Andri Ragettli won the ski slopestyle World Cup title ©Getty Images

Switzerland's Andri Ragettli sealed the overall Ski Slopestyle World Cup title with a silver-medal performance at the season-ending event in Seiseralm today.

He regained the title he last won in 2016 as American Nicholas Goepper clinched gold at the Italian resort.

Goepper scored 92.60 points with Ragettli, a World Cup winner in Snowmass in the United States in January, tallying 91.20.

Britain's James Woods scored 89.20 for bronze.

It meant Ragettli earned 80 points to top the overall standings on 420.

Norway's Ferdinand Dahl finished second on 277 with Sweden's Oscar Wester third on 272.

The overall World Cup champion in women's snowboard slopestyle was also crowned in Seiseralm today as Sofya Fyodorova of Russia won gold to move to the top of the standings.

Caroline Claire of the United States won World Cup slopestyle gold ©Getty Images
Caroline Claire of the United States won World Cup slopestyle gold ©Getty Images

Her score of 80.46 gave her 1,000 World Cup points and she ends the season on 1,720 overall.

Norway's Silje Norendal was second today on 78.26 with Czech Republic's Sarka Pancochova third on 76.05.

Japanese duo Reira Iwabuchi and Miyabi Onitsuka have shared silver in the overall rankings, both tallying 1,300 points.

In the women's ski slopestyle, Sweden's Jennie-Lee Burmansson had already wrapped up the overall title prior to today's competition.

She finished sixth today as American Caroline Claire clinched gold on 84.00.

Britain's Isabel Atkin added to her Pyeongchang 2018 Olympic bronze with silver on 80.40 and Canada's Yuki Tsubota was third on 80.00.

More freestyle skiing World Cups will take place over the weekend.

The ski cross season will conclude in Megeve in France tomorrow, with the same venue hosting a Moguls World Cup on Sunday (March 18).