The halfpipe competition in Calgary was the final World Cup tour event of the season, with the podium performance moving Guseli into second place in the end of season rankings.
The NSWIS rider has further increased his lead the top of the World Cup snowboard standings, incorporating results from halfpipe, slopestyle and big air events in the race for the overall park & pipe “crystal globe” title.
\In the best of three run finals format, Guseli had his highest score in his final run, scoring 82 points, to give the 17-year-old the sixth World Cup podium of his career.
Finishing ahead of Guseli in first place was Japanese rider Ruka Hirano with 88.50 points, with his fellow countryman Shuichiro Shigeno in third with 81.75.
Also in action for Australia making her World Cup debut was Sascha Elvy in ninth place, just missing out on the eight woman final.
Two days later Guseli was back in action competing in the slopestyle discipline.
Drawn in heat two, Guseli qualified for finals in second place giving him a direct path to the final avoiding the semi-final stage.
In the best of three run final, Guseli had his highest score in run two, with 70.70 points, which put him in sixth place.
The teenager is now ranked an incredible first by an unassailable margin of 126 points in the overall snowboard park & pipe standings, and has already finished the season ranked second in halfpipe, first in big air and is currently second in slopestyle with only one event remaining in Silvaplana, Switzerland, on March 26.
Up next is the FIS Snowboard World Championships in Bakuriani, Georgia, which will run from February 19 to March 5, with Guseli's first event the snowboard slopestyle qualifications on February 24.