Pyeongchang was Anthony's Olympic debut and claimed fourth in the Super Final after scoring a 75.38.

Cox, who headed into the Super Final with the second highest score, gave a bit too much air, finished in fifth with 75.08. 

The pair made the finals after Anthony had her best run of the competition with a 76.85 with Cox making it through with a 78.28. 

Earlier, Anthony along with Claudia Gueli and Madii Himbury competed in the second qualification 2 after finishing outside the top 10 needed to automatically qualify for the first final. 

Unfortunately, Gueli fell between two of her jumps in the qualification and finished 23rd overall, which was not enough to make final one. 

In final one, Himbury finished in 20th with a score of 68.19. 

Anthony was stoked with her result for her first Winter Olympics.

"I am so happy," she told Channel 7.

"It is bittersweet missing out on the podium but I'm still stoked and it is my best result yet."

Cox goal coming into the event was to go for it. 

"I truly believe I went for it tonight and pushed it a little to hard in that super final there," she said.

"The girls on the podium and Jakara's performance there very well deserving of their results.

"I'm so proud of Jakara and the entire team," Cox said.

19-year-old Perrine Laffont took out the gold medal for France with a score of 78.65.