Anna Gasser lands first ladies' triple invert
Anna Gasser (AUT) in action at the Modena BA World Cup ©FIS Snowboard/Mateusz Kielpinski

In 2013 she became the first female rider to land a cab double cork 900 and today she has raised the stakes once again, as Austria's Anna Gasser took things to the next level by becoming the first female rider to stomp a triple invert with a triple underflip.

Gasser shared the video below after training today in her homeland on the Stubai Glacier, with reports coming out of the "Zoo" suggesting she put down this historic feat cleanly on the first try - once again confirming her place as one of the most progressive riders of all time while forging the path forward for ladies' snowboarding in an incredible fashion. 

Already in the past year Gasser has won big air gold at the PyeongChang 2018 Olympic Winter Games and at X Games Aspen 2018, as well as the FIS World Cup big air crystal globe for the second season in a row in 2017/18. It seems that a remarkable 12 months in Gasser's career has just taken a turn to the sublime after her achievement on Tuesday.

Gasser's historic day comes just over three weeks after the USA's Chloe Kim became the first female rider to put down a double corked 1080 in the halfpipe, making this autumn one for the record books and setting the stage for what should be a thrilling 2018/19 winter season.