The event was an ideal warm up for the opening World Cup of the season on January 5 in Changchun, China, with a number of positive early season performances by the AIS athletes.
The highlight was AIS/VIS scholarship holder Lydia Lassila winning her first event back since the Vancouver Olympic Winter Games and becoming a mother. Although Lydia won with a low degree of difficulty by her standards (lay-full and full-full), the win shows she is on track in the defence of her Olympic title.
Also competing after taking a break last season, David Morris, had a successful event winning two medals, a second on day one and a bronze medal on day two.
Samantha Wells, Danielle Scott and Renee McElduff competed in the day two event, finishing in fourth, fifth and ninth place respectively.
VIS athlete Alice Cheung made her competition debut finishing in 11th place on day one.