Jesper Pedersen won two World Cup races in  Åre to claim the crystal globe ©Getty Images

New world champions Jesper Pedersen, Anna-Lena Forster, Millie Knight all won further gold medals at the final Para Alpine World Cup of the season in Åre.

Norway's Pedersen, who won three titles at the World Championships in Lillehammer at the start of he year, won the men's sitting super-G and giant slalom contests in Åre.

The victories helped Pedersen earn the classification's crystal globe.

Germany's Forster won the women’s sitting crystal globe after wining the equivalent two races in Åre.

"It was nice [but] I think it was not that fast," the double Pyeongchang 2018 gold medallist said of the World Cup in Sweden.

"It was very turning, the snow was soft, so we have not that much of speed, but I had fun."

Japan’s Momoka Muraoka and The Netherland’s Barbara van Bergen ended the event in second and third, in that order, in the overall standings.

Austria's Johannes Aigner fought off Italy’s Giacomo Bertagnolli and France’s Hyacinthe Deleplace to win the men’s visually impaired (VI) super-G and giant slalom contests.

The achievements meant the 16-year-old won a first crystal globe.

Barbara Aigner, Johannes’ sister, finished behind compatriot Elina Stary in the women’s VI giant slalom.

Brtain's Knight won the VI super-G.

Even though she did not compete in Sweden, Slovakia’s nine-time Paralympic champion Henrieta Farkašová won the women’s VI crystal globe.

Despite Sweden's Ebba Aarsjö winning the standing super-G and giant slalom events on home snow, Russia’s Varvara Voronchikhina - second in both races - took home the women’s standing crystal globe.

Fellow Russian Alexei Bugaev won the men’s standing giant slalom and was second in the super-G, but France’s Arthur Bauchet had done enough across the season to claim the crystal globe.

Austrian Markus Salcher took the men's standing super-G honours in Åre.