The United States were dominant at the FIS Para Snowboard World Championships, claiming 10 more medals than second place Italy ©Team USA/Twitter

The United States topped the medal table at the International Ski and Snowboard Federation Para Snowboard World Championships, claiming three golds, eight silvers and five bronzes in La Molina.

Italy finished second with three gold, two silvers and one bronze, while third went to Poland who claimed two golds, one silver and two bronzes.

Noah Elliott of the US claimed first place in the men's dual banked slalom LL1, while team-mate Mike Schultz took second.

The nation also claimed gold in the men's team banked slalom, as the duo of Mike Minor and Zach Miller defeated the Italian pair of Jacopo Luchini and Emanuel Perathoner in the final.

Minor also claimed another medal when he secured a silver in the UL slalom, losing to Aron Fahrni of Switzerland in the final.

The Americans won their third gold when Brenna Huckaby Clegg, a three-time Winter Paralympics gold medallist, defeated Cecile Hernandez of France in the final of the women's LL1.

Luchini earned the first of Italy's golds in the snowboard cross UL, in which Fahrni was second.

The 11-time World Cup winner also claimed another gold for his nation as he joined up with Perathoner to win the snowboard cross team event, edging past Americans Elliot and Keith Gabel.

Perathoner bagged Italy's third gold as he defeated Miller in the final of the LL2 for men.