The leading performance came from AIS / NSWIS athlete Britt Cox, who placed seventh, narrowly missing the top six super final.
Her seventh place result means that Cox maintains her world ranking of four.
Fellow AIS / NSWIS athlete Nicole Parks had the best day of her career, recording a personal best 11th place finish and has lifted her ranking from 30 after the first World Cup of the season to currently sit in 20th spot.
In the men's event, AIS / NSWIS athlete Dale Begg-Smith was the best placed of the Australians finishing 12th, with Matt Graham, another AIS / NSWIS scholarship holder, was 13th. The two had exactly the same score, but were separated on a countback.
The women's World Cup was won by Canadian Justine Dufour-Lapointe, with American Hannah Kearney second and another Canadian Chloe Dufour-Lapointe in third.
Canadian Mikael Kingsbury took the win from compatriot Alex Bilodeau and American Patrick Deneen in third.
Other Australian results in the 1988 Olympic Winter Games host city, held in minus 18 degrees Celsius, saw NSWIS skier Taylah-Paige O’Neill finish 22nd and AIS / NSWIS athletes Brodie Summers 29th and Sam Hall 40th.
AIS mogul skiing program head coach Steve Desovich was impressed by the speed down the steep challenging course by Cox.
Cox is benefitting from working tirelessly on strength and conditioning during the off season and in the event she was the second fastest woman on the course.
“It was a slightly above average day but we’ll definitely have to build on it,” Desovich said.
“Britt had a very good run in the first final and actually I was pretty impressed with the run.
“Her speed was very encouraging.”