Johanne Killi topped women's slopestyle qualifying today in Calgary ©Getty Images

Norwegian Johanne Killi has finished first in qualification for the International Ski and Snowboard Federation (FIS) Freeski World Cup women's slopestyle final in Laax.

The two-time Winter X Games bronze medallist moved up the order to top spot with a second run of 85.65.

Switzerland's Sarah Höfflin secured her spot in second with a best of 81.53, with France's Tess Ledeux in third with 80.21 from her first attempt.

Höfflin's compatriot and the Olympic champion in slopestyle, Mathilde Gremaud, was fourth, followed by American Grace Henderson.

Tess Ledeux finished third today in Calgary ©Getty Images
Tess Ledeux finished third today in Calgary ©Getty Images

Britain's Kirsty Muir put two consistent runs together, with her best placing her sixth in front of Canadian Olivia Asselin.

Sandra Eie of Norway took the final spot in the final with a score of 63.73, pushing Canadian Brynn Johnston out.

Johnston responded, but finished 0.05 points behind Eie with her second run.

Finland's Anni Karava finished 10th, unable to surpass the 60-point mark.