France enjoyed a golden day of giant slalom success as both Tessa Worley and Alexis Pinturault triumphed on the International Ski Federation (FIS) World Cup circuit.
Worley stretched her World Cup lead in Maribor after recovering from third place after the first run.
This made her the first Frenchwoman to win World Cup 11 giant slalom races to pass Carole Merle's mark
Worley's opening time of 1min 08.33sec put her third behind United States' Mikaela Shiffrin and Italy's Sofia Goggia.
But she sped down Slovenia slopes second time around for a combined time of 2:16.96.
This saw her prevail by 0.16 over Goggia.
Switzerland's Lara Gut rose to third place, on 2:17.12, while Shiffrin had to settled for fourth, a further 0.09 back.
Worley now leads Shiffrin by 85 points in the giant slalom standings.
The American leads Gut overall by 205 points, with Worley a further 80 behind.
Two-time Olympic champion Tina Maze appeared to end her career in bizarre fashion on home snow.
The 33-year-old Slovenian stopped before the finish, took off her skis and lifted them over the line on foot before being given a DNF.
It was billed as the last race of her illustrious career, although it is possible she could change her mind.
It came on the same venue where she had made her World Cup debut in 1999.
Pinturault completed the French double with men's giant slalom victory in the Swiss resort of Adelboden.
He triumphed in 2:23.99 to win by just 0.04 over five-time defending overall champion Marcel Hirscher of Austria in front of a huge crowd.
It meant Pinturault becomes the most successful Frenchman in World Cup history after surpassing Jean-Claude Killy's tally of 18 wins.
Austria also claimed third place courtesy of Philipp Schoerghofer in 2:25.93.