Anthony was among a large group of Australian Moguls skiers in action at the Deer Valley World Cup and one of two Aussie females to progress through to the final, the other being Britt Cox.
18-year-old Anthony finished the qualifying session in seventh position, scoring 70.80.
Her performance in the final was awarded a score of 72.26 and this eclipsed her previous personal best which she achieved at the Calgary World Cup a week ago. Ultimately she finished 14th in the field of 33.
With the Asian Winter Games just around the corner Anthony has lifted her game at the right time. At her first two World Cup outings of the season (Lake Placid and Val St Come) she was earning scores in the early 60's.
“It’s nice to know my skiing is getting rewarded and I have the ability to get up there. Hopefully I can produce another good result," Anthony said.
The emerging Moguls skier gets her first chance to ski for her country in Sapporo (JPN) at the Asian Winter Games.
“I’ve heard there’s a lot of snow in Japan so I’m hoping the course is pretty similar to what we’ve been skiing here," she said.
Britt Cox added another podium finish to her season tally, finishing in third place behind Mogan Child (USA) and Marika Pertakhiya (RUS). It is Cox's fourth podium finish from five starts this season, her other three outings earning gold.
In the men's division AWG athlete Cooper Woods-Topalovic was on track for a good run in his first World Cup start, but he picked up a little too much speed in the middle section of the course and did not finish. It is onwards and upwards for the 16-year-old who will join Anthony in Sapporo as part of the Australian moguls team.