Rolling straight into finals, the women then lead things off, with strong runs from Katie Ormerod (GBR) and top-qualifier Kokomo Murase bested by pre-competition favorite Zoi Sadowski-Synnott and her first-run score of 82.50.
However, that was before Jamie Anderson was able to put down a clean run, and when the 31-year-old did so in her second and final attempt of the day she laced a top-to-bottom that would give her a score of 86.32 for the win.
Starting things off on the rails with a front board to fakie, Jamie Anderson then went cab boardslide switch-up to Frontboard on the flat down, before a perfect lipslide 270 off on the big rainbow rail. Through the jumps, she then went with a smooth backside Rodeo 540 Melon into a massive cab double cork 1080 Weddle to finish things off for her third career Mammoth victory.
“I feel really happy, really proud of myself,” Jamie Anderson said after her third career Mammoth World Cup win, “I had a pretty hard week. Today was the first day I even got to hit the second jump…I missed all the practice before qualification. I’m so hyped. My family’s here, California is my stomping grounds, so this one feels special to me.”
Second place for the women with a score of 82.50 went to reigning slopestyle World Champion Zoi Sadowski-Synnott, for her third-straight World Cup podium and the sixth of her career.
Kokomo Murase would round out the podium in third with a score of 77.94, maintaining her lead on the slopestyle and Park & Pipe overall World Cup standings in the process.