Having overcome five knee surgeries and three ACL injuries to qualify for the Beijing Winter Games, Greta remained composed to reach high speeds over 100km per hour with accuracy and control.
It was a fantastic effort from Greta, with few errors through the steepest sections of the course, equalling her best Olympic super-g performance from PyeongChang 2018.
"It was a super fun hill to ski." Greta said.
"The venue is awesome, the snow is incredible. I didn't quite execute where I planned to, I didn't quite push on the technical turns or really execute those to carry the speed down the bottom.
"So [I'm] a bit disappointed with that, but definitely some lessons to learn in there for the hill and to push in the downhill [track event] coming up.
"Compared to the World Cup it was just a quick super-g in terms of length. It was really tough through the bottom technical section of the pitch. There was really nowhere to make up speed. Once you lost it, it was kind of game over just to carry along the long flats.
The conditions were ideal for the competitors, with blue skies and little wind over the ‘Rock'. The women's super-g run has a 540m vertical drop commencing at an altitude of 1825m over a course than ran 1940m.
In her third Olympic Games, that achievement wasn't lost on Greta.
"It's really amazing. I can finally say I'm a triple Olympian which is pretty cool. Only the second female Aussie Alpine skier to do that."
Greta will now prepare for the women's downhill which takes place on Tuesday 15 February.