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.
- Sweden's Sandra Naeslund wins women's gold
- Switzerland's Fanny Smith takes silver, with France's Ophelie David third
- Sweden's Victor Oehling Norberg wins men's gold
- New Zealand's Jamie Prebble takes silver, with France's Francois Place third
Sweden's Sandra Naeslund leads throughout to win the women's ski cross final the Freestyle Ski & Snowboard World Championships in Sierra Nevada, Spain.
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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.
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.
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.Copyright: Getty Images
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 .