Here it is—the final start list for the 2010 Olympic Women’s Halfpipe finals. Just like the men’s pipe finals last ngiht, the whole US team has qualified. Torah is a favorite to win, 2006 silver medalist Gretchen Bleiler is also gunning for gold, and Kelly wants to follow Shaun’s two-time title. Who’s gonna get it? Let’s watch and find out …

1287519989HALLER UrsinaSUI
281756476RODRIGUEZ SophieFRA
337539968HIGHT ElenaUSA
4261526101NICOLL MercedesCAN
571129974LIU JiayuCHN
6151049941CRAWFORD HollyAUS
741129956SUN ZhifengCHN
861539584BLEILER GretchenUSA
9147313934TETER HannahUSA
10221499921CASTELLET QueraltESP
11121470811CLARK KellyUSA
1211049932BRIGHT TorahAUS

Women’s Olympic qualifiers are done. US riders Kelly, Hannah, and Gretchen, advance to the finals. Elena has the chance to qualify in the semis.

QUALIFIED TO FINAL
111049932BRIGHT TorahAUS8.48.08.08.48.541.39.08.89.19.49.545.845.8
2121470811CLARK KellyUSA9.19.09.09.09.345.42.42.92.82.92.613.645.4
3221499921CASTELLET QueraltESP8.88.29.39.28.844.33.84.03.94.04.219.944.3
4147313934TETER HannahUSA7.97.87.88.08.239.78.58.18.88.88.542.742.7
561539584BLEILER GretchenUSA7.26.87.47.37.936.67.68.08.38.28.140.240.2
641129956SUN ZhifengCHN7.67.67.57.97.638.28.07.78.18.18.039.939.9
QUALIFIED TO SEMIFINAL
7151049941CRAWFORD HollyAUS7.77.37.68.27.838.67.47.87.98.57.939.539.5
837539968HIGHT ElenaUSA7.07.27.27.17.235.77.57.47.77.67.737.937.9
9107305006YAMAOKA SokoJPN7.47.06.76.77.034.87.87.36.97.47.637.037.0
10261526101NICOLL MercedesCAN6.25.96.46.26.431.17.06.57.07.07.134.634.6
1181756476RODRIGUEZ SophieFRA5.86.25.36.66.230.16.56.66.87.27.434.534.5
1271129974LIU JiayuCHN5.35.55.14.95.526.36.76.96.36.56.933.333.3
13287519989HALLER UrsinaSUI5.55.75.55.36.328.36.06.26.26.86.731.931.9
14117305031NAKASHIMA ShihoJPN6.56.05.96.46.631.42.32.52.52.22.812.331.4
15161109981CONRAD SarahCAN3.32.92.72.43.114.46.66.35.65.96.831.231.2
16301419992BROWN KendallNZL2.12.62.42.22.111.46.26.15.56.05.729.529.5
1791159968PANCOCHOVA SarkaCZE3.02.83.13.03.515.45.55.85.25.85.828.128.1
18211569963SADAR CilkaSLO3.93.23.33.93.918.25.25.65.85.05.226.826.8
NOT QUALIFIED
19291429975WIIK LisaNOR5.04.84.74.54.023.05.35.45.75.54.626.526.5
20199195025THOVEX MirabelleFRA3.82.33.52.52.514.64.85.04.85.14.324.024.0
21239415013SINCLAIR RebeccaNZL2.63.42.63.32.814.75.04.74.64.84.623.723.7
2251575474BUAAS KjerstiNOR4.23.83.84.64.220.64.34.13.55.24.721.821.8
23131129975CAI XuetongCHN2.73.02.32.93.214.14.53.63.63.64.019.319.3
24271230833BRAY JulianeNZL3.23.73.63.53.817.83.13.32.93.13.115.517.8
25251393017PESKO Manuela LauraSUI2.32.62.82.32.212.23.83.24.03.53.017.517.5
26249105076TAYLOR PalmerCAN2.53.13.01.72.612.92.92.62.72.72.813.713.7
27209425005HAUG LinnNOR2.42.52.91.81.911.52.02.43.02.82.612.812.8
28171430168LIGOCKA PaulinaPOL2.81.82.02.02.310.92.01.52.62.32.711.111.1
2929305130OKADA RanaJPN1.31.51.31.51.67.20.80.50.30.50.62.77.2
30181182430McKENNA LesleyGBR1.01.01.01.11.05.11.00.10.90.70.12.85.1

Scotty Lago and Shaun White On The Today Show

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GO TEAM!

(February 17, 6:37 pm) The semifinals are a wrap and the entire US halfpipe team has made it into the finals! Peetu looks like he’s going to give Shaun a run for gold. Will he hold on? As predicted it’s a double-cork fight to the podium. Here’s your finals start list.

1. Justin Lamoreux, CAN
2. Markku Koski, FIN
3. Mathieu Crepel, FRA
4. Scotty Lago, USA
5. Greg Bretz, USA
6. Markus Malin, FIN
7. Iouri Podlatchikov, SUI
8. Louie Vito, USA
9. Kazuhiro Kokubo, JPN
10. Ryo Aono, JPN
11. Peetu Piiroinen, FIN
12. Shaun White, USA

It's an Olympic pipe after all! Shaun White blasts a backside air for the highest score of qualifiers (45.8).

It's an Olympic pipe after all! Shaun White blasts a backside air for the highest score of qualifiers (45.8).

(February 17, 4:15) The second heat of men’s Olympic qualifiers just ended. It was a much harder heat.

1. Peetu Piiroinen, 45.1
2. Kazuhiro Kokubo, 42.5
3. Iouri Podlatchikov, 41.4

They advance straight to finals. The following six riders have a second chance in the semi-finals:

4. Greg Bretz, USA
5. Markku Koski, FIN
6. Scotty Lago, USA
7. Kohei Kudo, JPN
8. Markus Malin, FIN
9. Justin Lamoreux, CAN

Gotta say that France’s  Arthur Longo got robbed, he dropped in switch for a Cab 10 on the first hit, super nice double cork, and he was going huge huge. Not sure how the judges missed that one.

The list of who is out after qualifiers in no particular order.

Arthur Longo, FRA
Christophe Schmidt, GER
Scott James, AUS
Brad Martin, CAN
Sergio Berger, SUI
Daisuke Murakami, JPN
Tore-V Holvik, NOR
Jeff Batchelor, CAN
Mitchell Brown, NZL
Wancheng Shi, CHN
James Hamilton, NZL
Janne Korpi, FIN
Ho-Jun Kim, KOR
Markus Keller, SUI
Stale Sandbech, NOR
Ruben Verges, ESP
Roger Kleivdal, NOR
Christian Haller, SUI
Dolf Van Der Wal, NED
Michael Ligocki, POL
Manuel Pietropoli, ITA

(February 17, 2:45) The first heat of men’s Olympic qualifiers just ended.

1. Shaun White, 45.8,
2. Ryo Aono, 33.2
3. Louie Vito, 41.8

They advance straight to finals. The following six riders have a second chance in the semi-finals:

4. Aluan Riciardi, FRA
5. Zeng Xiaoye, CHI
6. Mathieu Crepel, FRA
7. Ben Kilner, GBR
8. Gary Zebrowski, FRA
9. Ben Mates, AUS
Here’s a look around the stands this afternoon.
A look at the Olympic pipe in the glaring sun. The finals will be under the lights.

A look at the Olympic pipe in the glaring sun. The finals will be under the lights.

Louie Vito came up into the stands after qualifying for the finals. He was the first rider to stick back-to-back doubles at the Copper Grand Prix, and today he's the first to stomp them in an Olympic run.

Louie Vito came up into the stands after qualifying for the finals. He was the first rider to stick back-to-back doubles at the Copper Grand Prix, and today he's the first to stomp them in an Olympic run.

Louie Vito's proud pa.

Louie Vito's proud pa.

Shaun's sister and brother are cheering their hearts out in the stands—Kari and Jesse White.

Shaun's sister and brother are cheering their hearts out in the stands—Kari and Jesse White.

Scotty Lago has a posse—Flow TM Muttey and Scotty's brother.

Scotty Lago has a posse—Flow TM Mutty and Scotty's brother.

Kevin Cassillo and two-time Olympic silver medalist Danny Kass. Woo!

Kevin Cassillo and two-time Olympic silver medalist Danny Kass. Woo!

(February 17, 12:00 )Men’s halfpipe qualifications start today at 1:05 pm pacific. Semifinals at 5:15 pm, and finals are at 7:15 under the lights. (US viewers can check here for NBC airtimes) There are two qualification heats, the top three men in both heats advance to the finals. The remaining riders ranked 4th through 9th will have a second chance to advance in the semi-finals for the remaining six places in the finals. There will be two runs in the semi-finals, so technically, riders will have a total of four chances to get into finals.

Twelve men will compete in the finals, which unlike the qualifier, will be under the lights at night. They’ll get two runs and the best score wins, so if a rider crashes on their first run, they start with a blank slate on their second run.

Understand the basics of judging here: /1000116676/featuresobf/olympic-judging-explained/

Now, try your hand at judging, the start list is here: http://www.vancouver2010.com/olympic-snowboard/schedule-and-results/mens-halfpipe-qualification_sbm060900PW.html

We’ll be updating throughout the day.