Canada's Dara Howell won't defend gold medal after missing women's ski slopestyle final Whistler, B.C's Yuki Tsubota advances, Sochi bronze medallist Kim Lamarre does not Feb 16, 09:59 PM ET Canada's Dara Howell won't defend her Olympic title in the women's ski slopestyle competition after a 21st-place finish in qualifications. © Cameron Spencer/Getty Images By CBC Sports There will be a new champion in the women's ski slopestyle event. Canada's Dara Howell, the reigning Olympic champion, was unable to land the final jump on her second run and finished 21st with a score of 32.00. The top 12 move on to the final. VIDEO | Howell loses ski to finish 21st Former Olympic gold medallist Dara Howell failed to qualify for the ladies' slopestyle final after losing her ski on the second run. Howell crashed on her first run, finishing 21st overall. Whistler, B.C.'s Yuki Tsubota did make the final as her second-run score of 78.20 put her through in ninth place. Download the CBC Olympics app for iOS to watch free streams of every event Download the CBC Olympics app for Android to watch free streams of every event Sochi bronze medallist Kim Lamarre of Lac-Beauport, Que., was 22nd with a score of 23.60. She failed to advance after a pair of falls on her final jump of each qualification run. VIDEO | Kim Lamarre crashes to miss the women's slopestyle finals Canadian Kim Lamarre crashes on her second run of the Ladies' Ski Slopestyle qualifying round. Lamarre finished the event in 22nd. Lamarre won a Bronze medal in Sochi in 2014.