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Snowboarding at the 2014 Sochi Winter Games:

Women's Parallel Slalom

Snowboarding at the 2014 Winter Games:


Host City: Sochi, Russia
Venue(s): Rosa Khutor Extreme Park, Krasnaya Polyana; Rosa Khutor Extreme Park, Krasnaya Polyana
Date Started: February 22, 2014
Date Finished: February 22, 2014

Gold: AUT Julia Dujmovits
Silver: GER Anke Karstens
Bronze: GER Amelie Kober


The parallel special slalom was a new addition to the Winter Olympic Program, although it had been contested at the World Championships since 1996. Russia was looking for medals in the event, led by 2013 World Champion [Yekaterina Tudegesheva] and the bronze medalist in the parallel giant slalom (PGS), [Alyona Zavarzina], but the three Russian riders, including [Nataliya Soboleva], all went out in the 1/8th-finals. The pre-race favorite was Switzerland’s [Patrizia Kummer], who had already won the PGS, but she too failed to make the quarters.

The final came down to Austrian [Julia Dujmovits] against German [Anke Karstens]. Karstens won the first run but Dujmovits came back to give Austria its first snowboarding gold medal at the Olympics. In the bronze medal race, [Amelie Kober] repeated her finish at the 2013 World Championships to put two Germans on the podium, defeating Italian [Corinna Boccacini].

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Final Standings

Rank Athlete Age Team NOC Medal
1 Julia Dujmovits 26 Austria AUT Gold
2 Anke Karstens 28 Germany GER Silver
3 Amelie Kober 26 Germany GER Bronze
4 Corinna Boccacini 28 Italy ITA
5 Marion Kreiner 32 Austria AUT
6 Ester Ledecká 18 Czech Republic CZE
7 Julie Zogg 21 Switzerland SUI
8 Ina Meschik 23 Austria AUT
9 Patrizia Kummer 26 Switzerland SUI
10 Isabella Laböck 27 Germany GER
11 Selina Jörg 26 Germany GER
12 Claudia Riegler 40 Austria AUT
13 Alyona Zavarzina 24 Russia RUS
14 Tomoka Takeuchi 30 Japan JPN
15 Nataliya Soboleva 18 Russia RUS
16 Yekaterina Tudegesheva 26 Russia RUS
17 Ariane Lavigne 29 Canada CAN
18 Stefanie Müller 21 Switzerland SUI
19 Michelle Dekker 17 Netherlands NED
20 Nicolien Sauerbreij 34 Netherlands NED
21 Annamari Chundak 23 Ukraine UKR
22 Nadya Ochner 20 Italy ITA
23 Glorija Kotnik 24 Slovenia SLO
24 Ladina Jenny 20 Switzerland SUI
25 Karolina Sztokfisz 24 Poland POL
26 Caroline Calvé 35 Canada CAN
27 Marianne Leeson 26 Canada CAN
28 Hilde Engeli 25 Norway NOR
29 Yekaterina Ilyukhina 26 Russia RUS
30 Aleksandra Król 23 Poland POL
31 Nina Micić 23 Serbia SRB
32 Valeriya Tsoy 25 Kazakhstan KAZ