Quick-thinking Australian figure skater Brooklee Han turned around a shaky start in the women's individual program at the Winter Olympics to qualify for Thursday's free skating section.
Han scored of 49.32 at the Iceberg Skating Palace on Wednesday, qualifying in 22nd place, with the top 24 progressing.
Things didn't look good early on when she lacked the speed to nail her first jump - a triple toeloop plus double toeloop.
But some quick thinking meant she avoided the deduction of 2.10 for popping the jump, instead adding it back later in her program.
"I had a little wobble at the beginning of the program," Han said.
"I don't know what I was thinking."
Rising to the pressure of the occasion seemed a breeze for the 18-year-old, who is based in Redding in the US.
"I wasn't really all that nervous," she said.
"I was confident in my training and I had trust in myself - I kind of took it in my stride."
Vancouver Olympic gold medallist and world champion Kim Yuna (South Korea) topped the qualifiers with 74.92, fractionally ahead of Russian favourite Adelina Sotnikova on 74.64.