Home favourite Theo Gmur won the third and final men's standing event as super-G action concluded today at the World Para Alpine Skiing World Cup in Veysonnaz in Switzerland.
The Paralympic and world champion came second to France's Arthur Bauchet in the first two super-G races yesterday, settling for silver medals on the slope that is only a short drive from where he lives.
As he watched Bauchet's celebration from the finish line, Gmur promised to win the next race and that is exactly what he did with a time of 1min 9.15sec.
Bauchet was 0.70 seconds behind, while Austria's Markus Salcher ended 0.81 seconds off the pace to collect his second bronze medal of the competition.
"It's a really good feeling," Gmur said.
"Yesterday it was maybe not my day, but Arthur also skied really well and today I took my revenge.
"It's incredible to win at home."
In the women's standing event, French sensation Marie Bochet completed a hat-trick of victories at her first World Cup of the season with a time of 1:15.83.
It follows her "Grand Slam" of wins at last month's World Championships.
Germany's Andrea Rothfuss was the silver medallist for the third time in 1:18.65, while Japan's Ammi Hondo secured the bronze medal in 1:22.30.
Today's men's sitting event saw The Netherlands' Jeroen Kampschreur beat Norwegian rival Jesper Pedersen to top spot at the third time of asking.
The two athletes have gone head-to-head in all five Alpine disciplines over the last season and it was Kampschreur who prevailed on this occasion in 1:13.18.
Pedersen finished second in 1:13.37, while the United States' Andrew Kurka came third in 1:15.01.
Japan's Momoka Muraoka fended off Germany’s Anna-Lena Forster for the second time in the women's sitting event.
Muraoka won by a mere 0.25 seconds, clocking a time of 1:23.67 to Forster's 1:23.92, and will next look to challenge her main rival in giant slalom in which she is the reigning world champion.
The bronze medal went to the US's Laurie Stephens in 1:26.32.
Besides Bochet, Slovakia's Miroslav Haraus was the only competitor able to accomplish a hat-trick in the three super-G races.
Haraus and his guide Maros Hudik were atop the men's visually impaired podium once again, this time in 1:12.93.
They beat two new skiing tandems; France's Hyacinthe Deleplace and guide Maxime Jourdan, second in 1:14.56, and the US's Kevin Burton and guide Kurt Grimmelmann, third in 1:15.73.
The women’s visually impaired race again went to Great Britain’s Menna Fitzpatrick and guide Jennifer Kehoe in 1:21.77.
Australia's Melissa Perrine and guide Bobbi Kelly, the only other competitors, did not finish.
The giant slalom events are due to begin tomorrow with all classes competing in three races.