Slopestyle silver for Woods
James Woods has won GB's first Freestyle World Championships medal in 20 years after taking silver in the men's slopestyle competition in Voss.
Twenty-one-year-old Woods, a two-time World Cup winner already this season, had a score of 91.2 to finish in second place behind winner Thomas Wallisch of the United States, who took gold with 94.8.
The last Briton to win a medal at the Championships was Richard Cobbing, who won silver in the men's aerials in 1993 in Austria.
Meanwhile Sheffield 17-year-old Katie Summerhayes finished in a superb fourth place in the women's slopestyle competition which was won by Kaya Turski of Canada.
It was another outstanding result for Summerhayes, who had won World Cup silver in Silvaplana last month in her first event back after six months out with a serious knee injury.
GB freeski head coach Pat Sharples said: "There is no happier coach in the world at the moment.
"James produced an absolutely brilliant run to take silver, and what Katie has achieved so soon after coming back from injury has been amazing.
"The team is in a great place at the moment, but there is a lot more work to do so we are in the best position to smash it heading into the Olympic season in 2014."
Slopestyle, a discipline in which skiers are judged on how they negotiate a downhill course scattered with jumps and rails, will make its debut at the Sochi Winter Olympics.