Casper Wolf of the Netherlands achieved the highest score of the men's big air qualification ©Facebook

Casper Wolf of the Netherlands achieved the highest qualification score in the men's big air competition at the International Ski Federation (FIS) World Junior Freestyle Skiing Championship in Klaeppen.

Twenty competitors qualified from four heats for the men's big air final, which will be held tomorrow.

Wolf achieved the highest score, recording 94.66 to top heat two.

Canada's William Buffey qualified first from heat one with 91.66, while Mitchell Davern of New Zealand was the highest qualifier in heat three with 89.33.

Norway's Magnus Groterud topped heat four after scoring 90.33.

In the women's event, 10 competitors qualified from two heats. 

The highest scorer was Annika Morgan in heat one with a total of 93.00.

Canada's Sommer Gendron finished top of heat two after scoring 92.00.

The final of both the men's and women's big air competitions will take place in the Swedish ski resort tomorrow.