Halfpipe competition will take centre stage when Calgary hosts the latest stages of the International Ski Federation (FIS) Snowboard and Freestyle Skiing World Cups this week.
Snowboard qualification is due to be held tomorrow before the finals on Friday (February 15).
Sandwiched between them will be freestyle skiing qualification on Thursday (February 14) with the finals scheduled for Saturday (February 16).
Currently heading the men's snowboard halfpipe World Cup standings is Australia's Scotty James, who claimed a third consecutive global crown at the recently-concluded FIS Freestyle Ski and Snowboarding World Championships in Utah in the United States.
James, the bronze medallist at the Pyeongchang 2018 Winter Olympic Games, has 2,000 points to his name.
Japan's Yuto Totsuka, the world silver medallist, is second with 1,760 points, while Switzerland's Jan Scherrer is third with 1,560.
In the women's snowboard halfpipe World Cup standings, China's Cai Xuetong leads the way with 2,100 points.
The US's Chloe Kim, to whom Cai finished runner-up in Utah, is second on 2,000 points.
Japan's Kurumi Imai completes the current top three with 1,460 points.
The front-runner in the men's freestyle skiing halfpipe World Cup standings is Canada's Simon d'Artois, who had to settle for a fourth-place finish in Utah.
He has 140 points with brothers Nico and Miguel Porteous of New Zealand occupying second and third place on 130 and 120 respectively.
In the women's freestyle skiing halfpipe World Cup standings, China's Zhang Kexin sits at the summit on 136 points.
She finished eighth in the final in Utah as Estonia's Kelly Sildaru triumphed.
Sildaru is third in the rankings with 100 points, putting her 30 behind Canada's Rachael Karker who came fourth in Utah.
The Ski Cross World Cup will also resume tomorrow in Feldberg in Germany with qualification.