Switzerland's Juliana Suter won women's downhill gold as the World Junior Alpine Skiing Championships concluded in Val di Fassa in Italy.
She clocked a winning time of 1min 20.21sec as the country claimed a 1-2.
Noémie Kolly was second in 1:24.06 as Lisa Grill of Austria rounded off the podium on 1:24.57.
Suter's success helped Switzerland to win the Marc Hodler Trophy for best team performance, with the nation topping the medal table with three golds, three silvers and a bronze.
"I love this slope," she said.
Doppelsieg für das #swissskiteam zum Abschluss der Junioren-Weltmeisterschaften im #valdifassa: Juliana Suter gewinnt in der Abfahrt der Frauen Gold, Noémie Kolly holt Silber! 🥇🥈 👏👏 Herzliche Gratulation! #valdifassa2019 #fisalpine #hoppschwiiz 🇨🇭— SwissSkiTeam (@swissskiteam) February 27, 2019
"I'd already won it twice in the European Cup and I knew that if I would have skied well I could get a great result.
"Winning a junior world title is great, the race was excellent, the track was demanding and the fact that the whole Swiss team did so well makes the day really memorable.
"Now all that's left is to grow and collect something important, even in the World Cup."