Anna Schaffelhuber claimed a third win of the week to seal the overall super-G title at the World Para Alpine Skiing World Cup Finals today.
The German has already won a super-G race at the Jeongseon resort this week as well as a downhill title.
She further showed her aptitude for the Pyeongchang 2018 Winter Paralympic course by triumphing in 1min 30.02 today.
“I’m pretty happy about this victory today," she said afterwards.
"I’m really having a lot of fun at the moment.
"Here with the slope, it’s a lot of fun and I’m really happy."
Momoka Muraoka of Japan finished in second place in 1:32.12 while fellow German Anna-Lena Forster took third in 1:36.08.
Schaffelhuber was one of three individuals to claim World Cup titles today on the final day of the super-G season.
Slovakia's Miroslav Haraus also secured the men's visually impaired spoils while American Andrew Kurka won the men's sitting event.
Haraus and guide Maros Hudik finished second, 3.21 behind Italy’s Giacomo Bertagnolli and guide Fabrizio Casal's winning time of 1:26.48.
Slovakia also took bronze courtesy of Jakub Krako and guide Branislav Brozman, who clocked 1:30.51.
Jeroen Kampschreur of The Netherlands won the race in 1:25.39, beating New Zealand's Corey Peters by 0.86 seconds.
Slovakian world champion Henrieta Farkasova continued her fine form alongside guide Natalia Subrtova in the women's visually impaired class.
The duo have already sealed the World Cup title but won in 1:31.33.
Australia’s Melissa Perrine and guide Andrew Bor placed second in 1:32.59.
Britain’s Menna Fitzpatrick and guide Jennifer Kehoe took third in 1:37.74.
France claimed both standing division victories.
Marie Bochet continued her return from injury to beat Germany's World Cup champion Andrea Rothfuss by 0.34 after clocking 1:34.38.
Canada’s Alana Ramsay was third.in 1:35.74.
Sixteen-year-old Arthur Bauchet then triumphed by just 0.07 in the men's class.
His time of 1:28.91 saw him beat Alexis Guimond, 17, of Canada while 18-year-old Swiss Robin Cuche completed the all-teenage podium by taking bronze in 1:29.17.
A rest day will take place tomorrow before giant slalom races on Friday and Saturday (March 17 and 18).