Japan's Anri Kawamura and Kisara Sumiyoshi finished second and third, respectively, in the women's moguls at the International Ski Federation freestyle ski World Cup held Thursday in Deer Valley, Utah.
Reigning Olympic champion Perrine Laffont of France, who was the best-performing skier in all three categories -- time, air and turns -- earned the moguls crystal globe with her fourth World Cup win in a row. Her final total was 83.23 points.
Sixteen-year-old runner-up Kawamura scored 80.94 for her third straight podium finish and 20-year-old Sumiyoshi scored 79.55 for her first podium finish at a World Cup event.
Ikuma Horishima, who was seeking his second World Cup win this season, finished fifth in the men's moguls final won by 2018 Olympic gold medalist Mikael Kingsbury of Canada.
Kingsbury returned to competition just two months after breaking two vertebrae in his back in training.