Butte's Bradley Wilson took the hill in Sochi today hoping to end the evening like his brother did four years ago, standing on the podium. Unfortunately, Bradley would see three other athletes with medals around their necks.

Bradley was red hot to start the day, scoring a 21.68 in the first qualifying round, high enough to qualify for the first round of finals.

Four hours after he qualified, Bradley took the hill for the the Men's Mogul Final 1. Brad went for a back double full on the first jump but leaned a little to far back and crashed.

He immediately popped back up and finished his run but it wasn't enough, scoring a 9.9. Only the top 12 athletes of the 20 competitors advanced to the Men's Mogul Final 2 and Brad's 9.9 score put him in 20th place.

Canada's Alex Bilodeau would win gold, becoming the first person ever to successfully defend their gold medal in freestyle skiing.