Teenagers Hiroaki Kunitake and Noah Vicktor qualified strongest for the men's slopestyle final at the International Ski Federation (FIS) Snowboard World Cup in Seiser Alm in Italy.
Japan's Kunitake, 17, topped the heat one standings with 94.75 points on the Seiser Alm Legends Proline course.
He was followed by New Zealand's Tiarn Collins with 88.75 points and the United States' Sean Fitzsimons with 86.50.
Eighteen-year-old German Vicktor, meanwhile, led the way in heat two with 91.75 points, finishing ahead of Switzerland's Nicolas Huber with 90.25 and Norway's Markus Olimstad with 90.00.
Today's women's @seiseralm Legends slopestyle World Cup action saw @CanadaSnowboard's Brooke Voigt put down two clean runs, sending her into tomorrow's finals as the top qualifier...🔥— fissnowboard (@fissnowboard) January 22, 2020
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In the sole women's heat, Canada's Brooke Voigt put down two clean runs to send herself into the final as the top qualifier with 72.38 points.
The Netherlands' Cheryl Maas came second with 69.86 points, while Australia's Tess Coady ranked third with 69.80.
Both the men's and women's finals take place tomorrow.
Seiser Alm is hosting the second set of slopestyle events on this season's FIS Snowboard World Cup tour, following last week's stop in Laax in Switzerland.