Ireland's never, ever won a Winter Olympics medal. The country's best hope in the slopestyle is American-born Seamus O'Connor, who just landed a front triple cork. Still in the thick of it after that run.
American Ryan Stassel suffered a rough landing on his second to last jump, so he remains on the bubble at fourth. He'll have to wait it out to see if he'll make the finals.
Canadian Mark McMorris just shredded the course with a near perfect run, finishing it off with a clean triple cork. The judges didn't nudge him into first, however.
His scores: 88, 95, 87, 96, 92, 90
89.5 average. Good for third place after his second run. That should put him in the finals later today.
American Chaz Guldemond gave a bump to the Russian doll on his way to a 79.75 score. It's his best run, but he's still in seventh. Here are the top four qualifiers from the event.
Billy Morgan (GBR) - 90.75
Sage Kotsenburg (USA) - 90.50
Mark McMorris (CAN) - 89.25
Yuki Kadono (JPN) - 84.75
Americans Guldemond and Stassel have missed out on qualifying and will not make the final. Stassel was knocked out by Canadian Mark McMorris' brilliant final run.
Team USA's hopes now rest with Sage Kotsenburg.
The final is coming up at 3:45 a.m. I'll be here, and so should you.