Australia's freestyle ski queen Jakara Anthony has once again led from start to finish to clinch World Cup success.
Having blown away her opposition in the season-opener in Ruka, Finland, last week, moguls specialist Anthony made it back-to-back wins in six days with another dominant display at Idre Fjall in Sweden.
Crowned Olympic champion at the Beijing Games in 2022, the in-form 25-year-old led from start to finish, replicating her Finnish display by moving through all three rounds of the competition in first place.
In the super-final medal round, Anthony put down a commanding run to score 79.74, finishing a huge 7.32 points ahead of second-placed Rino Yanagimoto of Japan (79.42). American Olivia Giaccio (72.16) was third.
"It's a pretty cool way to kick off the season, winning the first event and then backing up here" Anthony said.
"We have another five starts before Christmas, so looking to keep carrying that momentum.
"It's going to be exciting with dual moguls coming up tomorrow, speed will be important in there, it's easy to get stuck in the face of the bumps and slow down."
In the men's event, Olympian Cooper Woods made it through to the finals for the second week in a row, finishing in ninth place, while 20-year-old Oliver Logan achieved a personal best result of 33rd.
The action continues on Saturday in Sweden, with the first dual mogul World Cup of the season.
Australian Associated Press