Switzerland's Noé Roth has been crowned the overall winner of the FIS Freestyle Ski World Cup for men's aerials ©Getty Images

Switzerland's Noé Roth and Australia's Laura Peel secured the respective men's and women's overall aerials crystal globes for the first time with wins in the final event of the season at the International Ski Federation (FIS) Freestyle Ski World Cup in Krasnoyarsk.

Roth came out on top in the men's final with a score of 127.40 points at the Russian city's Sopka Cluster.

Home favourite Pavel Krotov finished second with 124.43 points, while Canada's Lewis Irving came third with 116.29.

Victory for 19-year-old Roth was actually the first of his World Cup career and sees him conclude a season of consistency on 386 points in the overall standings, taking the title by a margin of 52 over Krotov.

Russia's Maxim Burov, the fourth-place finisher today, ends a further 11 points behind in third.

Australia's Laura Peel claimed her second win of the season today ©Getty Images
Australia's Laura Peel claimed her second win of the season today ©Getty Images

In the women's final, Peel triumphed with a score of 96.99 points.

She was joined on the podium by China's Xu Sicun and the United States' Ashley Caldwell, with respective totals of 95.86 and 88.83.

Peel's second win of the campaign puts her onto 469 points in the final overall standings.

China's Xu Mengtao, today's 10th-place finisher, was the runner-up with 351 points.

Completing the top three with 260 points was Belarus' reigning world champion Aliaksandra Ramanouskaya, who did not compete in Krasnoyarsk.