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After many skiers and snowboarders forced a meeting with Sochi officials, it’s been agreed that changes will be made to the Slopestyle course.
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It has all come a little too late for the Norwegian snowboarder, Torstein Horgmo, who broke a collarbone in practise.

It’s not certain if it was the course, or the trick he was attempting, that was to blame for his accident.

Team GB’s Billy Morgan is quoted as saying, “It's been a bit scary getting used to hitting the jumps”; Billy was one of the competitors asking for course changes. In his opinion, the jump’s take offs “weren't raked properly” and the hope is that they will be smoother for the next practise session.

Three times x-games gold medallist Jenny Jones also raised concerns saying, “a number of competitors were far from happy.”

A FIS technical delegate said, "It is common practise for courses to be altered after a first practise session, and with a few tweaks, the course should be in top condition for next weeks event."

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