Jamie Anderson wins her second Olympic gold in women's snowboard slopestyle

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The final runs for the Women's Slopestyle snowboarding discipline will take place on Sunday, Feb. 11.

You can catch these events live, and you won't have to wake up early or stay up late to do so. The events kick off at 8:00 p.m ET. But that doesn't mean tonight's slopestyle final is getting pushed back. Winds affected the men's final and after delaying the women's qualifying competition for 40 minutes, organizers made a decision to cancel that portion of the competition altogether and send each competitor to the final rather than postpone or condense the qualification round.

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The results round will take place on Sunday, Feb. 11, so mark your calendars if you'd like to see who makes it onto the podium. Anderson is an Olympics veteran and a 2014 Sochi gold medalist in the slopestyle discipline.

American Jamie Anderson won her second consecutive Olympic gold in slopestyle snowboarding and the United States' second in two days Monday, braving perilous conditions at Phoenix Snow Park that sent scores of her competitors crashing their runs.

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The 27-year-old's biggest competition will come from teammates Julia Marino, 20, and Hailey Langland, at 17, a full decade younger than Anderson.

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