Snowsport Scotland has hailed the success of the newly launched Scottish Dryslope Alpine Championships, which were held at the Midlothian Snowsports Centre in Edinburgh.
The two-day event first featured slalom and dual slalom races before giant slalom action took centre stage.
A total of 147 competitors took part with Glasgow Ski Racing skier Nicole Ritchie winning the women's slalom and giant slalom.
Glasgow Ski and Snowboard Centre's Ross Nesbitt took home the men's slalom title before Adam Hay of the Lothian Ski Racing Association (LRSA) came out on top in the male giant slalom race.
Rob Claridge, the chief executive of Snowsport Scotland, declared the event as a success.
"It was a great two days of racing, and a big well done to all the competitors for making it such a great event," he said.
"Of course we have to thank all the volunteers and parents for their support over the weekend and I hope we can grow the event in years to come."
Performance manager Ross Gardner was left impressed after racers from various clubs across Scotland competed.
"In the slalom local skier, Clare Winthrop from LSRA, put up a great fight but Nicole Ritchie of Glasgow Ski Racing still came out on top," he said.
"Isla Ward, also from Glasgow Ski Racing, had a great performance coming in third overall in her first ever seeded event."