On Sunday, the men's downhill races were postponed after organizers determined the bitterly cold 40-60mph winds were too much. Similarly, on Monday, the women's giant slalom was postponed for much the same reason. Now, both events are scheduled to be held on Thursday.
However, save for a brief 75-minute delay on Monday, the women's slopestyle final competition went on as planned (despite the qualifying round the day before being scrapped due to concern over conditions). And while winds were slightly less strong than they were at the skiing events, they were still a huge worry for the riders, many of whom were angry that the officials were forcing the competition to go on, citing serious safety concerns.
The wind proved a major problem for the world-class riders, considering 20 of the 25 athletes ended up falling during the opening run. Evidently the anger among them was palpable.