Paralympic silver medallist Lisa Bunschoten of The Netherlands rounded off her campaign at the latest World Para Snowboard World Cup in the Spanish resort of La Molina today by earning a fourth gold.
Bunschoten, who took over the sport's Instagram account today as part of the International Women's Day celebrations, won the women's banked slalom lower limb two category in a time of 55.50sec, in front of home favourite Astrid Fina Paredes, who took silver in 59.10.
Bronze went to Bunschoten's compatriot Anne Garttener in 1:01.67.
In the women’s banked slalom lower limb one category, Brenna Huckaby of the United States reversed the order of the day before as she beat France’s Cecile Hernandez, who had dislocated her hip and knee 11 days before the World Cup.
Huckaby clocked 50.98 ahead of her French rival's best of 52.82.
Maxime Montaggioni of France earned his third gold with victory in the men's banked slalom upper limb one category, clocking 46.13 to beat Australia's Simon Patmore, who clocked 46.46.
Austria's Patrick Mayrhofer took bronze in 48.54.
Chris Voss of The Netherlands, who had already secured two golds, had to settle for silver today in the men's banked slalom lower limb one category, clocking 52.04 as he finished behind Croatia's Bruno Bosnjak, who took gold in 51.95.
Bronze went to Austria's Reinhold Schett in 54.05.
Keith Gabel of the United States beat team-mate Zach Miller to gold in the men's banked slalom lower limb two category, clocking 46.27 to his rival's 47.47.
Australia's Ben Tudhope took bronze in 47.84.
This fifth World Cup was the last scheduled before the World Championships at Pyha in Finland from March 25 to April 1.