Mathilde Gremauld of Switzerland won her second successive title at the International Ski Federation (FIS) Freestyle Skiing Big Air World Cup in Modena.
The Pyeongchang 2018 Winter Olympic slopestyle silver medallist had triumphed at the same event last year, topping the podium once again with a score of 178.00 points.
Compatriot Giulia Tanno was behind her with 159.50 points, while Dara Howell of Canada finished third with 151.50.
Mathilde Gremaud picked up right where she left off last season on Sunday night, putting down two silky smooth runs to take her second straight victory on Italian soil at the Skipass big air World Cup event in Modena #skipassmodena pic.twitter.com/qpY4BwgEU2— FISfreestyle (@FISfreestyle) November 3, 2019
Alexander Hall was the winner in the men's competition, continuing his good form from last season which included an X Games gold medal in Aspen.
The American scored 184.00 points to win, with Birk Ruud of Norway second on 181.75.
Completing the podium was Andri Ragettli of Switzerland with 176.75.
The next FIS Freestyle Skiing Big Air World Cup is due to take place in the Austrian resort of Saint Anton on November 29.