Switzerland, the Olympic and world champions in the Alpine skiing team event, proved unbeatable once again as they produced another flourish at the International Ski Federation World Cup Finals in Andorra.
Under bright sunshine and a blue sky at Soldeu, the Swiss claimed gold over Norway in the big final, while Germany prevailed over Canada in the small final to clinch bronze.
Switzerland selected Aline Danioth, Wendy Holdener, Daniel Yule and Ramon Zenhaeusern to win the format which sees men and women race in parallel slaloms.
One point is given for a victory with time coming into play if it ends 2-2.
Norway fielded Mina Holtmann, Thea Stjernesund, Sebastian Foss-Solevaag and Lief Nestvold-Haugen and the final did finish all square.
The Swiss won on time as Foss-Solevaag was disqualified.
In the small final, Germany's Lena Duerr, Christina Geiger, Fabian Himmelsbach and Anton Tremmel came out on top after another 2-2 draw with Canada.
The Alpine team event was introduced at last year's Pyeongchang Winter Olympics.
Earlier in the day, Canada had advanced to the round-of-eight after beating host nation Andorra in a qualification contest.
But the hard-charging Andorran team provoked a big response from the home crowd in defeat.
The heats were intense with many challenges coming down to the final run to determine qualification to further rounds.
The event also marked the farewell of World Cup veteran Mattias Hargin, who skied the final run of his career as a member of the Sweden team.
The three-time World Championships medallist made his World Cup debut in 2004 in Flachau, Austria.
On Sunday Mikaela Shiffrin will seek to become the first skier, male or female, to win titles for the overall, slalom, super-G and giant slalom in the same World Cup season as she attempts to add the final item in that collection - the World Cup giant slalom.
Yesterday, the Olympic champion from Vail, Colorado, added the super-G globe to the ones she has already secured in the slalom and overall, and she races in the slalom again tomorrow.