Southport's Mac Forehand came in 11th place in the freeski big air final at the event's Olympic debut.
Forehand scored 80.25 on Tuesday night and came in 11th place.
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First place went to Norways's Birk Ruud with a score of 187.75, USA's Colby Stevenson is taking home the silver with a score of 183.00 and Sweden's Henrik Harlaut came in third with a score of 181.00.
The third American who qualified for the final, Alex Hall, came in eighth place with a score of 160.75.
Freeski big air opened its Olympic competition Monday at the world’s first permanent, city-based big air facility, the Associated Press reports. It is a repurposed steel mill.
Forehand will compete in the men's slopestyle competition on Sunday night.
The Beijing Winter Games are Forehand's first Olympics.