Canada's Marielle Thompson secured a third consecutive FIS Ski Cross World Cup victory in front of a home crowd today ©Getty Images

Canada's Brady Leman and Marielle Thompson concluded the International Ski Federation (FIS) Ski Cross World Cup season by claiming home victories in the respective men's and women's races in Blue Mountain in Ontario.

Thompson had already wrapped up the women's crystal globe going into the final event of the campaign, but she showed no signs of complacency on her way to securing a third consecutive victory to finish on 965 points.

Her victory was a repeat of that in Blue Mountain in February 2012, the last time a World Cup competition was held at the venue. 

"It feels really good to win on home soil, with a repeat of last time we were here," Thompson said.

"To take the win and get the globe here in front of my friends and family is indescribable."

Sweden's Sandra Naeslund and Switzerland’s Fanny Smith finished second and third respectively today and ended up in the same positions in the overall standings.

Naeslund finished 175 points behind Thompson, with Smith a further 107 back.

Canada's Brittany Phelan just missed out on today's podium, finishing fourth.

Canada's Brady Leman won today's men's event ©Getty Images
Canada's Brady Leman won today's men's event ©Getty Images

In the men’s event, Leman held off compatriot Christopher Delbosco to claim his second win of the season.

It marked a repeat of the top two in Blue Mountain in February 2012.

"It’s an amazing day for our team," Leman said.

"Del and I going one-two for the men, Marielle and Britt taking first and fourth for the ladies.

"We just showed that our team is deep and everyone's still rolling strong at the end of the year."

Third place went to Slovenia's Filip Flisar.

France's Jean-Frédéric Chapuis did not compete today having already secured the men's crystal globe.

His total of 763 points saw him finish 42 clear of nearest challenger Leman, while third place went to Switzerland's Alex Fiva on 639 after he finished ninth today.

Canada were awarded with the Nations Cup trophy at the competition's end.

"Taking home the Nations Cup is something that means a lot to our team," Leman added.

"We work a lot on team values and team culture even though ski cross is an individual sport.

"It's great for us to reach this goal."