Anthony has now podiumed in all four events to start the season, extending her lead as number one on the World Cup rankings.
In a dominant display, Anthony placed first in all three stages of the event, scoring a massive 85.07 points in the super final to finish over eight points ahead of second place finisher Anri Kawamura of Japan with a score of 77.21 points, with American Tess Johnson taking home the bronze medal with 76.63 points.
Australian teammate, 2017 World Champion Britt Cox also reached the super final, finishing in a season’s best fourth place, with a score of 76.20, just missing the podium by .44 points.
“It was so incredible, my first win of the season, my second win ever, and the first time I have every placed first in every round of the event,” said the 23-year-old from Barwon Heads in Victoria.
“I am so keen to get back on the course tomorrow, it’s so much fun, the moguls require such technical skiing and it’s just so great to get out there and ski it every day.”
Brodie Summers also had an impressive performance, narrowly missing the men’s super-final in seventh place.
The mogul skiing athletes will be back in action tomorrow night competing in the dual mogul event in Alpe d'Huez.