The 31-year-old World Champion from Canberra placed first in both the qualification and first round of finals at the spectacular scaffold venue.
Peel was the only female to perform triple somersault in the medal round, scoring 92.72 points with her newest triple twisting triple somersault (Full-Full-Full) jump which was extremely unlucky not to score higher.
Taking the win was American Winter Vinecki with 94.11 points, with Marion Thenault of Canada in third place with 90.59
“I am making progress, very happy to have landed my first Full-Full-Full in competition”, Peel said after the event.
In the aerial skiing World Cup standings Peel maintained the world number one yellow leader’s bib on top of the field with a 290 points after four competitions. With her victory in Moscow, Winter Vinecki moves into second place with 203 points, with her American teammate Ashley Caldwell in third place with 190 points.
Peel will be back in action next weekend competing in another night time city event in Minsk, Belarus, on January 30.
IMAGE: Laura Peel soaring high above Moscow © FIS