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Maybe the picture that summed up slopestyle the best for us, it's all love at the top. Photo:Nick Atkins/Scene Images

The Olympics decision to finally include slopestyle looks like it paid off, no one can deny it was a success, especially for Britain as a quick sweep of today's mainstream media outlets will confirm.

But what did you - the Whitelines readers - think? In true BBC form we've collected a few of your choice comments from Facebook and have put them up here.

Let us know what you think about, erm, what you think?

[part title="The Semi-Finals"]

Snowboard slopestyle is introduced to the world and they love it! Even Clare Balding gives it a bit of love, though she still has a few comments on baggy trousers... Though some of readers hadn't quite grasped the 'street' aspect of sloestyle:

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Billy Morgan kicked off Sochi 2014 with a mind-blowing run, only to put down the first Olympic triple in his second, AND THEN Jamie Nicholls stomed his first ever cab 1440. You were rightly impressed.

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Aimee Fuller and Jenny Jones didn't put down runs that caught the public's imaginations in the semis, but just the fact that they were there was pretty impressive.

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However, some people missed the focus of the event...

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But anyway, at least they all got invited to meet Princess Anne:

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Nothing gets the internet going quite like a controversial decision, luckily the men's semi finals was packed full of it, James Pittendreigh saw the future:

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Whilst others had some interesting thoughts to share on the process:

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But mostly, people seemed to be happy, thank god!

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Or not...

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And finally, we have no idea what this guy was on about...

Robbie Harding

[part title="The Men's Finals"]

The finals were unaguably amazing to watch, with Sage Kotsenburg eventually taking the win.

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Some expressed themselves more eloquently than others:

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But some were still a little off topic, nothing wrong with that though.

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Though some people still weren't stoked on the judges:

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So many people were hyped on how well Billy and Jamie had done, and rightly so!

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Whilst Ben Doige summed our thoughts perfectly:

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Gareth Jones deserves a mention too for his great spot on a picture of Jamie:

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[part title="The Commentary"]

The commentary provided by Ed Leigh, Tim Warwood - and latterly Aimee Fuller - gave the whole internet plenty to talk about, but luckily on Whitelines it was mostly positive:

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But there's no pleasing some people.

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After trying our best to live blog the slopestyle we can 100% get behind the fact that commentary is damn hard!

[part title="The Women's Finals"]

Jenny Jones' bronze medal was undoubtedly the moment of the games so far that caught the attentions and keyboards of our Facebook 'fans,' one guy even made a Lego montage of the final!

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Thanks @steelermatt12!

After Ed Leigh's live breakdown, tears were the theme of the day:

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Again, the early morning start wasn't an issue for the true fans.

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Ieuan Jehu made a great point, Jenny may have achieved more than just a medal leading up to these games

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But Becky Gibson wins best comments for me, really keen on that vodka!

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