Slovakia's Miroslav Haraus was among the six slalom gold medallists on the last day of the World Para Alpine Skiing World Cup Final in Morzine in France.
Guided by Maros Hudik, Haraus celebrated wrapping up the men’s visually impaired overall and slalom crystal globes yesterday by winning in a time of 1min 42.35sec at Stade de Pleney.
Thomas Civade and guide Kerwan Larmet finished second in 1:48.33, while Hyacinthe Deleplace and guide Maxime Jourdan came third in 1:49.78.
In the women’s visually impaired event, newly-crowned overall champion Menna Fitzpatrick and guide Jennifer Kehoe of Great Britain were the sole competitors and clocked a time of 1:54.32.
There were also victories today for home favourites Arthur Bauchet and Marie Bochet in the men’s and women’s standing competitions respectively.
Both guaranteed themselves an overall crystal globe with a win yesterday.
Bauchet triumphed in 1:36.27 today, while Bochet prevailed in 1:47.04.
Finishing second behind Bauchet was Finland’s Santeri Kiiveri in 1:38.99, 4.34 seconds faster than bronze medallist Robin Cuche of Switzerland.
Germany’s Anna-Maria Rieder was the runner-up to Bochet in 1:54.33, while Canada’s Alana Ramsay came third in 1:54.79.
Today's other victors were Norway’s Jesper Pedersen in the men’s sitting and Germany’s Anna-Lena Forster in the women’s sitting.
Pedersen crossed the line in 1:40.83 with world champion Jeroen Kampschreur of The Netherlands second in 1:41.34 and yesterday’s winner Igor Sikorski of Poland third in 1:42.71.
Forster, meanwhile, secured victory in 1:51.04 with Japan’s Momoka Muraoka second in 1:56.26 and the United States' Laurie Stephens third in 2:02.22.