Brita Sigourney and Carly Margulies advance to women’s slopestyle skiing halfpipe final

SALT LAKE CITY – Brita Sigourney and Carly Margulies both qualified for the women’s halfpipe ski final at the 2022 Winter Olympics.

The top 12 scorers qualified for the final, which includes Brita Sigourney and Carly Margulies. Devin Logan took one place and 0.50 points off qualifying.

Brita Sigourney had a terrific first run with a score of 80.50. It was good for eighth place after all the first runs were over. Carly Margulies was in ninth place with a score of 79.00 after her first run. Devin Logan came in 13th with a score of 71.00.

The competitor takes their best score from their races during the final classification qualification to see if they qualify for the final. Sigourney improved on her second run, posting an 84.50 score.

Margulies also improved on her first run by scoring 82.25 on her second run. Logan clocked a 62.00 in his second run.

Sigourney is originally from California and currently resides in Park City, Utah. This is her third Winter Olympics, having competed at the 2014 and 2018 Games. She has already won a bronze medal.

Logan is originally from West Dover, Vermont but currently lives in Park City, Utah after attending Westminster College. This is her third Winter Olympics, having competed at the 2014 and 2018 Games. She has already won a silver medal.

Margulies is from Mammoth Lakes, California. She attended Westminster College. These are his first Winter Olympics.

Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics

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