Both athletes also reached the final in the first event, where Pullin made the podium finishing third and Brockhoff placed sixth.
Pullin entered the final with confidence after winning his eight and quarter final, before finishing third in the semi, but was disappointed with his performance in the final.
“I’m disappointed with today, but now looking forward to the next race at the X-Games,” Pullin said.
Brockhoff’s progress to her second consecutive final of the weekend was impressive, after she crossed the line in first place in her semi-final, however, she couldn’t carry that form into the final.
“Similar to Alex, I’m disappointed with finishing fifth, but also looking forward to heading to the X-Games,” Brockhoff said.
Jarryd Hughes finished the second World Cup event in 28th place while Matthew Thomas finished 38th.
Pullin is the leading Australian on the World Cup standings after the double header in Feldberg, holding down fourth place, while Brockhoff is in sixth place in the Women’s.
IMAGE: Alex "Chumpy" Pullin (middle, red bib) out in front at Feldberg © FIS/Oliver Kraus