Relive 1 NEWS NOW's live coverage of today's men's freeski halfpipe final at the PyeongChang Winter Olympics.
A great day for New Zealand in the snow as Nico Porteous claimed the second bronze medal for NZ at the PyeongChang Winter Olympic Games.
4.48pm: Aaron Blunck scores 84.80 and it's not enough for a medal placing. Nico Porteous is the second Kiwi at the PyeongChang Games to win bronze.
4.45pm: American Alex Ferreira remains in second place with a score of 96.40. One more skier to go.
4.39pm: Beau-James Wells scores 91.60 his best score out of his three runs, but it is not enough for a gold medal position - he is placed fourth overall after his extraordinary run.
4.29pm: American David Wise has taken the lead - scoring 97.20. Nico Porteous has been bumped to third place.
4.26pm: Nico Porteous appears happy and content with his second run score cruising through his final run - he scores 30.0 in his final run.
4.16pm: American Alex Ferreira has overtaken Nico Porteous with a mammoth score of 96.00. The Kiwi teen still sits second overall.
4.10pm: Beau-James Wells isn't feeling it in his second run and pulls up halfway through his run. He scores 52.20.
4.00pm: Nico Porteous has moved into first place - a massive run from the 16-year-old - 94.80.
3.56pm: Beau-James Wells has been bumped to third place after American Alex Ferreira scored big in his first run - scoring 92.60. Nico Porteous sits in fifth place with his first run score of 82.40.
3.49pm: Beau-James Wells has put on a clinic, throwing down some huge manoeuvres in his first run and he scores a massive 87.40. He is now currently placed second overall.
Nico Porteous - had a good first solid run scoring 82.40.
Unfortunately Byron Wells injured himself in training and won't be competing today.
New Zealand skiers in action: Beau-James Wells and Nico Porteous.