After qualifying 12th for the finals, Graham, who finished second at last week’s World Cup event in Val Saint-Come, put in a good run in the first finals run placing fourth with a score of 76.80, therefore qualifying for the top six Super Final.
Graham finished with a total score of 48.93 in the final, a score which saw him finish fifth overall.
“I had quite a good final #1 run which I was happy with, but a little disappointed with my super final run,” he said.
“I felt like I had the ability to back up last week and finish on the podium today, so moving forward this will be a goal for me to back up results and consistent performances week after week,” Graham added.
NSWIS athlete Rohan Chapman-Davies finished 18th with a personal best performance, while Brodie Summers placed 41st.
In the women’s section, Britt Cox finished fourth in qualifying, securing a place in the 16 field finals, with a total score of 70.52.
Cox scored a 69.42 in her first run in the finals, which saw her eventually finish in 13th place overall.
At the completion of the event, Cox reflected on the positives.
"My qualifications run felt like the skiing I know I am capable of doing. Unfortunately, I did not repeat this in the final, and was unable to progress to the next round," Cox said.
"I am choosing to look at my fourth in qualifying as a positive stepping stone, and it's now a matter of bringing it together in the final rounds," she added.
World Cup Standings (after Calgary):
4th - Matt Graham
27th - Brodie Summers
33rd - Rohan Chapman-Davies
11th - Britt Cox
IMAGE: Matt Graham receiving feedback from OWIA Mogul Skiing Head Coach Matt Graham in Calgary © Peter Hogg