Poland's Krystian Kowalewski won the International Gymnastics Federation (FIG) Parkour Freestyle World Cup on the last day of competition in France.
Run as part of the International Festival of Extreme Sports (FISE) World Series event in Montpellier, the FIG Parkour World Cup saw Kowalewski top the leaderboard in the final with 27.5 points.
In the battle for the minor medals, Russian Evgenii Aroian had to rely on countback to his qualifying performance to secure the silver medal ahead of home favourite Johan Tonnoir.
Both Aroian and Tonnoir had collected 25.5 points from the judges.
Luciano Balestra of the Netherlands was fourth and Greek veteran Dimitris Kyrsanidis finished down in seventh.
France had reason for celebration in the world skate roller freestyle park event at Occitanie Freestyle Park.
Lisa-Mary Authié collected bronze with a high-speed run which began with a misty flip on the fun box and finished with a score of 74.50.
Manon Derrien racked up 75.50 with a clean run to take silver but she was no match for Japan's Chihiro Azuma.
The 22-year-old made her first trip to France and showed smooth and stylish technique.
She owned the course from start to finish and that was reflected in her final score of 92.50, some 17 points clear of runner-up Derrien.
Thailand's Victor Salmon had qualified in first position for the wakeboard pro final and he produced the goods when it mattered to clinch victory.
Salmon showed great trickery to win gold, amassing a score of 75.00, with Frenchman Jules Charraud claiming silver with 71.67.
Pedro Machado Caldas added another medal to the French collection, claiming bronze with a score of 69.78.