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- Double bronze for Great Britain
- Isabel Atkin wins bronze medal for GB in women's event
- Compatriot James Woods wins bronze in men's event
- Slopestyle has its roots in sports like skateboarding and BMX biking
- Competitors makes their way down a course with rails, jumps and other terrain park features
- Competitors are judged on how much air they get, the difficulty of their tricks, how well tricks are performed and their individual style
GB's Isabel Atkin will be taking part in the women's final. There is one representative in the men's final, James Woods, who is one of GB's most successful skiers. He will be up against nine others as he looks to win gold in Sierra Nevada.
Today's coverage will start with the first women's run followed by the first men's run. A short break for course preparation will follow then the second runs, another short break, and the final runs.
Qualifying runs took place on Friday to decide which athletes would make it through to the final runs today.
There will be three runs for the women and three runs for the men to decide the medalists.
Today, the final day of competition, features the women's and men's ski slopestyle finals.