Arvid Auner backed up his individual title with mixed team success today in Bad Gastein ©Getty Images

Austria wrapped up a stunning two days on home snow as Arvid Auner and Julia Dujmovits triumphed in the mixed team parallel slalom event at the International Ski Federation (FIS) Snowboard World Cup leg in Bad Gastein.

Auner and Dujmovits cruised through the rounds before beating Russians Dmitry Karlagachev and Natalia Soboleva in the big final.

German duo Elias Huber and Ramona Theresia Hofmeister lost to the Austrians in the semi-finals.

But they bounced back to secure bronze with victory over Swiss pair Nevin Galmarini and Ladina Jenny.

It was Auner’s second title in as many days after pipping compatriot Benjamin Karl to win yesterday’s men’s event.

Daniela Ulbing also came out on top in the women’s contest as the Austrian team leaves Bad Gastein with three gold medals.

Auner and Ulbing lead the respective men’s and women’s slalom standings with the latter also topping the parallel overall rankings.

Austria head the parallel team leaderboard on 100 points with Russia second on 80 and Germany third on 60.

The next FIS Snowboard World Cup in the parallel discipline is due to be held in Simonhöhe in Austria from January 14 to 15.