Italy's double Paralympic gold medallist Giacomo Bertagnolli completed a hat-trick of wins on the third and final day of slalom racing, at the World Para Alpine Skiing World Cup in Prato Nevoso.
The popular home skier finished today's vision impaired race, on the second stop of the season at the Italian resort, with a combined total of 1min 34.35sec, ahead of France’s Hyacinthe Deleplace, who clocked 1:45.32.
Jesper Pedersen, Pyeongchang 2018 champion in the giant slalom, matched Bertagnolli's feat in the men's sitting discipline with a combined total of 1:33.94 to finish well clear of his nearest challenger.
Austrian Markus Gfatterhoffer was second, 7.39sec behind, with Japan's Taiki Morii third on +7.91.
The women's sitting competition saw a second successive victory for Germany's Anna-Lena Forster, who finished in a combined time of 1:48.54 in a race that saw only one other athlete complete the course legally - Japan's Yoshiko Tanaka, who clocked 2:10.71.
The men's standing event followed exactly the same podium as days one and two, with Finland's Santeri Kiiveri taking gold in 1:39.50.
Silver went to Iceland's Hilmar Orvarsson in 1:42.22, with Russia’s Alexey Bugaev third in 1:42.37.
In today's women’s vision impaired race, victory went to Austria's Veronika Aigner in 1:35.79, with second place going to Britain's Menna Fitzpatrick in 1:47.33.
Germany’s Noemi Ristau was third in 1:51.31.