Marie Bochet won twice in Tignes ©Getty Images

France's Marie Bochet remains unbeaten in women's standing events this season after claiming both super-G races at the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) Alpine Skiing World Cup on home snow in Tignes today.

The 21-year-old quadruple Sochi 2014 Paralympic gold medallist won the first race in 1:29.15, which was 3.64 seconds ahead of second-place finisher Andrea Rothfuss of Germany and well ahead of Canada's bronze medallist Alana Ramsay, who clocked 1:40.03.

Bochet then went even quicker second time around, finishing her run in 1:28.14 and again relegating Rothfuss, who managed 1:31.73, into second.

Dutch skier Anna Jochemsen claimed bronze this time in 1:35.35.

There was also a pair of wins in Tignes for Markus Salcher in the men's standing, with the Austrian clocking 1:23.47 to win first time around ahead of Australia's Mitchell Gourley who managed 1:26.44 and New Zealander Adam Hall who registered 1:26.62.

The second race was much closer with Salcher only 0.45 quicker than Russia's world champion Aleksey Bugaev who was timed at 1:23.96.

Hall managed a second bronze of the day with 1:25.20.

Markus Salcher also managed two victories at the French resort
Markus Salcher also managed two victories at the French resort ©Getty Images

In the men's visually impaired, Italy’s Giacomo Bertagnolli, with guide Fabrizio Casal, won the first super-G race in 1:22.44, pushing Canadian brothers Mac Marcoux and guide BJ into second with their time of 1:24.48.

Bronze went to Russia's Ivan Frantsev and his guide German Agranovskii, who stopped the clock at 1:26.01.

In the second race there were different winners as the Marcoux brothers promoted themselves to the top step with a winning time of 1:23.95.

Bertagnolli and Casal had to settle for the runners-up tag in 1:25.36 and Slovakia’s Miroslav Haraus and guide Maros Hudik were 0.06 off second place with a time of 1:25.42.

In the men's sitting, the United States took two spots on the podium with Andrew Earl Kurka winning race one in 1:23.73.

He was followed by Austria's Roman Rabl after his 1:24.13 and home skier Yohann Taberlet who was timed at 1:24.76.

The second race win went to New Zealand's Corey Peters in 1:22.57 with Rabl claiming another silver in 1:24.57, ahead of American Tyler Walker who won his country's second podium place in 1:24.90.

Women's sitting honours went to Japan’s Momoka Muraoka in the first race after a run of 1:35.35, while Germany’s Anna-Lena Forster was runner-up in 1:37.17.

American Laurie Stephens took bronze in 1:38.91.

Forster then went on to win race two in 1:36.61, ahead of Stephens and Muraoka, the only other two competitors who both failed to finish.