Roland Fischnaller won the men's parallel giant slalom crystal globe ©Getty Images

Roland Fischnaller and Ramona Theresia Hofmeister clinched the respective men and women's parallel giant slalom crystal globes at the International Ski Federation (FIS) Snowboard World Cup in Rogla.

Fischnaller, 40, earned the parallel giant slalom title despite finishing 11th in today's competition.

Zan Kosir of Slovenia utilised his home advantage to defeat Andrey Sobolev in the big final, while Poland's Oskar Kwiatkowski edged out Edwin Coratti of Italy in the small final to finish third.  

Fischnaller's 11th place finish was enough to see him top the parallel giant slalom standings with 215 points. 

Igor Sluev of Russia finished close to the Italian on 214, while Benjamin Karl of Austria was third on 213. 

Hofmeister, the Pyeongchang 2018 Olympic bronze medallist in the parallel giant slalom, won the women's big final against Sofia Nadyrshina of Russia. 

Completing the podium was Switzerland's Julie Zogg, who surpassed Claudia Riegler of Austria in the small final. 

Hofmeister was comfortable at the top of the parallel giant slalom standings, leading with 440 points. 

Nadyrshina followed on 283, with Germany's Selina Jörg third on 230. 

Berchtesgaden in Germany is scheduled to stage the last FIS Snowboard World Cup parallel slalom on March 20.