Australian Emily Arthur has missed out on a podium finish in the ladies' halfpipe final, going down injured in a nasty fall on her final run.
The 18-year-old had a slow start to the final, scoring 48.25 in her first run before falling over early in her second effort to earn a score of 9.25.
Arthur receives attention after her nasty fall. Pic: Getty
Her third run started better, however the Aussie youngster ended up face-planting as she pushed for a podium-worthy score.
She managed to walk her way to the exit of the half-pipe, but appeared to have a bleeding nose.
Arthur goes down. Pic: Getty
Arthur told Seven reporters at the venue that she also had sore teeth after hitting her face on the ice.
"I'm good and I'm alive," Arthur said.
"Got a real swollen left eye when I look around, but I'm fine, I'm happy just being here."
The young gun admitted she was gunning for a podium finish in her final run, before it all came undone as she attempted to stick another risky landing.
"I really went for it in my last run, I think I definitely could have moved up a bit (in the rankings)," she said.
Chloe Kim was on fire! Pic: Getty
Meanwhile, American sensation Chloe Kim sizzled with a 93.75 run on her very first attempt, before a run of 98.25 in her final effort to take home gold, ahead of China's Liu Jiayu and America's Ariel Gold.