Overall champion Anna Holmlund signed off the International Ski Federation (FIS) Ski Cross World Cup season with victory in Arosa, Switzerland.
The Swede beat Canada’s Marielle Thompson to top spot, finishing the campaign on 975 points.
Thompson’s runners-up spot finish saw her end with a total of 737 points, 125 ahead of France’s Alizee Baron who came third today.
In the men’s race, Russia's Semen Denshchikov triumphed ahead of Sweden's Victor Oehling Norberg and Canada’s Christopher Delbosco in second and third respectively.
Overall champion Jean-Frédéric Chapuis of France had to settle for fourth spot as he took his final points total to 694 - 140 more than second-placed Delbosco.
Canada’s Brady Leman, who didn’t compete today, came third in the overall standings with 523 points.
The performances of Thompson and Delbosco helped Canada clinch the Nations’ Cup, which is awarded to the country that earns the most World Cup points.
"The Nation's Cup represents the collective efforts of our athletes and staff over the entire competitive season," Willy Raine, Alpine Canada’s ski cross athletic director, told the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation.
"We are winning at the elite international level but need to continue to focus on the growth of the sport in Canada so our success will be sustainable.
"I am excited to hoist the cup and enjoy the taste of victory."