Ryoyu Kobayashi was awarded the crystal globe for winning the overall World Cup title ©Getty Images

Ryoyu Kobayashi and Maren Lundby rubber-stamped their domination of the International Ski Federation (FIS) Ski Jumping World Cup by taking victory in the final competitions of the season.

Kobayashi was already assured of being crowned the first non-European to win the overall men's World Cup title.

The Japanese star ensured his season ended with another title as he topped the Planica 7 standings – a mini tournament in Slovenia.

The standings were based on qualification, two competitions and performance in a team event.

Kobayashi led heading into the final individual event on the Planica ski flying hill.

He achieved jumps of 252 metres and 230.5 metres in the two competition rounds, which saw him rewarded with 464.9 points.

Slovenian runner-up Domen Prevc ended some way adrift on 444 points.

The podium was completed by Germany’s Markus Eisenbichler, who finished on 442.5 points.

Eisenbichler had been battling with Kobayashi at the top of the Planica 7 standings but ultimately finished in second place.

Kobayashi won the tournament on 464.9 points while Eisenbichler and Slovenia’s Timi Zajc completed the top three on 442.5 and 425.4, respectively.

The overall World Cup standings concluded with Kobayashi top on 2,085 points from 29 events.

Austria’s Stefan Kraft was second on 1,349, while Poland’s three-time Olympic champion Kamil Stoch ended third on 1,288.

Lundby won the final women’s competition of the season in Chaikovsky, six days after sealing the overall World Cup title.

Maren Lundby won the final event of the women's World Cup season ©Getty Images
Maren Lundby won the final event of the women's World Cup season ©Getty Images

The Norwegian achieved jumps of 128m and 137.5m in the two competition rounds at the Russian venue to earn 270.9 points.

Her total was enough to take victory ahead of Juliane Seyfarth, who recorded 258.

The result ended Seyfarth’s winning streak, the German having won the past three competitions.

Slovenia’s Nika Kriznar completed the podium on 247.1.

The competition was the final event of the Blue Bird Tour, a mini-tournament comprising four events in Russia.

Seyfarth won the tournament having accrued 959.9 points, with Lundby and Germany’s Katharina Althaus following on 896.9.

The overall World Cup standings saw Lundby finish on 1,909 points after 25 events.

Althaus and Seyfarth followed on 1,493 and 1,451, respectively.