The double podium performance makes it a remarkable 12 medals from 13 starts for Anthony, the most ever won by an Australia in a single season, and the second Australian female to win the overall mogul skiing World Cup Crystal Globe, joining Britt Cox who led the world in 2016-2017.
Competing in the French Alps resort of Megève, Anthony took home a pair of silver medals in single (Olympic format) and dual mogul events and was so close on both occasions not to take home the win, with the victory on both days narrowly awarded to local skier Perrine Laffont of France.
“It’s an incredible way to finish off the season” said the 23-year-old from Barwon Heads in Victoria.
“The crowd here were incredible, and to get to ski against Perrine one of the great female athletes in our sport was really special.”
“This is my first time taking the big globe and this is the first time we have had a dual mogul globe, so to be able to take that out just really shows how consistent I have been able to be this season at a really high level.”
“It wasn’t easy, the women’s field is so high this year and everyone is just really stepping up their game, so these feel extra special.
Anthony finished the season in first place on the overall mogul standings with 925 points, 19 points clear of Laffont, with Japanese skier Anri Kawamura in third with 704 points. Anthony also secured the first ever Dual Mogul Crystal Globe as the number one ranked dual mogul skier at season end.