Natalie Geisenberger has clinched her eighth overall women's Luge World Cup title just four months since returning to competition after childbirth.
The four-time Olympic gold medallist only returned to competition last November after giving birth in May.
Despite finishing 13th in today's race in St Moritz, Geisenberger was crowned overall women's World Cup champion.
She claimed two victories this season and finished as runner-up nine times.
The German also took women's singles silver at the Luge World Championships in Königssee last weekend.
"If someone had told me in the summer that I would win the overall World Cup as well as a silver medal at the World Championships, I would have taken it immediately," Geisenberger said.
"I can be very proud of how it all went.
"Not only athletically, but that I am also suited as a mother.
"However, without the support of my husband and parents, I wouldn't be able to manage anything like this."
Elīna leva Vītola of Latvia earned the first World Cup victory of her career in today's race, recording a time of 1min 53.618sec in heavy snowfall.
Germany's reigning world champion Julia Taubitz was second in 1:53.870, while Natalie Maag of Switzerland was third in 1:53.897.
Taubitz finished second in the overall World Cup standings, 19 points off Geisenberger's total of 995.
Dajana Eitberger completed an all-German podium with 698.
The poor weather conditions in the Swiss resort resulted in the cancellation of the final team relay event of the season.
"We had very heavy snowfall today," said International Luge Federation sport director Maria-Luise Raine.
"The team relay is another story in terms of safety and a false triggering of the start gate due to the snowfall is a safety risk we don't want to take."
Germany were subsequently crowned winners of the World Cup title in the discipline on 415 points.
Russia finished second on 385 points, with Latvia third on 330.