Olympic results: Women's snowboard slopestyle final


Jamie Anderson celebrates winning gold in women's snowboard slopestyle at the Olympic Winter Games PyeongChang 2018 on February 12, 2018 in PyeongChang, South Korea.

It was enough to hold off Canada's Laurie Blouin, who took silver with 76.33 on her second run, and Finland's Enni Rukajarvi, who added bronze to her silver from Sochi four years ago, with 75.38 points. The circumstances cut the typical two-run qualifying format and three-run final down to a two-run final with all competitors riding. She proved triumphant after 17-year-old Red Gerard won gold for the Americans in the men's slopestyle.

Paul Pierce Gets No. 34 Retired By Celtics
James gave Cavs fans a scare when he left the game after suffering an apparent right leg injury late in the first quarter. Kyrie Irving is averaging 24.7 points and five assists while Jaylen Brown is averaging 14.3 points and 5.3 rebounds.

The qualifying round for the women's slopestyle discipline, which was scheduled to take place on Saturday, was cancelled due to high winds.

According to Paul Carr of ESPN Stats and Info, Anderson became the first woman to win two Olympic gold medals in snowboarding.

Envoy: Malaysia not affected by Trump's aid threat over anti-Israel move
He described his December 6 declaration recognizing Jerusalem as Israel's capital as the high point of his time in office so far. Morales was honored during the meal, attended by about 200 people, for his decision to recognize Jerusalem as Israel's capital.

On Monday, Anderson finished in first with 83.00 points. The majority of athletes experienced at least one fall per run, including Anderson on her second. "Almost all of the women in the field have crashed on account of the exceedingly windy conditions". She washed out in her second run with the gold medal already wrapped up.

Neither Jenson nor Norendal was able to complete a clean second run despite the fact each had a strong showing in the first.

NBC apologizes to Koreans for Japan comment
It didn't take long before an online petition was started, which was signed by 12,500 people by Sunday evening. Ramo made the comment after noting that Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe was in attendance.

Anderson headed back to the top to see if anyone could catch her.