Aimee Fuller misses out on Winter Olympic finals
Northern Irish snowboarder Aimee Fuller has missed out on a place in the finals at the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics
The Team GB athlete from Bangor was twice unable to land a double backflip in her slopestyle event runs.
She finished with 71.25 points and was unable to to join her compatriot Jenny Jones at the finals, where Jones won a bronze medal - Britain's first-ever medal on snow in an Olympics.
Afterwards, 21-year-old Fuller said: "I'm smiling, unfortunately I didn't land. If I had got that run down then we would have been on the money but still, it is a great experience.
"It is the first time I have ever competed in the Olympics and it is a building block for the next time."
Aimee Fuller grew up in England but now lives in Holywood, Co Down and had been regarded as one of Team GB's brightest hopes.