Austria's Anna Gasser was first in qualifying with 98.00 points in her second run, followed up by Japan's Yuka Fujimori (94.25) and Reira Iwabuchi (92.75).
"Of course she would be proud of having a Canadian in first place but she would also be so proud of the level of this competition". "I really wanted it and I don't think I realized that until I dropped in on my final run and thought 'I REALLY want this.' I don't think it's sunk in yet". "She was the pioneer for us to be in the Olympics and for us to be a part of all of it so definitely, she's always on our minds, she's always with us". But, she still wasn't done. So I'm just yelling at myself to 'Just do it.
Brita Sigourney of the United States placed third, with a score of 91.6, which she posted on her third run. Her most recent gold came at the 2018 X-Games in superpipe, it was the 10th X-Games appearance in Bowman's impressive career.
She showed that Olympic pressure hadn't changed that during qualifying the day before, when she soared high over the field, setting the tone for the entire competition. Sharpe ended up sitting down halfway through the run.
She didn't do what she and her coach discussed. She said the overall level of performance had been excellent. Now, she'll have Olympic hardware to bring back to the community. "Her parents started her on skis on her second birthday on a small slope behind Sierra-at-Tahoe's lodge, the mountain that she now represents". "I know she's passionate about that".
Sigourney, 28, laid down a pair of identical 90.60 scores on her two runs.
"Helloooo", she said, with a big grin, leaning and sweeping across all the tape recorders in front of her.
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In her second venture down the halfpipe, the 25-year-old added a half-rotation at the end for a 1080 tailgrab.
Sharpe is deeply competitive in a way that can only be honed from a young age growing up with and trying to outdo two brothers.
US skier Brita Sigourney demonstrated impressive amplitude and consistency throughout the contest and landed three solid runs.
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Sharpe knew she won gold before even skiing her third run.
"I'm so grateful for them", she said.