NSWIS mogul skiing athletes Jakara Anthony and Matt Graham have again finished close to achieving their first podiums of the season, placing fourth and sixth places respectively in Calgary, Canada.
Anthony came agonisingly close, just 0.05 points from taking the bronze medal.
This result was her fourth super final performance of the season.
Olympic silver medalist Graham qualified for the super final in third place, but made some mistakes in the turns leading into the bottom air, landing him in 6th place.
Brodie Summers qualified for the final in 11th place, and finished 15th in the final after battling illness during the week.
"Rough week in Calgary. I’ve been feeling under the weather all week. My day ended placing 15th in the final."
"I’m doing everything that I can to facilitate a quick recovery as we make our way to Deer Valley for the next event."
After five World Cup events, Anthony is ranked number four on the World Cup standings, with Graham in fifth, and Summers 12th.
Other Australian results included Cooper Woods-Topalovic with a personal best 17th place finish, Sophie Ash 22nd, James Matheson 23rd, Claudia Gueli 24th and Ben Matsumoto 44th.
IMAGE: Jakara Anthony tearing up the Calgary bumps © FIS Freestyle