As Kelsey Serwa (CAN) raced to Silver in the Rosa Khutor Extreme Park, Team Canada secured the third 1-2 result at the Sochi Winter Gams after having locked in Gold in Silver in both, men's and ladies moguls before.
Anna Holmlund (SWE) rounded out the podium as third capitalizing on a crash of pre-race favourite Ophelie David (FRA) thus bringing home the first Olympic freestyle skiing medal for her home country in 20 years.
However, Marielle Thompson and Kelsey Serwa stood out capping an outstanding performance from the Canada freestyle skiing team at the Sochi 2014 Olympic Winter Games.
Thompson was the third fastest skier in the seeding round earlier in the day, ranking just 0.11 seconds behind top seed Serwa and 0.10 behind second seed David.
Proving she has another gear come head-to-head competitions, Thompson proceeded to win each of her heats handily in the march to the finals, including a statement semi-final in which she trounced David.
Until then David had looked to be the women to beat, putting down several calm and focused runs in a bid to win the last piece of hardware needed to complete her trophy case - an Olympic medal.
Serwa and Holmlund went through from their semifinal after a mistake by pre-race favourite and 2013 World Champion Fanny Smith (SUI) opened the door for the two women, who were sitting in third and fourth in the heat.
With the final featuring two former World Champions in David and Serwa, along with World Cup winners Holmlund and Thompson, a tight race seemed inevitable.
Out of the start gate and through the leading straightaway, the four skiers were neck and neck before Thompson'a superior rhythm through the roller section pushed her into a lead that would not be challenged. Serwa fell into Thompson's draught and the teammates cruised their way to a 1-2 finish.