The NSWIS skier was dominant, leading from start to finish, again moving through all three rounds of the competition in first place, replicating the effort from the opening event in Ruka, Finland.
In the super-final medal round, Anthony put down a commanding run to score 79.74 points, finishing a huge 7.32 points higher than second place finisher Rino Yanagimoto of Japan on 72.42, with American Olivia Giaccio in third with 72.16.
“It’s a pretty cool way to kick off the season, winning the first event and then backing up here“ said the 25-year-old Olympic champion from Barwon Heads in Victoria.
“We have another five starts before Christmas, so looking to keep carrying that momentum moving forward.”
“It’s going to be exciting with dual moguls coming up tomorrow, speed will be important in there, it’s easy to get stuck in the face of the bumps and slow down. I think it’s always important for duals to be fast but always good execution as well so I will go out and do my best.”
In the men’s event, NSWIS skier Cooper Woods made it through to finals for the second week in a row, finishing in ninth place, with his teammate Oliver Logan achieving a personal best result of 33rd but George Murphy unfortunately recorded a did not finish.