Pyeongchang 2018 champion Perrine Laffont secured the overall International Ski Federation World Cup women’s moguls title after finishing second at the final event in Megève.
The French star eased through the early rounds of the dual moguls competition, beating each of her rivals on route to the final.
Having reached the gold medal race, Laffont was assured of claiming the overall World Cup title after adding another 80 points to her tally.
She went head-to-head with the United States' Jaelin Kauf for the final victory of the season only for the American skier to emerge as the winner.
Canada’s Justine Dufour-Lapointe beat Germany’s Laura Grasemann to complete the podium places.
Laffont topped World Cup standings on 607 points followed by second place Kauf on 561.
Australia’s Britteny Cox finished third overall on 467 points after not competing at the final event of the season.
Men’s overall World Cup champion Mikael Kingsbury finished the season in style as the Canadian beat France’s Benjamin Cavet in the big final.
America's Bradley Wilson claimed the bronze medal after overcoming Sweden’s Ludvig Fjallstrom.
With seven wins and three second place finishes during the season, Kingsbury ended with a clear lead overall.
The Canadian finished on a total of 940 points, with Kazakhstan’s Dmitriy Reikherd and Japan’s Ikuma Horishima rounding off the top three on 585 and 441 points respectively.