Scott had a number of impressive jumps on the day, qualifying for finals in second place with her double full-full scoring 90.94 points.
In the first round of finals, Scott increased her degree of difficulty jumping triple back somersaults, performing a lay-tuck-full which scored 97.57 points to advance to the super final in second place.
Scott added an extra twist to her triple back somersault jump in the super final, performing a full-tuck-full, but unfortunately was marked down on her landing to score 79.89 points, putting her in fourth position.
Taking the win was Chinese jumper Mengtao Xu who scored 103.92 points, with Canadian Marion Thenault in second with 93.41 and anther Chinese athlete Fanyu Kong rounding out the podium in third place with a score of 92.70.
“So close to the podium today”, said the 31-year-old double World Championship medallist.
“Next stop Deer Valley and triple (somersault) hungry.”
Also in action for Australia was Abbey Willcox in 15th, Laura Peel 16th and Gabi Ash 17th. In the men’s event Wesley Naylor placed a personal best 24th.
The World Cup tour will now head to Deer Valley, Utah, USA, for a competition on January 12, this will be the final event before the Beijing 2022 Olympic Winter Games.
IMAGE: Laura Peel in action in Le Relais