The NSWIS rider advanced through to the big final, and avoided a fall from Eva Samkova of the Czech Repubic to cross the finish line in third place, extending her streak to three straight podiums
Finishing ahead of Brockhoff on the podium was Chloe Trespeuch from France who won the gold medal, with Michela Moioli of Italy in second place.
With one event remaining, Brockhoff is currently ranked second on the World Cup standings on 3500 points, with Moioli 900 points ahead in first place with 4400 points.
“I am super happy with the result here in Spain” said Brockhoff after landing on the podium.
“Last time l was here three years ago I ruptured my ACL for the first time, so this is a big win for me regardless of the medal colour.”
“I’ve had my best season ever and I’ve worked so hard for it these last two years. I’m very excited to see what I can do next year and I’m looking forward to more hard work after this season.
2018 Olympic Medallist Jarryd Hughes was the highest placed male athlete in 13th place, with NSWIS teammates Alex Pullin in 21st, Cameron Bolton 25th and Adam Dickson 44th.
The snowboard cross tour now moves to Veysonnaz, Switzerland, for the final event of the season on March 15.