France's Perrine Laffont will be looking to clinch her second consecutive women's moguls overall title when the discipline's International Ski Federation (FIS) World Cup season reaches its conclusion at the Shymbulak Mountain Resort in Kazakhstan this weekend.
The 20-year-old has been without a doubt the most consistent rider on tour this campaign.
She has finished on the podium in each of the eight World Cup events held so far, taking four victories and also adding two medals at the 2019 FIS Freestyle Ski and Snowboarding World Championships in Utah - gold in dual moguls as well as bronze in the single moguls.
And while Laffont's success is still not 100 per cent secure, her advantage over second-placed Jakara Anthony of Australia is 155 points with third-placed Jaelin Kauf of the United States a further 20 behind.
With Anthony sitting out the final competitions, it is only Kauf who has a theoretical chance of keeping the battle for the crystal globe alive.
Nevertheless, Laffont now only needs 26 points over the course of two competitions to secure the overall crown.
On the men’s side, Canada's Mikaël Kingsbury comes to Shymbulak having already secured his eighth-consecutive moguls World Cup crystal globe last week in Tazawako in Japan.
On top of this, Kingsbury will also claim his eighth-straight FIS Freestyle Skiing World Cup overall title as the best athlete across all disciplines in 2018-2019.
Second-placed Frenchman Bastien Midol, who just clinched the FIS Ski Cross World Cup crystal globe, is likely to finish the season with just two-thirds of the adjusted score that Kingsbury has.
Kingsbury has truly dominated yet another World Cup season, taking victories in seven of the eight competitions.
He also produced a double gold medal-winning performance at the 2019 FIS Freestyle Ski and Snowboarding World Championships with wins in both the single and dual moguls events.
Kingsbury, however, has been pushed to his limits numerous times this season by a whole group of riders, including second-placed Benjamin Cavet of France and third-placed Ikuma Horishima whose impressive skiing in Tazawako forced the Canadian to perform his first-ever corked 1440 in competition.
Among the other skiers to have made their presence felt on the World Cup standings are Sweden's Walter Wallberg, Australia's Matt Graham, Japan's Daichi Hara, the US's Bradley Wilson and Kazakhstan's Dmitriy Reikherd.
The event in Shymbulak marks the first time that the FIS Freestyle Skiing World Cup tour has stopped in Kazakhstan.
The single moguls event is scheduled for tomorrow.
It will be followed by the dual moguls competition on Sunday (March 3).