Slovenian Ilka Štuhec and Peter Fill of Italy wrapped up the women's and men's overall International Ski Federation (FIS) Alpine Skiing World Cup downhill titles respectively on a dramatic day of racing in Aspen.
Štuhec, the recently-crowned world champion, secured the downhill crystal globe in style as she won the women's competition by clocking a time of 1:36.95.
The 26-year-old capped off a dream season with the victory, with American Lindsey Vonn comfortably adrift in second.
Vonn, who claimed Olympic downhill gold at Vancouver 2010, suffered a nasty crash at the finish and had to be freed by race staff.
Third place went to Sofia Goggia of Italy, who was forced to settle for second on the overall downhill leaderboard.
Štuhec finished the season with a score of 597 points, 137 in front of Goggia.
Lara Gut of Switzerland, who was ruled out for the rest of the season last month due to an injury sustained at the World Championships in St Moritz, ended the downhill campaign in third.
"It’s amazing," said Štuhec.
"I mean it’s been an incredible season and right now that this [globe] is here, it’s heavy.
"Everything else will come later, I guess.
"I wanted to do like every other time this season like ski the best way possible and do my best and we’ll see what comes.
"And ending the season with a win and a globe, it’s pretty good."
In the men's event, Fill did enough to seal his second consecutive downhill crystal globe as he finished today's race second behind team-mate Dominik Paris.
Paris completed the course in 1:33.07, just 0.08 quicker than Fill, with Carlo Janka of Switzerland coming through to take third.
Fill, a double World Championships medallist, topped the standings with 454 points, 23 ahead of Norwegian Kjetil Jansrud, whose 11th place finish today proved costly.
Paris clinched third spot on the overall leaderboard.
"Again, I was every time close on the victory," said Fill.
"No victory this year in downhill, but in the end, I pick up the thing that counts, and that's the nicest thing."
The event in Aspen continues tomorrow with the men's and women's super-G races.