Kjetil Jansrud regained his FIS World Cup super-G crown, with a seventh-place finish at his home resort of Kvitfjell securing the third crystal globe of his career.
Jansrud always looked like winning a second super-G title, after winning the first three races of the season in the discipline.
Finishing second in St Moritz earlier this month left Jansrud just needing to keep in close company with Aleksander Kilde and Dominik Paris on his home slopes.
Kilde was fifth-fastest in the one-run race, while Paris finished outside the top 20.
Italy's Peter Fill followed up Saturday's second-place finish in the downhill to Jansrud with victory in this event, his time of 1:32.83 enough to hold off Hannes Reichelt and Erik Guay for top spot on the podium.
Fill is also Jansrud's closest competitor in the downhill standings, ahead of the final race of the season in Aspen next month.