Viktoria Rebensburg triumphed in the super-G event as the International Ski Federation Alpine Ski World Cup at Lake Louise came to a conclusion.
The 30-year-old German, the giant slalom champion at the 2010 Olympic Games in Vancouver, secured her 18th World Cup win at the Canadian ski resort.
She finished in 1min 20.00sec, with Nicol Delago of Italy second in 1:20.35 and Corinne Suter of Switzerland third in 1:20.42.
It was Delago's first Super-G World Cup podium finish.
"I did not expect this, I expect more success in downhill," Delago said, as reported by Ski Racing.
"Today I just wanted to have fun and I did and I couldn’t be happier.
"I get to celebrate with my team and with my sister so today is a perfect day."
The victory puts Rebensburg in second place in the overall World Cup standings on 235 points, 237 points behind American defending champion Mikaela Shiffrin, who finished 10th.
Suter sits in third on 185.
The World Cup continues in Val d'Isere in France on Saturday (December 14) and Sunday (December 15).