Olympics Snowboarding Women's Big Air Final live stream, start time, TV channel


The 27-year-old gold medalist in snowboard slopestyle here and four years earlier in Sochi on Thursday added silver medal in big air.

With a forecast of gusty winds, the Olympic organizers moved the Women's Snowboard Big Air medal runs up one day, and a South Lake Tahoe resident is walking away with a medal in the first ever Big Air event at the Olympics.

Big air has made its debut in Pyeongchang so world champion Gasser is now the inaugural Olympic champion too.

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Gasser was extremely consistent throughout the competition. In this year's X-Games, American Jamie Anderson took home the bronze medal. Gasser landed a switch cab double cork 1080 and earned a score of 96, which was good enough to overtake Anderson.

Heading into her final run, Gasser was sitting in second place, just a few points behind US rider Jamie Anderson.

Anderson was the sixth-best qualifier after the judges gave her a 90.00 overall score on her second jump. Julia Marino was ninth in qualifying, and Jessika Jenson claimed the last spot in the final after edging Australian Jessica Rich by two points for 12th place. Her almost flawless qualifying jump won't count for anything Wednesday night.

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The two best scores of three runs were combined for the final total with Gasser totalling 185.00 and Anderson on 177.25.

For those reasons, Gasser gets the nod to collect her first Olympic gold medal.

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