On day one, Hall placed 40th and Summers 50th. Unfortunately the disappointing results continued on day two, with Summers finishing in 44th and Hall in 57th.
On both days both athletes had trouble in the middle section of the course, effectively ending any chance of making the finals.
NSWIS mogul skiing Head Coach Peter Topalovic commented after race:
"The long and successful week at the World Championships prior to Are event really took a toll on the athletes both mentally and physically."
"Both boys were skiing well in training on the event days, but made mistakes in the middle section on both competition days."
"We now head to Sierra Nevada, Spain, for the final World Cup of the year where I am confident both skiers will improve."
The AIS mogul skiing program elected to skip the final two World Cup events to focus on commencing strength and conditioning for the Olympic year.