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It was dangerous and disappointing that the women’s slopestyle final was marred by high winds

Riders were upset they didn’t get the chance to shine on event’s biggest stage. The snowboarders competing in the women’s slopestyle finals made history on Sunday, but it wasn’t the kind any athlete would be psyched about. Battling 30mph gusts of wind and temperatures low enough to safely keep Captain America in his deep freeze, riders crashed more often than they completed runs.
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