The Canadian resort hosted two days of World Cup competition, with all OWIA and NSWIS athletes achieving a finals performance.
On day one, Anthony was the highest placed Australian finishing in fifth, with Sophie Ash in 13th and Britt Cox 17th.
In the men's day one event, Cooper-Woods had a personal best World Cup finish in ninth place, with Brodie Summers (21st), James Matheson (27th) missing out on finals.
Anthony came out strongly on day two, performing well in the qualification and first round of finals, to advance to the super final in fourth place.
In the super final Anthony had another great run scoring 79.02 points from the judges to finish 3.53 points behind 2018 Olympic Champion Perrine Laffont of France. Rounding out the podium in third place was Anri Kawamura of Japan with a score of 78.78.
“The course here in Tremblant was really fun today, it’s really developed over the four days we have been skiing on it, and very different to the previous course in Alpe d’Huez in France” said the 23-year-old from Barwon Heads in Victoria.
“It’s a busy few weeks for us with back-to-back double single mogul events in two different locations here in Tremblant and next week in Deer Valley, which everyone is excited for. It’s always a favourite event for the Australian team and the whole World Cup tour, so I look forward to getting back on the Champion run at Deer Valley.”
The podium performance sees Anthony ranked second on the World Cup standings with 365 points, just four behind Kawamura with 369 points, and 15 ahead of Laffont on 350 points. Brodie Summers is the highest ranked Australian male in tenth.
Joining Anthony in the women’s final on day two was Britt Cox in 13th with Brodie Summers and James Matheson reaching the men’s final, finishing in 13th and 16th place respectively. Cooper Woods finished in 26th place.
The mogul skiing athletes will now head to Deer Valley, USA, for the final World Cup events before the Beijing Olympic Winter Games.