Vice had this article up yesterday.
"According to Gizmodo, eight different teams built robots to compete in the unofficial Olympics challenge, aptly called the Ski Robot Challenge. Each team was tasked to build a two-legged robot at least 20 inches tall with a built-in power source and then send it on down a slope to slalom around some flags. There doesn't appear to be any rule about making the robots look like that 1980s Casanova bot, but most of the teams apparently did that anyway."
Looks like they have a long ways to go to get the Boston Dynamics robot doing flips and shit on snow.
Thankfully robots won't be taking any of the comp robots jobs in the near future like the news outlets have predicted in other sectors.