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Snowboarding at the 2002 Salt Lake City Winter Games:

Women's Halfpipe

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Host City: Salt Lake City, United States
Venue(s): Park City Mountain Resort, Park City, Utah
Date Started: February 10, 2002
Date Finished: February 10, 2002

Gold: USA Kelly Clark
Silver: FRA Doriane Vidal
Bronze: SUI Fabienne Reuteler


The format was changed slightly from 1998. As in 1998, there were two runs in both the qualifying and the final, but this time only the best score of the two runs in the final counted for the final placement. In the qualifying, the best six finishers from each run advanced to the final, where 12 competed. In the first round of qualifying, [Kelly Clark] (USA), the youngest competitor in the event at 18, posted the highest score, with defending champion, [Nicola Thost] (GER), placing fourth to also advance. The second qualifying run was led by [Fabienne Reuteler] (SUI) with the 1998 bronze medalist, [Shannon Dunn-Downing] (USA), in second. France’s [Doriane Vidal] posted the highest score in the first run of the final, with 43.0, followed by Clark with 40.8. But Clark’s second run score of 47.9 easily won her the gold medal, with Vidal taking silver, and the bronze going to Reuteler.

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Final Standings

Rank Athlete Age Team NOC Medal
1 Kelly Clark 18 United States USA Gold
2 Doriane Vidal 25 France FRA Silver
3 Fabienne Reuteler 22 Switzerland SUI Bronze
4 Kjersti Buaas 20 Norway NOR
5 Shannon Dunn 29 United States USA
6 Tricia Byrnes 27 United States USA
7 Nicola Pederzolli 27 Austria AUT
8 Yoko Miyake 28 Japan JPN
9 Minna Hesso 25 Finland FIN
10 Lisa Wiik 22 Norway NOR
11 Nicola Thost 24 Germany GER
12 Michiyo Hashimoto 29 Japan JPN
13 Stine Brun Kjeldaas 26 Norway NOR
14 Sabine Wehr-Hasler 34 Germany GER
15 Natasza Zurek 23 Canada CAN
16 Alessandra Pescosta 28 Italy ITA
17 Lesley McKenna 27 Great Britain GBR
18 Kirsi Rautava 23 Finland FIN
19 Sari Grönholm 21 Finland FIN
20 Yuri Yoshikawa 30 Japan JPN
21 Janet Jonsson 24 Sweden SWE
22 Nagako Mori 26 Japan JPN
23 Anna Hellman 23 Sweden SWE