World champions Mikael Kingsbury of Canada and France's Perrine Laffont completed a clean sweep at the FIS Freestyle Ski Moguls & World Cup finals in Almaty ©Getty Images

Perrine Laffont of France and Canada’s Mikael Kingsbury replicated their previous day’s single moguls wins on a day of double moguls at the Freestyle Ski Moguls and World Cup finals in Almaty, Kazakhstan.

Laffont beat Beijing 2022 silver medallist Jaelin Kauf of the United States 21-14 in the Big Final to earn his sixth straight win of the season.

That was enough to earn the Pyeongchang 2018 gold medallist overall victory in the World Cup dual moguls and overall moguls listings.

In the dual moguls she finished with 520 points in front of Japan’s Anri Kawamura on 380 and Kauf on 312.

In the overall moguls standings she totalled 950, with Australia’s Olympic champion Jakara Anthony, who won the single moguls overall prize, second on 709 and Kawamura third on 673.

In the men’s competition Kingsbury signed off on a winning note as he beat Sweden’s Walter Wallberg in the Big Final.

This gave him an 80th career victory while completing his second moguls hat-trick of singles, doubles and overall titles.

His total of 24 Crystal Globes is an International Ski and Snowboard Federation (FIS) record.

In the dual moguls standings Kingsbury finished on 462 points, with Wallberg second on 374 and Japan’s Ikuma Horishima third on 331.

Kingsbury’s overall total was 1,002, with Horishima second on 660 and Wallberg third on 607.

Action in Almaty continues tomorrow with the men’s and women’s aerials.