Lassila's incredible World Cup career spanned over 17 years, with her first World Cup start coming at Mt Buller in September 2001.
With the two medals on the weekend, Lassila's brings her total career World Cup tally to 39, which includes 16 total victories.
Lassila is undoubtedly one of Australia's sporting greats and well in the conversation as Australia’s greatest ever wintersports athlete. After her final event on Saturday night, Lassila sits equal second for the most World Cup medals ever won by an Australian, but is the only Australian to have better than a 50% lifetime conversion of World Cup starts to podiums.
Kirstie Marshall (Aerial Skiing) - 41 World Cup medals (17 wins & 1 WC Globe from 93 starts)
Jacqui Cooper (Aerial Skiing) - 40 World Cup medals (24 wins & 5 WC Globes from 133 starts
Lydia Lassila (Aerial Skiing) - 39 World Cup medals (16 wins & 1 WC Globe from 77 starts)
Dale Begg-Smith (Mogul Skiing) - 29 World Cup medals (18 wins & 4 WC Globes from 74 starts)
Alisa Camplin (Aerial Skiing) - 19 World Cup medals (10 wins & 2 WC Globes from 53 starts)
Lassila was remarkably near the top of the World Cup rankings in each season she was in competition, finishing on top of the standings as World Cup champion Globe winner in 2009, runner-up four times and in third place twice.
Next month Lassila will be aiming for her third medal at the 2018 Olympic Winter Games in PyeongChang, Korea, which will be her fifth start at the Winter Olympics, the most by an Australian female.
IMAGES: Lydia Lassila at her first ever World Cup at Mt Buller in 2001 © Mark Ashkanasy / Alpine Images