Competing in the second day of a double-header in Grasgehren, which saw the first day cancelled due to weather conditions, the five member ski cross squad were hoping to record higher results but had a day that fell below expectation.
Jenny Owens finished 21st, three places ahead of fellow AIS / NSWIS skier Sami Kennedy-Sim.
Frenchwoman Ophelie David recorded her 25th World Cup victory, ahead of German Christina Manhard and France’s Marielle Berger Sabbatel picked up the bronze medal.
In the men’s draw, AIS / NSWIS skier Anton Grimus also missed the finals when he was 52st in qualifying and 51st overall.
Czech Tomas Kraus was first across the line in the final, followed by Canadian Tristan Tafel and third placed Swede Victor Oehling Norberg.