Norway’s Oystein Braaten won heat one of men's qualification at the FIS Slopestyle World Cup in Font Romeu ©Getty Images

Norway’s Oystein Braaten and Sweden’s Oscar Wester won their respective men’s qualification heats as action began today at the International Ski Federation Slopestyle World Cup in Font Romeu in France.

World Cup leader Braaten won heat one with a best-run score of 87.66 points.

Italy’s Ralph Welponer finished second with 86.33 points, while New Zealand’s Jackson Wells came third with 85.66.

In heat two, Wester prevailed with 93.66 points.

France’s Antoine Adelisse finished second with 91.66 points, while Austria’s Lukas Muellauer came third with 90.66 points.

Heats three and four will be held tomorrow due to delays caused by bad weather today.

Women’s qualification is also scheduled to take place tomorrow.

The finals are set for Saturday (December 23).