Olympic Freestyle Skiing 2014: Live Aerials Results, Highlights and Analysis

Adam Biggers@@AdamBiggers81Senior Analyst IIFebruary 14, 2014

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A fall kept Australia's Lydia Lassila from repeating as a gold medalist, but the spill didn't negate her great performance en route to earning a bronze at the 2014 Sochi Games. 

China's Li Nina, the No. 1-ranked aerials skier in the world, also fell. Unfortunately, that miscue cost her a medal. 

In her final Olympics, Belarus' 34-year-old veteran Alla Tsupor put on a display to remember. Flying with grace and speed, she stomped tricks that earned scores of 99.18 and won her first gold medal. 

China's Xu Mengtao took home a silver medal. 

Team USA's Emily Cook was ousted from Final Four contention after suffering a fall.

Alla Tsupor (BLR) wins gold in women's #aerials in her final #Olympics SIlver: Xu Mengtao Bronze: @LydiaLassila

— Jason Stahl (@stahl_jason) February 14, 2014

Medalists

Gold: Tsupor, Belarus

Silver: Mengtao, China

Bronze: Lassila, Australia

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