Kennedy-Sim started the event off strongly, qualifying in ninth place, but unfortunately in her first round heat in finals, she crossed the line in fourth, and was unable to advance to the semi final stage.
After three competitions, Kennedy-Sim is currently in 13th place on the World Cup standings.
Also in action for Australia was Doug Crawford, who placed 58th in qualifying.
Two time Olympian Anton Grimus was unable to compete after a heavy crash in training forced him to miss the event.
It’s a quick turnaround for the Ski Cross athletes, with two World Cup events in the next week as part of the Cross Alps Tour, which sees six competitions at four venues over the course of 17 days.
The first event is in Arosa, Switzerland, on December 17, with the final event of 2019 in Innichen, Italy, on December 22.