The podium result is the sixth by Australia over the weekend, with a gold and silver medal to Danielle Scott and Laura Peel in the aerials, Belle Brockhoff silver in snowboard cross, silver to Bree Walker in monobob and two bronze medals for Anthony. A personal best was also achieved by Australia in the two-woman bobsleigh, with pilot Bree Walker and brakewoman Kiara Reddingius equalling our best ever result in the sport with a seventh place performance in their first event as a team.
Anthony’s first dual came in the quarter-final round against Kai Owens of the USA. With judges scoring the event out of 35 points, Anthony advanced to the next round with a 20-15 advantage.
In the semi-final round, Anthony had a difficult match up against 2018 Olympic Gold Medallist Perrine Laffont of France, with Laffont taking the win with a score of 21-14.
In the dual for the bronze medal, Anthony comfortably took the win against American Olivia Giaccio with a score of 26-9 to record the 12th World Cup medal of her career.
“It’s incredible to go back to back at the same event, it’s been a while since I have had the opportunity to do that” said the 23-year-old from Barwon Heads in Victoria.
“It was really tight duals all day long in the whole women’s field, you just had to get in there and go for it in that middle section, it was pretty tricky in there, so you just had to run it.
Also in action for Australia was Britt Cox in 14th, Sophie Ash 19th, James Matheson 23rd, Taylah O’Neill 29th, Cooper Woods, 28th, Madii Himbury 34th and Brodie Summers 41st.
The dual moguls format sees competitors face off side by side on parallel mogul runs, with the winner progressing to the next round.
The mogul skiing athletes will now head to France for a double event in Alpe d'Huez next weekend.
Anthony currently sits in first place in World Cup standings for the single moguls Olympic format and will wear the yellow leaders’ bib for the first time Alpe d'Huez.