Mitchell Gourley will serve a further two years as athletes representative on the World Para Alpine Skiing Sport Technical Committee after being re-elected to the role for a second term.
The Australian, who has won the men's super combined standing title at the ongoing World Championships in Tarvisio, beat stiff competition in a vote held during the event.
Great Britain’s Sochi 2014 visually impaired super-G champion Kelly Gallagher, New Zealand’s Vancouver 2010 slalom winner Adam Hall and Austria’s seven-time Paralympic sitting medallist Claudia Lösch were also on the ballot.
More than 70 athletes spanning 21 countries participated in the election.
“It’s exciting," said Gourley following his success.
"I’m really proud and honoured to have the chance to do it again.
"It’s something which is really hardwork but really rewarding.”
The 25-year-old cited "establishing lines of communication with all the athletes" as his key priority.
"So going from the STC [Sport Technical Committee] through the representative to the focus group, advisory group and then out to all the athletes and really trying to establish those and get as much information as far as we can," he added.
“Also to focus on the classification research that we are really working towards to improve classification post Korea [Pyeongchang 2018 Paralympic Games].
"The door is always open for more help and assistance.”
Votes for the snowboard and Nordic skiing representatives will be held at their respective World Championships next month.