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Summary

  1. Sweden's Sandra Naeslund wins women's gold
  2. Switzerland's Fanny Smith takes silver, with France's Ophelie David third
  3. Sweden's Victor Oehling Norberg wins men's gold
  4. New Zealand's Jamie Prebble takes silver, with France's Francois Place third

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WATCH: Norberg wins dramatic ski cross final

Sweden's Victor Oehling Norberg wins a dramatic men's ski cross final with Filip Flisar being relegated to fourth for missing a gate during the World Freestyle Ski & Snowboard Championships.  

Freestyle Ski & Snowboard World Championships: Victor Oehling Norberg wins men's ski cross

WATCH: Naeslund completes dominant ski cross victory

Sweden's Sandra Naeslund leads throughout to win the women's ski cross final the Freestyle Ski & Snowboard World Championships in Sierra Nevada, Spain.  

World Freestyle Ski Championships: Sandra Naeslund completes commanding ski cross victory

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Today's running order

First off today will be the women's round of 32 followed by the men's event.

Women's and men's quarter-finals will then take place before a short break. The semi-finals will follow, then another break, before the finals take place from about 14:25 GMT.

How does the competition work?

Earlier on today, qualification events for the women and men were held.

There will now be four stages to decide the medalist - the round of 32 event, quarter-finals, semi-finals and the finals.

What's on today?

Today it's the Ski Cross finals with both the women's and men's round of 32, quarter-finals, semi-finals and finals taking place.

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When are the Championships?

The Freestyle Ski and Snowboarding Championships place from  Wednesday 8 – Sunday 19 March 2017  in Sierra Nevada, Spain.

BBC Sport will have coverage from each day of competition - see the coverage guide  here .