Home favourite Giacomo Pierbon increased his Alpine skiing gold medal tally to four, after claiming the men's giant slalom title at the Winter Deaflympics in the Italian town of Sondrio today.
Pierbon, already the winner of the downhill, Alpine combined and super-G events, triumphed in a time of 2min 9.83sec on the Deborah Compagnoni slope.
France's Nicolas Sarremejane led by almost one second after the first run, but had to settle for the runners-up spot overall in 2:10.71.
Rounding off the podium was Czech Republic's Jiri Hartig in 2:13.94.
In the women's giant slalom, Czech Republic's Tereza Kmochová came out on top in 2:11.95.
Russia's Elena Yakovishina was the silver medallist in 2:12.59, while Austria's Melissa Koeck took the bronze in 2:13.23.
Medals were also awarded today in the cross-country skiing pursuit free technique events.
Ukraine's Dmytro Mazhaiev was the winner of the men's 10 kilometres competition in 39:10.9.
Russia's Roman Chirkov finished second in 39:43.5, while Ukraine's Ruslan Denysenko came third in 39:56.8.
The women's 6km race saw Anna Fedulova lead a Russian one-two finish in a time of 24:44.7.
Lyubov Misharina was runner-up in 25:29.3, with the top three completed by Ukraine's Yelizaveta Nopriienko in 26:02.0.
Action in Sondrio continues tomorrow.