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Freestyle skiing at the 2006 Winter Olympics – Women's aerials

Women's aerials
at the XX Olympic Winter Games

Pictogram for freestyle skiing
Venue Sauze d'Oulx
Dates February 21–22
Competitors 23 from 9 nations
Medalists
Gold medal    Switzerland
Silver medal    China
Bronze medal    Australia
Freestyle skiing at the
2006 Winter Olympics
Moguls   men   women
Aerials men women

The Women's aerials event in freestyle skiing at the 2006 Winter Olympics in Turin, Italy began on February 21 and concluded on February 22 at Sauze d'Oulx.

Contents

  • Results 1
    • Qualification 1.1
    • Final 1.2
  • References 2

Results

Qualification

The qualification round took place on February 21, with 23 skiers competing. The top 12 advanced to the final.[1]

Rank Name Country Jump 1 Jump 2 Total Notes
1 Jacqui Cooper Australia 113.80 99.56 213.36 Q
2 Guo Xinxin China 105.45 99.42 204.87 Q
3 Li Nina China 98.87 90.06 188.93 Q
4 Evelyne Leu Switzerland 83.60 96.77 180.37 Q
5 Veronika Bauer Canada 94.29 82.37 176.66 Q
6 Anna Zukal Russia 88.35 83.89 172.24 Q
7 Xu Nannan China 80.72 91.29 172.01 Q
8 Alla Tsuper Belarus 88.83 80.16 168.99 Q
9 Manuela Mueller Switzerland 95.88 72.43 168.31 Q
10 Alisa Camplin Australia 69.97 95.35 165.32 Q
11 Oly Slivets Belarus 88.72 74.48 163.20 Q
12 Wang Jiao China 71.55 88.67 160.22 Q
13 Olha Volkova Ukraine 86.01 74.02 160.03
14 Lydia Ierodiaconou Australia 101.52 53.93 155.45
15 Amber Peterson Canada 80.64 72.43 153.07
16 Jana Lindsey United States 79.38 70.85 150.23
17 Olga Koroleva Russia 76.75 71.75 148.40
18 Tatiana Kozachenko Ukraine 69.44 78.07 147.51
19 Emily Cook United States 60.32 84.10 144.42
20 Nadiya Didenko Ukraine 80.16 56.75 136.91
21 Kayo Henmi Japan 57.48 71.92 129.40
22 Deidra Dionne Canada 69.79 58.51 128.30
23 Elizabeth Gardner Australia 65.56 61.86 127.42

Final

The final took place on the evening of February 22. Evelyne Leu was 5th after her first jump, but on her second she earned the highest score of the final round, a 107.93, to win the gold medal.[1]

Rank Athlete Jump 1 Jump 2 Total
 Evelyne Leu (SUI) 94.62 107.93 202.55
 Li Nina (CHN) 100.81 96.58 197.39
 Alisa Camplin (AUS) 94.99 96.40 191.39
4  Xu Nannan (CHN) 98.70 92.53 191.23
5  Oly Slivets (BLR) 87.50 90.25 177.75
6  Guo Xinxin (CHN) 103.17 71.68 174.85
7  Manuela Mueller (SUI) 73.49 85.65 159.14
8  Jacqui Cooper (AUS) 78.97 73.72 152.69
9  Anna Zukal (RUS) 81.90 70.14 152.04
10  Alla Tsuper (BLR) 53.58 84.26 137.84
11  Wang Jiao (CHN) 61.51 71.02 132.53
12  Veronika Bauer (CAN) 67.32 58.33 125.65

References

  1. ^ a b "Torino 2006 Official Report - Freestyle Skiing". Torino Organizing Committee. LA84 Foundation. March 2009. Retrieved Jun 7, 2009. 
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