After the two events, Pullin is currently ranked fifth in the world, a testament to consistent form in both events in Cervinia.
Olympic Silver Medallist Jarryd Hughes was Australia's highest ranked qualifier in eighth place, and went on to finish in 19th on day one and 22nd on day two.
The other NSWIS program athletes, Cameron Bolton (26th and 34th), Adam Dickson (30th and 52nd), Josh Miller (40th and 54th) and Adam Lambert (43rd and 14th) were also in action in Italy.
A special mention to Josh Miller, who was able to compete after a hospital visit following a bad crash during training on the day before qualification.
The Snowboard Cross program now has a long break before the next event, the 2019 World Championships at the end of January in Solitude, UT, USA.
Australian Athlete Results
Alex Pullin - 7th and 4th
Jarryd Hughes - 19th & 22nd
Cameron Bolton - 26th & 34th
Adam Dickson - 30th & 52nd
Josh Miller - 40th & 54th
Adam Lambert - 43rd & 14th
IMAGE - Alex "Chumpy" Pullin out in front in the yellow bib © Miha Matavz/FIS