Kennedy-Sim made a positive start to the event, performing well in qualifying to advance though to finals for both days in seventh place.
On day one of competition, Kennedy-Sim won her quarter-final round, but unfortunatley placed fourth in the semi-final to miss out on advancing to the final medal round. In the small-final, Kennedy-Sim won her second heat of the day, to finish in fifth place overall, her best result of the season.
On day two, Kennedy-Sim narrowly missed out on advancing to the semi-final stage, finishing third in the quarter-final, giving her an overall placing of tenth.
After the race, a happy Kennedy-Sim commented on her performance.
"The racing at Feldberg was some of the tightest racing I have ever seen. Almost every heat had a photo finish."
"I am so happy with both my fifth and tenth place performances this weekend. I was skiing very fast all week and look forward to continuing racing next week in Sunny Valley, Russia."
After Feldberg, Kennedy-Sim is currently ranked 14th on the World Cup standings with three events remaining.
A number of SSA athletes were also in action in Feldberg, with Robbie Morrison making his World Cup debut in 52nd, Doug Crawford 54th and Lilly Speiser 26th.
IMAGE - Sami Kennedy-Sim (second from left) in a tight heat in Feldberg © FIS