Fabian Obmann and Sabine Schöffmann won the mixed parallel slalom in Berchtesgaden ©FIS

Austria's Fabian Obmann and Sabine Schöffmann claimed victory in the parallel slalom as the International Ski and Snowboard Federation (FIS) Snowboard World Cup season came to a close for parallel athletes in Berchtesgaden, Germany.

Obmann claimed the overall parallel title, a day after winning the individual parallel slalom.

"I’m speechless," said Obmann.

"A crazy weekend. 

"Yesterday was unbelievable. 

"I go home with two Crystal Globes and my first World Cup win, and today there’s another one with Sabine - it’s just a crazy weekend. 

"And at the end of the season, it’s perfect, so now I can start in to the summer."

The pair went head-to-head in the big final against Italian pair Maurizio Bormolini and Elisa Caffont, edging them by 0.14 seconds.

"Also for me it was a great weekend," said Schöffmann.

"{It was} a great season with medals in every discipline and a medal at World Champs and now finishing the season with Fabi (Obmann) in the first place is great."

In third was the other Italian pair of Edwin Coratti and Lucia Dalmasso, edging past American duo Cody Winters and Iris Pflum in the small final.

The United States is still unable to claim a podium spot in the history of the mixed team World Cup event.

Daniel Ulbing and Andreas Prommegger, the other Austrian pair, won the overall mixed title after other teams in the mix for the Crystal Globe were unable to make it through the first round.

Switzerland's Ladina Jenny and Gian Casanova had to advance past the first round to be able to make-up the 44-point deficit, but were unable to beat Coratti and Dalmasso.

"Today was a special day for me," said Ulbing. 

"I just could start and not really race and fight with Andi for the globe and so I’m happy and really relieved that it worked out because after the last month, especially before the World Championship after I broke my hand and got a medal, it was a real rollercoaster, and hurting myself again… so yes I’m happy about it for Andi (Prommegger)."

"The whole season was fantastic for me," said Prommegger. 

"I came home from the World Champs as a world champion and vice world champion and that’s the most important thing in a season with a big event. 

"At the end of the season it was tough. 

"I had chances to win nearly all Crystal Globes and the last days were pretty tough for me from the mental side because I lost two globes that were really close, within a few hundredths of a second. 

"And now the last day, winning the Crystal Globe again, with Dani Ulbing, it’s a perfect end to the season."