For Anthony, the podium result is her fourth medal of the season and she is ranked second on the World Cup standings with two events remaining.
The 21 year old from Barwon Heads performed exceptionally well in the cold Siberian conditions, defeating world number three Jaelene Kauf of the USA in the semi final round, to advance to the final against current Olympic Champion and world number one, Perrine Laffont of France.
Laffont took the gold scoring 82.68 to finish ahead of Anthony in the silver medal position with a score of 74.93. Rounding out the podium with the bronze medal was American Jaelin Kauf.
“It was incredible to claim another World Cup silver medal tonight in Russia” Anthony commented after the race.
“It was the coldest weather we’ve had all season so that definitely made it challenging, but the course was in good shape and I was able to make some good progress in some areas I've been struggling with.
The mogul skiers will now head to Idre Fjall, Sweden, for the final event of the season, with a single and dual moguls competition taking place on March 13-15,