While the most disciplines of the FIS Snowboard World Cup haven't crowned their 2013 season's champions yet, the snowboard cross riders already know who has been dominating the tour this winter.
On the women's side, Dominique Maltais (CAN) became the indisputable champion last weekend in Veysonnaz, Switzerland.
So did reigning World Champion Alex Pullin (AUS) on the men's.
It was the fourth title for Maltais, who clinched her third in a row. The firefighter from Montreal is the first women to ever celebrate a SBX World Cup title three-peat and the second woman since Karine Ruby (FRA) to win title #4.
Pullin celebrated his career's second since 2011 when he and Maltais were on top of the world together (see photo).
Both will be racing the time trials on Wednesday, March 20, at 11 AM at the FIS Snowboard World Cup finals staged in Sierra Nevada, Spain, in order to secure a spot for the final knock out rounds of this winter.
The finals are scheduled for Thursday, March 21 at 12 PM.