We're set for the start of the finals of the women's snowboard slopestyle competition. Americans Karly Shorr and Jamie Anderson are among the 12 finalists; Shorr goes sixth and Anderson 12th.
Silje Norendal of Norway gets things started with a score of 49.50; that's not going to be nearly good enough and she'll hope for a better second run.
Switzerland's Sina Candrian posts a 77.25 to take the early lead.
Sarka Pancochova of Czech Republic tops that with an 86.25 to take over first place.
Karly Shorr of the U.S. up now, after Finland's Enni Rukajarvi posts a 73.75 score to land in third.
And the 19-year-old Californian falls on her third jump, earning a score of 39.
Three more competitors before Jamie Anderson gets her shot in the first run.
2010 halfpipe gold medalist Torah Bright of Australia touches down on her first jump, keeps going, settles for a 64.75. Now it's Jamie Anderson of the U.S.
After a 93.5 in her qualification run, Jamie Anderson slips on her final jump but still manages an 80.75 to climb into second place.
Two more to go in the first run, and the medal positions are currently held by Pancochova, Anderson and Candrian.
Top qualifier Anna Gasser on the course now....
Doesn't quite land her second jump and earns just a 49. That completes the first run.
Quotes from Bode Miller below....
Odd remarks from a guy who clearly looked disappointed at the end of his run, but then... that's Bode.