Four Kiwi Winter Olympians are hitting the slopes today in Pyeongchang.

Two Wanaka skiers will compete in the Ski Slopestyle event, Finn Bilous and Jackson Wells.

Qualifications get underway just before 2pm, if they do enough they could find themselves competing in the finals which start around 5pm.

Just after 2pm, Adam Barwood of Queenstown and Willis Feasey of Twizel will compete in the Giant Slalom finals.

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In the Men's Super-G, Feasey finished 37th with Barwood getting over the line in 43rd.

Finn Bilous: Ski Slopestyle

Mens Freestyle Skiing, Slopestyle at Bokwang Snow Park, Qualification Runs from 1.55pm on Sky Channel 57.

In 2016, Finn Bilous, 18, won New Zealand's first ever Winter Youth Olympic Games medal. He claimed silver in the Halfpipe and then snatched up bronze in the Slopestyle events.

Bilous' performance at the Youth Olympics saw him named as a finalist for the Emerging Talent award at the 2017 Halberg Awards.

In November 2016 he competed in the Queenstown Half Marathon and finished second in the male 16-19 years' division.

Jackson Wells: Ski Slopestyle

Mens Freestyle Skiing, Slopestyle at Bokwang Snow Park, Qualification Runs from 1.55pm on Sky Channel 57.

Jackson Wells, 19, is the youngest of the four Wells brothers - three of which are competing at the Winter Olympics.

His brothers Bryon and Beau-James Wells are the other competitors, while eldest brother Jossi pulled out due to a knee injury.

In last years X Games, Wells landed a bronze medal in the Big Air event on debut at the Games.

Adam Barwood: Giant Slalom

Mens Alpine Skiing, Giant Slalom at Yongpyong Alpine Centre, Final Run 1 from 2.10pm, Final Run 2 from 5.20pm on Sky Channel 55.

Adam Barwood, 25, is at his second Winter Olympics after first competing in Sochi four years ago.

He first learnt to ski when he was nine at a school holiday programme at Coronet Peak near Queenstown.

Barwood was named as the New Zealand Snow Sports Athlete of the Year in 2017.

Willis Feasey: Giant Slalom

Mens Alpine Skiing, Giant Slalom at Yongpyong Alpine Centre, Final Run 1 from 2.10pm, Final Run 2 from 5.20pm on Sky Channel 55.

Willis Feasey, 25, was the 2017 National Giant Slalom Champion.

Feasey began skiing at the age of two-years-old and started racing at age 10.

He finished 34th overall at the world championships, 10 places ahead of fellow New Zealander, Adam Barwood.

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