Kurt Oatway claimed the overall men's downhill sitting title with victory at the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) Alpine Skiing World Cup finals in Aspen today.
The Canadian Paralympian clocked 1 min 12.93 sec on Buttermilk Mountain in the American resort, to seal his place at the top of the leaderboard.
Austria's Roman Rabl came home in 1:14.43 for silver with Japan's Akira Kano clocking 1:14.91 for bronze.
"The course today when the sit skiers got to go was a bit soft and bumpy,” Oatway said.
“It wasn’t an easy track by any stretch but manageable and I pulled out a win today.
“It’s a massive improvement over last year and right now I’m sitting third for overall [men’s sitting].”
A number of other skiers also clinched crystal globes for overall titles despite not finishing top of the podium on the day.
Twenty-year-old German Anna-Lena Forster was third in the women's sitting which proved to be enough, with her time of 1:22.62 behind her compatriot Anna Schaffelhuber, the Paralympic champion who descended in 1:20.89 for the race win.
American Laurie Stephens managed 1:21.06 for second on the day and was also runner-up overall.
In the men's visually impaired, Canada's world champion Mac Marcoux sealed the overall title with guide and brother BJ.
Their time of 1:12.81 was enough for second on the day, behind American Mark Bathum who backed up his race win yesterday with guide Cade Yamamoto in a time of 1:12.04.
Russia's Ivan Frantsev timed at 1:14.11 to take bronze with guide German Agranovskii.
The women's visually impaired title went to Belgium's Eleonor Sana, who was absent today amid a British clean sweep of the podium.
Millie Knight was timed at 1:19.70 to lead her teammates with guide Brett Wild, with Menna Fitzpatrick, guided by Jennifer Kehoe, second in 1:21.73.
Paralympic super-G champion Kelly Gallagher came home in 1:22.17 for bronze with Gary Smith.
In the men's standing, Austria's Paralympic champion Markus Salcher recorded 1:14.83 for second place and overall victory.
New Zealand's Adam Hall won on the day in 1:14.71, with Russia's world champion Aleksei Bugaev third in 1:14.91.
France's Marie Bochet, already assured of the women's standing overall title, continued her winning streak in 1:18.66.
The Paralympic and world champion finished ahead of American Stephenie Jallen who timed at 1:18.90 and Dutch skier Anna Jochemsen who managed 1:22.39.
The overall super-G globe winners will now be decided in Aspen tomorrow and Friday (March 4).