Anthony has now won an incredible ten medals, equalling Alisa Camplin and Britt Cox as the most successful Australian wintersport athletes in a single season, with two events remaining.
Competing at the Italian resort, Anthony advanced through the dual mogul rounds comfortably, to reach the gold medal dual against 2018 Olympic Champion Perrine Laffont of France.
With her trademark corked 720 mute grab on the top air and high level turns, Anthony forced Laffont to ski to her limit in the final, with the French skier making a number of mistakes to give Anthony the fourth World Cup gold medal of her career, with the judges giving Anthony the win with a score of 20 points to 15.
Rounding out the podium in third place was Olympic silver medallist Jaelin Kauf of the USA.
“I am so proud of how I skied” said the 23-year-old from Barwon Heads in Victoria.
“It’s really tough in there, so to be able to put down consistent runs at the level I know I was capable of was my goal for this weekend and I achieved that, so I couldn’t be happier.
Anthony will be aiming to win the first Crystal Globe World Cup title of her career at the World Cup final next weekend in Megeve, France, with a mogul event on March 18 and dual moguls on March 19.
Anthony could possibly win all three mogul skiing Chrystal Globes. Anthony is ranked first in the overall mogul and dual mogul World Cup standings , and is in third place in the single mogul discipline.
“I am so excited to go to Megeve, we have just skied in the Alps in Italy, and now we are heading back to the French Alps, it’s a really spectacular part of the world that I haven’t seen much before, so I am just so excited to go experience the mountains and ski some moguls.”