Britain's James Woods is on course to reach the final of the first ever Winter Olympics men's ski slopestyle after a fantastic first run in Sochi.
The Sheffield-born 22-year-old has been struggling with a hip complaint suffered in training last Friday, although it did not look to hinder him in his run at a sun-drenched Rosa Khutor Extreme Park, with the course looking a little softer as a result of the warmer temperatures.
A score of 87.20 was good enough for third place after the first run.
It should be enough to see him through to this afternoon's final, with the top 12 qualifying.
Pre-event favourite Nick Groepper will need to improve on his first run, with a score of 14.80 only good enough for 26th place out of 32 riders.