The 2018 Winter Olympic Games Have Begun!
see schedule for Snowboarding events
- Feb 09, 20:00 - Feb 10, 00:30 EST - Men's Slopestyle Qualifications
- Feb 10, 20:00 - 21:45 EST - Men's Slopestyle Finals
- Feb 10, 23:30 - Feb 11, 01:35 EST - Women's Slopestyle Qualifications
- Feb 11, 20:00 - 21:45 EST - Women's Slopestyle Finals
- Feb 11, 23:30 - Feb 12, 01:00 EST - Women's Halfpipe Qualifications
- Feb 12, 20:00 - 21:40 EST - Women's Halfpipe Finals
- Feb 12, 23:00 - Feb 13, 00:50 EST - Men's Halfpipe Qualifications
- Feb 13, 20:30 - 22:10 EST - Men's Halfpipe Finals
- Feb 14, 21:00 - 22:35 EST - Men's Snowboard Cross Seeding Round
- Feb 14, 23:30 - Feb 15, 01:00 EST - Men's Snowboard Cross Finals
- Feb 15, 20:00 - 21:25 EST - Women's Snowboard Cross Seeding Round
- Feb 15, 22:15 - 23:15 EST - Women's Snowboard Cross Finals
- Feb 18, 19:30 - 22:25 EST - Women's Big Air Qualifications
- Feb 20, 19:30 - 22:45 EST - Men's Big Air Qualifications
- Feb 21, 22:00 - 23:50 EST - Women's and Men's Parallel Giant Slalom Qualifications
- Feb 22, 19:30 - 21:15 EST - Women's Big Air Finals
- Feb 23, 20:00 - 21:45 EST - Men's Big Air Finals
Medal Predictions for 2018 Winter Olympic Games - Snowboarding
Though the United States hosted snowboarding national championships in 1982 and world championships in 1983, the popular snowsport didn’t make its Olympics debut until 1998. Since then, snowboarding events have expanded to feature snowboard cross and slopestyle, in addition to the standard half-pipe and slalom events. The United States tops the all-time medal table with 24 total.
All-time Top Nations in Snowboarding
All-time Top Male Athletes in Snowboarding
|Shaun White||United States||2||0||0||2|
|Seth Wescott||United States||2||0||0||2|
All-time Top Female Athletes in Snowboarding
|Hannah Teter||United States||1||1||0||2|
|Kelly Clark||United States||1||0||2||3|
Parallel Giant Slalom
Two riders race side-by-side down parallel courses, with the faster rider advancing to the next round. This head-to-head competition features a round of 16 followed by quarterfinals, semifinals and medal finals.
All-time Top Nations in Parallel Giant Slalom
Riders soar off the 22-foot walls of this U-shaped pipe, performing tricks in the air. Winners are determined by a team of six judges, who give a score between 1 and 100 after taking the following factors into consideration: height, technical difficulty of tricks, variety, smooth execution and progression (how tricks are linked together).
All-time Top Nations in Halfpipe
Added to the Olympic program in 2014, the slopestyle event features snowboarders performing tricks on jumps and rails as they make their way down a course. Riders are judged by a team of nine, with three judges scoring based on overall impression and the remaining six evaluating individual tricks.
All-time Top Nations in Slopestyle
Heavily inspired by motocross, this sport features a maximum of six snowboarders racing on a downhill course, which features jumps and sharp turns. Intentional contact between riders is prohibited and grounds for disqualification.
All-time Top Nations in Snowboard Cross