Switzerland's Amelie Wenger-Reymond and Stefan Matter won the International Ski Federation (FIS) Telemark World Cup classic division after securing enough points at the World Cup Final in Krvavec to top the overall standings.
Both skiers were leading the classic discipline standings before today's final race and did what they had to do to keep them at the top.
Wenger-Reymond won the women's race in 2min 10.63sec, finishing in front of Germany's Johanna Holzmann in 2:12.81 and Britain's Jasmin Taylor in 2:17.32.
This gave Wenger-Reymond her fourth win out of four classic races this season and 400 points to lead the standings.
In second was Taylor with 270 points, while Holzmann was third with 235 points.
🥉@jaztelemark is on the podium again in this morning's @FISTelemark World Cup Classic race— GB Snowsport (@GBSnowsport) February 14, 2019
That brings her to 2⃣9⃣ career FIS World Cup podiums, tying the British record with Jilly Curry... and there's still 2 more races to come in Slovenia over the next 2 days...#GoBeyond pic.twitter.com/LheT5cFeiT
Matter was crowned champion in the men's discipline, but could only finish third in today's race with a time of 1:58.28.
First place went to Bastien Dayer of Switzerland, who recorded a time of 1:57.18, while Norway's Trym Nygaard Loeken was in second with 1:57.77.
These results saw Loeken finish second in the discipline standings and Dayer finish third.
The competition at the Slovenian ski resort will continue tomorrow with the team parallel sprint event.
Overall champions will also be crowned at the end of the event.