Maddie Bowman and David Wise are the first halfpipe skiers to qualify for a U.S. Olympic Team.
Bowman and Wise won the third of five Olympic selection events in Breckenridge, Colo., on Sunday. Combined with past Olympic selection event results, they mathematically clinched berths in Sochi.
Ski halfpipe is making its Olympic debut this year.
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Bowman, 20, is the reigning Winter X Games champion and a gold-medal contender.
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Wise, 23, is the two-time reigning Winter X Games champion and reigning world champion. He lives in Reno, Nev., and is married with a daughter.
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The fourth and fifth Olympic selection events will both be in Park City, Utah, this week, concluding next Sunday.
Up to three halfpipe skiers per gender with at least two top-three results in Olympic selection events will clinch Olympic berths. If there are more than three, they go into tiebreaker rankings.
Here are the Olympic selection tiebreaker rankings, only counting those with at least one top-three result, in ski halfpipe through three of five events:
Men’s Ski Halfpipe1. David Wise — 200 (clinched Olympic berth)2. Aaron Blunck — 180 (has two top-three results)3. Simon Dumont — 1404. Gus Kenworthy — 120
Women’s Ski Halfpipe1. Maddie Bowman — 200 (clinched Olympic berth)2. Brita Sigourney — 180 (has two top-three results)3. Angeli VanLaanen — 130