Dominic Clarke has smashed qualification on Saturday to easily book his place in the Olympic final of the men's trampoline in Tokyo.
The Sydneysider delivered two impressive routines to qualify into the eight-man field with the fourth best overall score.
The 24-year-old scored 52.130 in his first outing but then cracked a wide smile after he nailed a 59.550 in his second routine for a combined tally of 111.680.
Belarusians Ivan Litvinovich (113.555) and Uladzislau Hancharou, the defending Olympic champion (113.400), topped the scoring while Kiwi Dylan Schmidt sat third.
China's Gao Lei, winner of the last four world titles, did not even make it to the finals after crashing onto the mat.
The final is also on Saturday.
Australian Associated Press