Jakara Anthony and Matt Graham stand atop the podium after they both clinched gold at Deer Valley ©FIS

There was a double dose of success for Australia in the United States as Jakara Anthony and Matt Graham claimed the respective women’s and men’s moguls titles in the latest leg of the International Ski and Snowboard Federation (FIS) Freestyle Ski World Cup in Deer Valley.

Anthony claimed her fourth victory in five moguls events this season, while Graham also delivered gold for Australia in the resort in Utah.

After Japan’s Anri Kawamura ended Anthony’s winning streak at last week’s event in Val Saint-Côme, the Australian ensured she was back on top of the podium.

Anthony secured victory after registering a score of 80.15 points to increase her advantage at the top of the overall moguls standings.

Holding an unassailable 150-point lead over France’s Perrine Laffont, Anthony is set to receive the Crystal Globe for the second consecutive year at the final event at Almaty in March.

American Jaelin Kauf came the closest to denying Anthony victory, posting a score of 77.35 points to seal second spot.

After missing out on a podium place in Val Saint-Côme, Laffont boosted her medal collection with bronze at Deer Valley after scoring 77.17 points.

There was more joy for Australia in the men’s event as Graham claimed his first World Cup win in more than two years.

Graham clinched the title after notching 85.35 points as he saw off Canada's Mikaël Kingsbury, who came second with 83.65.

Despite falling short of gold, Kingsbury ensured his 22nd Crystal Globe of his career to tie Swiss great Conny Kissling for the most titles in FIS Freestyle Ski World Cup history.

France’s Ben Cavet completed the podium when he earned the bronze medal with 81.82 points.