Beat Feuz and Nicole Schmidhofer were confirmed as overall Alpine Skiing World Cup downhill champions as the last event of the season began in Andorra.
Both skiers had one hand on the crystal globe going into the World Cup Finals in Soldeu and did what was required to stay at the summit.
With 100 points available for a race victory, Switzerland's defending champion Feuz came into today with an 80 point lead over Dominik Paris.
Italy's Paris won the race but the 40 points Feuz collected for finishing sixth proved enough to clinch overall glory.
It means another accolade for the 2017 world downhill champion and two-time Olympic medallist.
For Paris, it was his third race victory in a row after he won both the downhill and super-G in Kvitfjell in Norway earlier this month.
He has become the first Italian to win four downhills in a single World Cup season and the first man to win three downhills in a row since 2015.
The super-G world champion stopped the watches at 1min 26.80sec today.
World downhill champion Kjetil Jansrud was second as Norway's Sochi 2014 Olympic super-G gold medallist clocked 1:27.14.
Otmar Striedinger of Austria came third in 1:27.21.
Schmidhofer's grip on the women's downhill crown was even more secure going into today as she had a 90 point advantage in front of Austrian compatriot Ramona Siebenhofer.
She finished 11th and claimed 24 points as Siebenhofer came home 19th and did not score.
It means a first World Cup title for Schmidhofer who won the world super-G gold in 2017.
Another Austrian won today's race as Mirjam Puchner was timed at 1:32.91.
This was her second World Cup race win and her first since 2015.
Germany's Viktoria Rebensburg, the Olympic super-G champion in Vancouver in 2010, clocked 1:32.94 for second place.
Switzerland's world downhill silver medallist Corinne Suter timed in at 1:32.99 for bronze.
Men's and women's super-G will continue the World Cup Finals tomorrow, the last speed races of the season.
American Mikaela Shiffrin boasts a 32-point lead over Tina Weirather of Liechtenstein in the women's rankings and will look to wrap up the discipline's title.
Paris has a 44 point cushion over Vincent Kriechmayr of Austria in the men's super-G charts.
Shiffrin, the double Olympic and five-time world champion, is already confirmed as the women's overall and slalom champion this season.
With a 97-point lead in the giant slalom rankings she is almost certain to win that title as well, so could end the season with four crystal globes.
Austria's Marcel Hirscher has already been confirmed as the men's champion in the overall, slalom and giant slalom.