Roland Fischnaller won his second event of the 2022-2023 season ©Getty Images

The Italian trio of Roland Fischnaller, Mirko Felicetti and Edwin Coratti claimed all three podium spots in the men's parallel giant slalom at the International Ski and Snowboard Federation (FIS) Snowboard World Cup in Rogla, Slovenia.

Felicetti and Fischnaller faced each other in the big final, with the latter claiming the victory.

The 2015 World Championships gold medallist was able to finish in 1min 8.02sec as he secured his place atop the parallel giant slalom rankings with 344 points.

Felicetti, who is fourth in the rankings with 253 points, finished with a time of 1:08.24 to take second.

In the small final, Coratti defeated South Korea's Sangho Lee for the bronze medal.

This is the second time this season that Sabine Schöffmann won an event ©Getty Images
This is the second time this season that Sabine Schöffmann won an event ©Getty Images

However, none of these competitors top the overall rankings, and that position belongs to Italy's Maurizio Bormolini with 452 points.

In the women's side, Sabine Schöffmann of Austria secured her first ever parallel giant slalom gold at the World Cup, finishing in 1:11.63.

In second was two-time Olympic gold medallist Ester Ledecká of the Czech Republic, who lost the big final due to an added penalty despite finishing quicker than Schöffmann with a time of 1:11.12.

In the small final match-up, Japan's Tsubaki Miki defeated Lucia Dalmasso of Italy after finishing in 1:12.35, while Dalmasso finished in 1:12.87.

Julie Zogg of Switzerland remains on top of the parallel overall rankings with 559 points, while Schöffmann is third with 499, behind second-placed Ramona Theresia Hofmeister, who has 504.