The NSWIS athletes appeared across the two days of competition with Anthony achieving podiums in both her events and Graham finishing inside the top eight on each day.
On Saturday, Jakara Anthony secured her third straight spot on the World Cup podium with a silver medal performance in the single moguls, while Graham finished seventh.
Following the single moguls event, on Sunday the season’s second dual moguls competition saw Anthony claim bronze with Graham just missing out on the podium, finishing in fourth place.
Anthony was ecstatic with her podium appearances.
“I’m really happy to take back to back podiums here in Japan. I was really happy with my skiing today. I was backing it up from yesterday and putting down some really clean runs," Anthony said.
“Unfortunately in the semi-final I had a little slip up which put me into the small final which meant I didn’t get a chance to ski again but I still came away with a bronze medal and couldn’t be happier."
With Anthony currently ranked second in the overall World Cup standings, and Graham ranked fifth, Tazawako marked the end of the World Cup season for the pair, with the Australian program electing not to compete in next weekend's final World Cup events in Kazakhstan.
IMAGE - Jakara Anthony on the podium in Tazawako © FIS
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