Women's snowboard slopestyle final delayed by high winds Canada's Laurie Blouin, Spencer O'Brien, Brooke Voigt among 26 competitors in 2-race final Feb 11, 08:34 PM ET The start of the Olympic women's slopestyle snowboarding final, involving Canada's Laurie Blouin, Spencer O'Brien and Brooke voigt has been delayed due to high winds. The two-run competition is now estimated to begin around 9:15 p.m. ET on Sunday. © Kevin Light/CBC Sports By Gregory Strong, The Canadian Press The start of the Olympic women's slopestyle snowboarding final has been delayed due to weather conditions at windswept Phoenix Park. The two-run competition was originally set to begin at 8 p.m. ET, but organizers said a delay until at least 9:15 p.m. ET is expected. High winds forced the cancellation of the women's qualification on Sunday. Organizers decided to instead allow all competitors direct entry into the final. Laurie Blouin, the reigning world champion from Stoneham, Que., was on the 26-athlete start list along with Brooke Voigt of Fort McMurray, Alta., and Spencer O'Brien of Courtenay, B.C. Blouin took a hard fall Friday when her board got stuck in a crack after she landed a double jump. She resumed full training Sunday. Canada won two medals in the men's slopestyle competition on Sunday. Max Parrot of Bromont, Que., won silver and Regina's Mark McMorris took the bronze.