The spectacular big air stadium event in the Canadian city of Edmonton in Alberta has taken place, with snowboard teen sensation Valentino Guseli finishing in 14th.
In qualifying, Guseli was drawn in heat one, and finished in seventh place, which missed out on the top-three needed to go direct to the final, but was good enough to advance to the semi-final round.
In the best two of three jump semi-final, Guseli needed to finish in the top-four to advance to the final, and had a great second jump with his 1600 degree rotation jump scoring 84.75 points.
Unfortunately Guseli was not able to cleanly land his first (17 points) and third 21.75 points) jumps, giving him a two-jump score of 105.50 points, putting him in eighth place, and a final ranking of 14th.
Snow Australia rider Joshua Robertson-Hahn was also in action finishing in 41st place.
After three of four events, Guseli is currently ranked eighth on the World Cup standings on 69 points, trailing Kira Kimura of Japan on 185 points.
The final stop on the FIS World Cup big air season takes place in Copper Mountain, CO, USA, on December 15.