But on another note, it's really not a skiing career that is being advanced when women try to use their bodies to get ahead but rather a body-marketing career. If a chick actually is good at a sport, she will be known for it. (It's not very hard to be a decent female freeskier either.)
If a girl is doing better/harder tricks in competition, she is going to win. The judges aren't just going to say "Hey, this girl is prettier than the others. Even though she was absolute butt on all the features while this other chick was tossing doubles, she wins."
Look at Kelly Sildaru. As a kid, I'm pretty sure that she isn't concerned about her appearance; her talent isn't judged on her looks. Her career is based solely on skiing, and because she concentrates her energy ON skiing, she is a great skier.
TL;DR if you're a girl, you're hot, but you're a pussy, go into modelling itself and not skiing. You're not doing women's freeskiing any favours by being a hot, shitty skier. Market yourself for your skiing and not your appearance and maybe people will stop turning off the TV as soon an men's slopestyle is over.