By Craig Bohnert | Dec. 17, 2016, 3:44 p.m. (ET)
Jamie Anderson competes in the slopestyle finals at the FIS Snowboard World Cup during the Winter Games NZ at Cardrona Alpine Resort on Aug. 22, 2015 in Wanaka, New Zealand.

Jamie Anderson may think the winner’s podium has only one step: the top.

With her victory Saturday in the big air competition at the U.S. Grand Prix in Copper Mountain, Colorado, she scored her sixth world cup podium finish, and every one of them have been gold. The U.S. Grand Prix is part of the world cup circuit.

The reigning slopestyle Olympic champion scored 151.25 to secure her second world cup win in big air, an event that will debut at the PyeongChang 2018 Olympic Winter Games. She also holds four world cup wins in slopestyle.

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Finland’s Enni Rukajarvi took the silver with her 147.00, just a half point ahead of Klaudia Medlova of Slovakia. The former gymnast posted the highest single score of the afternoon with a 91.00 on her third run. The second highest came from Team USA’s Julia Marino, who opened with an 84.75, but was unable to back it up with another solid score. The second-place finisher at the world cup opener in Alpensia, Korea, Marino was forced to settle for fourth at 136.75.

The finals field was reduced from six to four when Norway’s Kjersti Buaas and Katie Ormerod of Great Britain withdrew prior to the final runs due to injury.

The event was part of the first-ever Team USA Winter Champions Series broadcast live on NBC.

Catch The Action

Winter Champions Series: Julia Marino - Big Air, First Run
Winter Champions Series: Jamie Anderson - Big Air, Third Run
Winter Champions Series: Jamie Anderson And Julia Marino Big Air Interview
Winter Champions Series: Jamie Anderson - Big Air, Second Run