slopestyle


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slope·style

 (slōp′stīl′)
n.
An athletic event in which skiers or snowboarders descend a series of ramps and other obstacles which they use in the execution of jumps and other maneuvers.
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Team GB won five medals last month at the Pyeongchang Games in South Korea, three in the skeleton, including Lizzy Yarnold's gold, and one apiece in the ski slopestyle and snowboard Big Air.
The highly accomplished and outspoken freestyle skier had a disappointing performance in Pyeongchang, finishing 12th in the slopestyle.
We were also agonisingly close in the men's slopestyle and women's curling, with more athletes than ever before in the medal zone or just outside of it," Nicholl said.
Red Gerard, who captured the first gold medal for the United States in Pyeongchang in the slopestyle event two weeks ago, finished fifth.
Woods finished fourth in the men's ski slopestyle, just 1.
James Woods of Great Britain competes during the Freestyle Skiing Men's Ski Slopestyle final
The women's efforts at the Pyeongchang Olympic Sliding Centre took Britain's medal count yesterday to three, following Izzy Atkin's ski slopestyle bronze.
FREESTYLE skier James Woods was left anything but stoked after just missing out on a slopestyle medal.
First, teenager Izzy Atkin, the youngest member of the team, won Britain's first-ever skiing medal with a slopestyle bronze.
Norway have won the Men's Cross-Country Relay and Slopestyle to overtake Germany at the top of the medal table.
First, teenager Izzy Atkin, the youngest member of the team, won Britain's first ever skiing medal with a slopestyle bronze.
Born and raised in the States but competing for Team GB thanks to her Brummie dad, 19-year-old Atkin bagged herself bronze yesterday after a nerveless slopestyle performance.