Freestyle skier Marin Hamill won't compete in slopestyle final after qualifying crash; returning to U.S. for evaluation

American freestyle skier Marin Hamill won't compete in the slopestyle final after hurting her right leg in a crash during qualifying. She's headed back to the United State for further evaluation, the team announced.

Hamill, a 20-year-old from Utah, earned a spot in the final with her score of 69.43 on her first run through a course filled with rails and jumps.

She was finishing her final run when she crashed on the last jump. Hamill slid to the bottom of the hill and was treated by medical personnel. She was taken off the course in a sled and placed into an ambulance.

Hamill was second in a World Cup skiing slopestyle competition in France last month.