Lapointe Canada 31.71 12.1 4.20 5.36 21.66
3rd 1 Hannah Kearney United States 31.04 11.1 4.76 5.63 21.49
4 22 Aiko Uemura Japan 30.46 10.6 4.20 5.86 20.66
5 8 Britteny Cox Australia 31.19 10.2 3.66 5.57 19.43
6 7 Eliza Outtrim United States 31.49 9.9 4.02 5.45 19.37

References

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  4. ^ Qualification Results
  5. ^ Final Results
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