French skater Julien Cudot is on top of the FIRS Roller Freestyle World Cup standings, with 26,200 points ahead of compatriots Yuma Baudoin and Roman Abrate.
Great Britain's Joe Atkinson is in fourth with another French rider, Romain Godenaire, in fifth.
Cudot did not even make the podium in Chegdu, finishing in fifth behind Baudoin, Atkinson and Stephane Torres, of Switzerland.
“I’m into airtime, so it’s not really a big disappointment, and it’s a friend of mine who has won,” said Cudot, who added: “I hope the competition format continues this way.”
Baudoin, a university biology student, brought a 540 true-spin top soul and 1260, three-and-a-half rotations, in the best trick component to take his points tally to 24,900 after the three stages in Montpellier, Budapest and Chengdu.
“It’s awesome," he said.
"It’s a big, big competition with lots of riders, so it’s awesome to win this."
Teenage French skateboarding star Joseph Garbaccio has won the FISE Skateboard Street Pro competition in Chengdu, China.
The 19-year-old finished with 76.33 points ahead of Russia's Konstantine Kabanov, who scored 71.0 points, and Martin Pek of the Czech Republic with 70.33 points.
“I’m pretty nostalgic because my first ever international competition was FISE Chengdu three years ago, where I won as well,” said Garbaccio.
It proved to be a memorable return to the city of Chengdu, the capital of southwestern China's Sichuan province, on Garbaccio's return from injury.
After touring Brazil with the French team and then moving to the United States, the talented youngster secured the Montpellier stop then promptly hurt his ankle, putting him out of action for two months.
That setback wasn’t evident on Sunday, however, as he soared through the air scoring big props from both judges and crowd for his amplitude.
His four-and-a-half metre transfer indie proved particularly impressive, though he packed his winning run out with a front-flip down the rail, mollie manual, back disaster, flip front-board and hurricane.
He also secured two of the three “best trick” wins, following the first leg of the competition.
The finals saw the best 12 riders from Saturday’s semi-final round showcase their talent in two one-minute runs, with the best run of two determining their result.
The judges look for the skater’s amplitude, speed, flow, and style, along with the athlete’s technical ability, the degree of difficulty of the trick's showcases, his uprightness and ability to explore the whole park.
“It was a nice contest with a high level of riders coming out from all around the world, and we have a nice experience with the Chinese crowd,” said Cudot, the head judge.
American Nick Bruce won the BMX Freestyle ahead of Australian Logan Martin with American Colton Walker in third and Briton Alex Coleborn, fourth.
BMX freestyle park was officially added to the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games programme earlier this year.