Winter X Games 2012 Medals

Skiing

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SKIING

Skiing


Big Air - 10 Skiers

The 300 foot Big Air course was made up of a single 80-foot step-up jump. 10 skiers each attempted a single trick off the feature in a 15-minute jam session format. Finalists were judged on aggressive execution of maneuvers, degree of difficulty, variety of tricks, originality and style.




Mono Skier X - 11 Skiers

Mono Skier X takes place on the same course as Skier X. This discipline is open to disabled or adaptive athletes. The adaptive skiers race over a course of tabletop jumps, banked turns, rollers and gaps using a sit ski. Athletes use hand outriggers for balance while racing. The Final is a single heat of four athletes, where the first racer to cross the finish line takes gold.




Skier X - 28 Men, 16 Women

The X Course was approximately 4,060 feet long with an elevation of 8,700 feet and vertical drop of 690 feet. The X Course includes banked turns, gap jumps, berms, flat and steep sections and ends with a 65-foot jump. Athletes started simultaneously from a starting gate positioned on an incline and race side-by-side to the finish line. In the Final, the first racer in the single six-person heat to cross the finish line took gold.

Men’s Skier X



Women’s Skier X




Slopestyle - 16 Men, 10 Women

The Slopestyle course was approximately 1,600 feet long with six features and a vertical drop of 280 feet. Skiers attempted multiple tricks throughout their run on specially designed jumps, rails, boxes and other obstacles. Skiing Slopestyle is judged on creativity, trick completion and style. The competitors were ranked based on the best score of their three runs.

Men’s Slopestyle



Women’s Slopestyle




SuperPipe

The SuperPipe course consisted of a large halfpipe structure with vertical walls. The course was 567 feet long and 66 feet wide, with 22-foot walls. In the Final for both Men’s and Women’s events, each skier took three runs, and the skier with the single best score won. Snowboard SuperPipe is judged on amplitude, execution, difficulty, landings and use of the course.

Men’s SuperPipe



Women’s SuperPipe

Snowboarding

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SNOWBOARDING

Snowboarding Medal Winners


Big Air

The 300 foot Big Air course was made up of a single 80-foot step-up jump. 10 snowboarders each attempted a single trick off the feature in a 15-minute jam session format. Finalists were judged on aggressive execution of maneuvers, degree of difficulty, variety of tricks, originality and style.

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Real Snow

XGames.com/realsnow hosted the videos of eight of snowboarders competing for medals. All videos aired during the Winter X Games telecast. Videos were judged on level of skill and creativity.




Slopestyle – 16 Men, 10 Women

The Slopestyle course was 1,600 feet long with six features and a vertical drop of 280-feet. Snowboarders attempted multiple tricks throughout their run on specially designed jumps, rails, boxes and other obstacles. Snowboard Slopestyle was judged on creativity, trick completion and style in a best-of-three-runs format.

Men’s Slopestyle

gold medal winner

Women’s Slopestyle




Snowboarder X – 28 Men, 16 Women

The X Course was 4,060 feet long with an elevation of 8,700 feet and vertical drop of 690 feet. The X Course included banked turns, gap jumps, berms, flat and steep sections and ends with a 65-foot jump. Athletes started simultaneously from a starting gate positioned on an incline and race side-by-side to the finish line. The top three from each Semifinal heat advanced to the final, where the first racer in the single six-person heat to cross the finish line took gold.

Men’s Snowboarder X



Women’s Snowboarder X




Street – 10 Riders

The Snowboard Street contest allowed athletes to put their skills to the test on urban-inspired terrain features in a 15 minute jam session format. Athletes were scored immediately after each run and judged on aggressive execution of maneuvers, degree of difficulty of maneuvers, variety of maneuvers, originality and style.




Snowboard SuperPipe – 16 Men, 8 Women

The SuperPipe course consisted of a large halfpipe structure with vertical walls. The course was 567 feet long and 66 feet wide, with 22-foot walls. In the Final for both Men’s and Women’s events, each snowboarder took three runs and the rider with the single best score won. Snowboard SuperPipe is judged on amplitude, execution, difficulty, landings and use of the course.

Men’s SuperPipe



Women’s SuperPipe

Snowmobiling

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SNOWMOBILING

Snowmobiling Medals


Best Trick – Eight Riders

The Best Trick course consisted of metal take-off ramps to snow landings. Riders hit a single jump to attempt freestyle tricks, such as body varials, backflips and combo tricks using 500-pound snowmobiles.  Snowmobile Best Trick is judged on the overall difficulty and execution of their trick. Eight riders took two runs, with the greater score being their final score.

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Freestyle - Eight Riders

The Snowmobile Freestyle course consists of varied snow jumps and metal ramps of varying lengths and angles for riders to execute multiple tricks throughout their run. Riders had two 75-second runs to attempt tricks and variations on jumps ranging from 65 to more than 100 feet long. Snowmobile Freestyle is judged on overall impression of trick execution, degree of difficulty, use of course, originality and style.

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