New Zealand's quartet of snowboarders at the Winter Olympics missed out on a direct path to the final of the women's slopestyle, and instead will contest the semi-finals on Sunday.
Rebecca Torr topped the Kiwi effort,on a challenging Rosa Khutor course. Her 70.75 first run was good enough for sixth place, missing out on the top-four finish which would have seen her straight through to the final.
Switzerland's Isabel Derungs topped the standings, her second-run 87.50 bumping Australia's Olympic gold medallist Torah Bright into second place with .85.25.
Christy Prior was fractionally behind teammate Torr with 70.50 in seventh place, Stefi Luxton was eighth on 59.75, while Shelly Gotlieb was well below her best in 11th on 30.75.
Only the top four finishers from the cut-throat semi-finals will make the 12-strong final later on Sunday.