Alex Hall topped today's slopestyle qualification ©Getty Images

Alex Hall was the top qualifier as the International Ski Federation Ski Slopestyle World Cup season resumed in Silvaplana following the break for the Winter Olympics.

The American 19-year-old did not make it through qualification at Pyeongchang 2018 last month but put down the best scoring run in heat two today at the Swiss course.

He was given a score of 93.00 with the top eight skiers from each heat all advancing to the final.

Switzerland's overall World Cup leader Andri Ragettli also impressed on home snow, coming out top from heat one.

His score of 89.33 came after he could only finish seventh in Pyeongchang, despite qualifying for the Olympic final in second.

Ferdinand Dahl achieved the second best score today ©Getty Images
Ferdinand Dahl achieved the second best score today ©Getty Images

The Swiss' score was only the third best of the day, however, as Norway's Ferdinand Dahl was second in heat two on 91.00.

The final will be held tomorrow, alongside the women's qualification and final.

More freestyle ski action will also take place in Tazawako in Japan with the Moguls World Cup season set to resume.

Men's and women's singles competitions will be held tomorrow before dual moguls action on Sunday (March 4).

Pyeongchang 2018 Olympic champions Mikaël Kingsbury of Canada and Perrine Laffont of France are both down to compete.