Pacific paddlers Bryden Nicholas and Daniel Tuiraviravi have missed out on a semi final spot at the World Canoe Slalom Championships in London.
Fiji's Tuiraviravi was 80th in the K1 men's first round heat in a time of 105.11 seconds.
Cook Islands rep Nicholas was a distant 99th in 147.67 seconds.
The top 20 advanced directly to the semi finals, with a further ten spots up for grabs in the second round repecharge.
Nicholas produced a much-improved run to finish 36th in 96.65 seconds, while Tuiraviravi was 56th in 122.22 seconds.
Despite finishing well down the field, the pair are assured of a place at next year's Rio Olympics, with each country entitled to enter one man and one woman.
They will have another chance to qualify directly at next year's Oceania Championships.