By Nick Butler

Alexey Bugaev was among those continuing winning form in St Moritz ©Getty ImagesCanada's Mac Marcoux, France's Marie Bochet, Germany's Anna Schaffelhuber and Russia's Alexey Bugaev were among those who brought the curtain down in perfect fashion on the final day of the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) Alpine Skiing World Cup Finals in St Moritz.

Marcoux, the Sochi 2014 Paralympic giant slalom champion, showed he is heading into the World Championships at the end of the month in the form of his life, after winning a second successive visually impaired slalom competition.

Along with guide Robin Femy, Marcoux stopped the clock in 1min 26.86sec to finish ahead of Russia's Ivan Frantsev and Austria's Christian Hesch, by a mammoth seven and 15 seconds respectively.

On a day of sub zero temperatures and foggy conditions in which the winners list bore substantial similarity to that seen yesterday in the Swiss resort, Marie Bochet secured a hatrick of titles by finishing ahead of German rival Andrea Rothfuss in the standing category.

There was Russian domination once again in the equivalent men's event as 17-year-old Alexey Bugaev defeated compatriot Alexander Alyabyev to complete an unbeaten season in World Cup slalom events.

Robin Cuche of Switzerland finished third. 

US visually impaired star Danelle Umstead was another multiple winner in St Moritz ©Getty ImagesUS visually impaired star Danelle Umstead was another multiple winner in St Moritz
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The same three skiers featured on the sitting slalom podium as yesterday, with Germany's five-time Paralympic champion Anna Schaffelhuber triumphing again ahead of Austria's Claudia Loesch, with another German, Anna-Lena Forster, third. 

Danelle Umstead, guided by husband Rob, also triumphed again in the women's visually impaired division, ahead of Great Britain's Millie Knight, while Germany's Georg Kreiter won in the men's sitting class. 

France's Frederic Francois recovered from ninth after his first run to take second place, while Takeshi Suzuki of Japan placed third.

The World Cup Finals was one of the final tests ahead of the IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships in Panorama, Canada, beginning on February 28, which is set to feature around 130 of the world's best skiers from 30 countries.

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