Team Alberta has won two halfpipe snowboarding gold medals at the 2018 Canada Winter Games on Friday. Even though Red Deer is the official host city of the Canada Winter Games, the halfpipe at Canada Olympic Park in Calgary, Alberta was used for the competition.
In male halfpipe snowboarding, Liam Gill of Calgary, Alberta won the gold medal. Gill posted a winning score of 94 points. Liam Brearley of Gravenhust, Ontario won the silver medal with 85.8 points. Jadyn Chomlack of Pemberton, British Columbia won the bronze medal with 75.6 points.
In the female halfpipe snowboarding, the gold medalist was Kamilla Kozuback of Calgary, Alberta. Kozuback had a winning score of 90 points. Maggie Crompton of Whistler, British Columbia won the silver medal with 77 points, and Kianah Hyatt-Sikora of Calgary, Alberta won the bronze medal with 67.6 points. This was the second medal for Hyatt-Sikora as she also won the gold medal in slopestyle female snowboarding on February 28.
In other results, Quebec won gold in the archery team compound competition and gold in the archery team recurve competition. In judo, Quebec won the male team competition and Alberta won gold in female team competition. Quebec currently leads the overall medal standings with 141 medals. They have won 64 gold medals, 37 silver medal medals and 40 bronze medals. Ontario is second in the overall medal standings with 100 medals, followed by Alberta at 93 medals.