Germany's Ramona Theresia Hofmeister triumphed in Rogla to claim the parallel giant slalom Crystal Globe ©Getty Images

German pair Stefan Baumeister and Ramona Theresia Hofmeister earned the parallel giant slalom titles on the International Ski Federation (FIS) Alpine Snowboard World Cup circuit in Rogla.

Hofmeister triumphed in the women's event to claim the Crystal Globe at the expense of Russia's Sofiy Nadyrshina, Austria’s Daniela Ulbing and Sabine Schoeffmann and Switzerland's Ladina Jenny.

After topping qualification, Hofmeister saw off Switzerland's Jessica Keiser, Schoeffmann and fellow German snowboarder Carolin Langenhorst to reach the big final.

There, she was 0.79sec quicker than Japan's Tsubaki Miki to finish with 307 parallel giant slalom points for the season.

Nadyrshina led the standings going into the final event of the season in the discipline in the Slovenian resort, but was absent due to FIS' ban on athletes from Russia following the invasion of Ukraine.

Michelle Dekker of The Netherlands placed third in Rogla, with her small final opponent Langenhorst not finishing.

Ulbing finished third for the season with 263 points, placing 10th in Rogla after a round of 16 defeat to her compatriot Schoeffmann.

Hofmeister leads the overall lead in the parallel standings after nine of the 10 events with 497 points, followed by Ulbing on 458 and Zogg on 440.

On the men's side, Baumeister failed to qualify after clocking 1min 3.41sec in the first stage of the competition.

However, his 100 race points for ranking 21st were enough to hold on to top spot in the parallel giant slalom standings.

South Korea's Lee Sang-ho could have overhauled the German snowboarder, but was beaten by Slovenia's Tim Mastnak in the small final.

Lee finished with 359 parallel giant slalom points, and Mastnak with 286.

The South Korean still leads the overall parallel standings with 544 points by Baumeister's 466 with one event to go.

The World Cup in Rogla was won by Italy's Edwin Coratti, who was 0.14 quicker than Poland's Oskar Kwiatkowski.

Parallel competition on the FIS Alpine Snowboard World Cup circuit is due to conclude in Berchtesgaden in Germany with men's and women's parallel slalom events on Saturday (March 19) and a parallel slalom team event on Sunday (March 20).