Perrine Laffont made it five wins from five this season in Calgary ©Getty Images

Perrine Laffont made it five wins from five in this season’s International Ski Federation (FIS) Freestyle Ski World Cup in the moguls in Calgary in Canada.

The French skier has yet to be lose a World Cup event this season, having won four moguls contests and the one dual moguls event.

In her last nine World Cup matches, Laffont has won eight, with her last defeat being in the final event of last season’s moguls to Kazakhstan’s Yulia Galysheva.

Galysheva has been Laffont’s closest rival in her past three moguls events, finishing on a score of 80.69 to the winner’s 81.22.

Galysheva’s speed was her downfall as she had the slowest run in the final, losing more than one point to the Frenchwoman on time points, with only 0.53 being the difference between first and second.

Justine Dufour-Lapointe would take a popular bronze medal in her home nation, her second after placing third behind the same duo in Thaiwoo in China.

All three also sit in that order in the moguls World Cup standings.

Mikaël Kingsbury took his second home victory of the season in the men's competition - his 60th World Cup win - and he's now won four out of five events this season.

The Canadian would finish second in qualifying behind the only man to defeat him this season, Japan’s Ikuma Horishima.

Despite having the second-slowest time in the final, the World Cup leader was dominant in the air section before taking an incredible score of 55.20 in his turns to finish four points clear of second in a score of 89.09.

Sweden’s 19-year-old prodigy Walter Wallberg recorded his best result in the World Cup so far, breaking the Kingsbury-Horishima hold over gold and silver to finish second, scoring consistently across the board.

Kazakhstan's Dmitriy Reikherd won his first World Cup medal since 2018, securing his podium finish with a strong showing on the turns.

Horishima missed the podium for the first time this season after a disastrous showing on the turns, losing vital points.

With great scores in the air and on time, he was 0.04 ahead of eventual winner Kingsbury, but would finish more than eight points behind in the turns as he could only muster fifth place.

Kingsbury's win extends his lead at the top of the overall FIS Freestyle World Cup standings ahead of Horishima and ski cross' Canadian Kevin Drury. 

The tour returns with a doubleheader in Deer Valley in United States on February 6 to 8 for the moguls and dual moguls.