Canadian freestyle skier Brady Leman has picked up his second silver medal in as many races.
He finished second in a skicross World Cup in Val Thorens, France, on Wednesday.
"I'm proud of what I did today but with that said, I want to win," Leman said in a statement released by Alpine Canada.
The Calgary native was edged by Armin Niederer of Switzerland while Dave Duncan of London, Ont., finished fourth.
Leman has 200 points, good for second spot behind Niederer (260), in the individual ski cross World Cup standings.
He battled Niederer all the way down the course and came close to passing his Swiss rival on a few occasions.
"I was trying to get ahead of him but I just couldn't," said Leman, who placed second last week at a World Cup in Telluride, Colo. "Both Dunc and I messed up out of the gate.
"I had the speed coming up behind Armin. He made a little bit of a bobble off the second-last jump and he did a nice swing back to keep me behind him. He's racing so strong right now."
Kelsey Serwa of Kelowna, B.C., finished 15th and was the top Canadian on the women's side.
Calgary's Danielle Sundquist missed qualifying by one spot, finishing 17th. Marielle Thompson, of Whistler, B.C., last year's Crystal Globe winner as World Cup champion, was 23rd and Mariannick Therer, of Saint-Sauveur, Que., was 27th.
In other men's results, Louis-Pierre Hélie of Berthierville, Que., was 18th followed by Tristan Tafel of Canmore, Alta. (23rd). Mathieu Leduc of Comox, B.C., didn't make it through the qualification round.
Weather-related issues the previous two days made it a one-day event, with course inspections, qualification, training runs and the finals bunched together.
"The boys are tired," said Canadian head coach Eric Archer. "Brady's skiing smart and with both him and Duncan, it's only a matter of time before [they] are standing on top of the podium."With files from CBCSports.ca