Mitsuki Ono and Ruka Hirano of Japan sealed the first Crystal Globes of their careers ©FIS

Mitsuki Ono and Ruka Hirano of Japan sealed the first Crystal Globes of their careers as the International Ski and Snowboard Federation (FIS) snowboard halfpipe World Cup season concluded.

While Ono was certain to win the Crystal Globe before the World Cup in Calgary, it did not stop her from producing a gold-winning display in Canada.

With 89.75 points, the Winter Youth Olympic Games champion bagged her third straight win of the circuit, becoming the first Japanese woman to claim the Crystal Globe since Melo Imai's World Cup title from the 2004/05 season.

"I’m so happy to win and get the Crystal Globe," Ono said.

"Calgary is one of my favourite places, because I got my first World Cup podium here three years ago.

"I still can’t believe this though.

"I’m so happy.

"Thank to everyone for supporting me, I really appreciate it."

Home favourite Elizabeth Hosking of Canada won the silver medal with a score of 86.00.

The 21-year-old was won her second career World Cup podium and first on home soil, finishing second in the overall halfpipe ranking as well.

It was a special day for Berenice Wicki of Switzerland, who got her first World Cup medal thanks to first run that helped her get 72.50 points.

Ono got the Crystal Globe with 360 halfpipe points, followed by Hosking with 237.

Third place in the overall standings went to Maddie Mastro of the United States with 179 points.

Among men, Scotty James withdrew from the event due to illness, making it easier for Hirano to claim the overall prize.

And the Japanese did not disappoint, as he scored 88.50 for the gold and the fifth career World Cup win and 314 for the overall title.

"I’m so stoked," Hirano said.

"I’ve been aiming to get this globe for a long time.

"Last year Ayumu (Hirano) won it, and before that Yuto (Totsuka) won it a few times, and I was always finishing second or third.

"Finally now I’ve won it and I’m super stoked about.

"I’ve had some luck here in Calgary.

"This was where I beat Scotty James to win my first World Cup, so I feel very confident and satisfied here at this competition."

Australian Valentino Guseli scored 82.00 for silver, the second halfpipe World Cup podium of his career.

His performance helped him finish ahead of countryman James in the overall table with 246 points while James ended with 180.

Hirano's teammate Shuichiro Shigeno tookbronze in Calgary.