Anderson wins second Olympic slopestyle gold in dangerous conditions
Jamie Anderson won women’s slopestyle final to retain her Olympic title in some of the most “dangerous” conditions imaginable.
Howling winds made all riders fall at least once during their runs at the women’s slopestyle Winter Olympic final.
Canada’s Laurie Blouin won the silver medal, while Enni Rukajarvi from Finland took home the bronze.
The event involves snowboarders performing tricks on a series of man-made jumps, rails and boxes, as a panel of judges score each run.