Marie Bochet and Henrieta Farkasova each secured the slalom/giant slalom double, in the standing and visually impaired categories respectively, at the 2019 World Para Alpine Skiing Championships in Kranjska Gora.
Having each won their respective giant slalom contests on Tuesday (January 22), the pair both triumphed again in the slalom at the Slovenian resort today.
With both events beginning at 10am local time Slovakia's Farkasova won the visually impaired race with a combined time of 2min 8.45sec after two runs.
The now nine-time world champion, who also has nine Paralympic golds to her name, finished comfortably in front of Great Britain's reigning Paralympic champion Menna Fitzpatrick in second.
The Pyeongchang 2018 slalom gold medallist finished a full five seconds behind in 2:13.53.
The bronze medal was taken by Australia's Melissa Perrine, who has previously won world gold in the downhill and super-G.
She finished with a time of 2:08.45.
In Bochet's event she picked up an incredible 15th world gold in a time of 2:03.35.
She finished in front of Canada's Frederique Turgeon and Germany's Andrea Rothfuss.
Turgeon picked up her first World Championship medal in a time of 2:13.84, having failed to finish at last year's Winter Paralympics.
Rothfuss came third in 2:14.08.
In the day's other event another German in Anna Lena Forster claimed gold in the women's sitting slalom.
The reigning Paralympic champion won by three seconds in 2:18.24, in front of her compatriot Anna Schaffelhuber.
Japan won the bronze through Paralympic sitting giant slalom champion Momoka Muraoka, who finished her two runs in 2:26.42.
With the technical events now over, the next medal action will not go ahead until Monday (January 28), when the men's sitting, standing and visually impaired downhill contests take place in Sella Nevea in Italy.