Chloe Kim secured her third halfpipe World Cup title with a win in Aspen ©Getty Images

Chloe Kim of the United States and Japan's Yūto Totsuka have claimed the women's and men's International Ski Federation (FIS) Snowboard World Cup halfpipe titles, respectively, after completing their undefeated campaigns with victory in Aspen.

Olympic champion Kim sealed her third halfpipe World Cup title by winning the women's competition.

The 20-year-old scored 90.50, enough to finish ahead of Queralt Castellet of Spain, who scored 86.00.

Japan's Sena Tomita claimed the bronze medal for a second time this season with a score of 82.50.

New world champion Totsuka also claimed his third halfpipe World Cup title at just 19 years old after finishing top of the men's standings with a score of 91.75.

His compatriot Raibu Katayama won silver, scoring 86.75, while Andre Höflich took bronze on 84.00.

Katayama, who missed the entire 2019-2020 season due to injury, returned to the podium for the first time in three years.

Running alongside the Snowboard World Cup was the FIS Freestyle Ski World Cup, with American Aaron Blunck and Canada's Rachael Karker winning the sole events in this season's halfpipe competition.

In the men's event, Colorado native Blunck won a tight contest, scoring 96.50 ahead of Canada's Brendan Mackay on 95.00.

Victory for the 2019 world champion sealed the halfpipe World Cup title, with Aspen the only competition in the discipline to be held this season due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

New Zealand's world champion Nico Porteous took bronze on 94.50.

Canadian Karker pulled out a terrific last run to secure the gold medal in the women's event, scoring 93.25.

Britain's Zoe Atkin was her closest challenger, with the teenager finishing on 91.50 for silver.

Olympic bronze medallist Brita Sigourney was the top American in third, scoring a best of 89.00.