Wout Van Aert clinched the men's International Cycling Union (UCI) Cyclo-Cross World Cup title after triumphing in Overijse.
The Belgian had enough of an advantage in the World Cup standings to only need a second-place finish to win the overall title.
He went one step further and topped the podium, crossing the line in 1 hour 05min 57sec.
The three-time world champion now has three World Cup titles to his name.
Van Aert's nearest opponent in the standings was Dutch rival Mathieu van der Poel, who suffered a puncture and crash in today's race but still managed to finish second in 1:07:00.
Britain's Tom Pidcock bested Michael Vanthourenhout of Belgium to third place with a time of 1:08:04.
While Van Aert topped the overall standings, Van der Poel was second and Vanthourenhout third.
🇳🇱 The Dutchies were unstoppable today! 🌈 Ceylin del Carmen Alvarado won, @lucinda_brand en Manon Bakker completed the podium. Brand takes home the overall victory in the #CXWorldCup. pic.twitter.com/LQJRxpoJof— UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup (@UCIcyclocrossWC) January 24, 2021
Lucinda Brand of The Netherlands had already secured the women's title at the World Cup event in Hulst earlier this month.
She finished second in 50:08 in today's race, trailing compatriot and world champion Ceylin del Carmen Alvarado in 49:48.
Manon Bakker was just behind Brand in 50:09 to complete an all-Dutch podium.
It was also an all-Dutch top three in the final World Cup standings, with Brand leading, Alvarado second and Denise Betsema third.
Competitors are now set to remain in Belgium for the UCI Cyclo-Cross World Championships, scheduled to take place in Ostend on January 30 and 31.