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Jamie Anderson, United States
Sitting in fifth place before her second run, Jamie Anderson had to come from behind in order to claim the gold medal.
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Enni Rukajarvi, Finland
Rukajarvi was the first rider to post a score in the nineties, earning a 92.50 on her second run and briefly grabbing the lead. She was surpassed by Anderson but held on to win the silver. On Friday, Rukajarvi was Finland's flag bearer at the Opening Ceremony.
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Jenny Jones, Great Britain
Jenny Jones is the first athlete from Great Britain to ever win a medal at the Winter Olympics, earning the bronze in slopestyle.
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Sina Candrian, Switzerland
Having failed to qualify in Thursday's opening round, Sina Candrian had to advance through Sunday morning's semifinal in order to even make the final. During the final, she became the first woman to land a frontside 1080 in a slopestyle competition.
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Sarka Pancochova, Czech Republic
Sarka Pancochova held the lead after the first set of runs from all the competitors. She took a hard crash on her second run that caused her helmet to crack, but fortunately she was able to get up and ride down the course.
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