Tignes is due to stage the stage the men's and women's slopestyle finals tomorrow ©Getty Images

The women’s slopestyle qualification round at the International Ski Federation (FIS) Freestyle Skiing World Cup event in Tignes has been cancelled due to windy conditions.

Athletes were due to compete at 11.45am local time but organisers called off today’s action in the French resort.

With just 14 freestyle skiers in the field, the FIS decided to cancel qualifying altogether and put all of them through to tomorrow's final.

Estonia’s Kelly Sildaru is the World Cup leader on 200 points, followed by Switzerland’s Sarah Höfflin on 160 and Canada’s Megan Oldham on 136.

All three are in the line-up along with newly-crowned Olympic champion Mathilde Gremaud of Switzerland.

The men’s slopestyle final is also due to take place tomorrow after the qualification round was completed yesterday.

Norway’s Birk Ruud and Switzerland's Andri Ragettli top scored in their respective heats to progress.

Ruud produced the highest scoring run of the day with 88.50 points before World Cup leader Ragettli finished top of the standings in heat two with 84.50.