Japan's Mitsuki Ono won her third straight snowboarding halfpipe World Cup event Saturday in Calgary to clinch the women's overall title for the second season in a row.

Compatriot Ruka Hirano joined Ono in claiming back-to-back overall titles after finishing second in the fifth and final round of the men's circuit in Canada.

Ono scored 89.00 points on the first of her three runs, which would have been enough to win the gold on the day, but bettered it with a flawless 90.00 on her second attempt. Maddie Mastro of the United States was second on 88.25, with Japan's Sena Tomita coming third on 87.00.

Japan's Ruka Hirano (L) and Mitsuki Ono are pictured after claiming the men's and women's snowboarding halfpipe World Cup overall titles in Calgary, Canada, on Feb. 10, 2024. (Photo courtesy of Buchholz@fissnowboard)(Kyodo) 

"I managed to nail what I wanted on my second run," the 19-year-old Ono said. "It hasn't sunk in yet, but I'm genuinely happy to achieve my goal."

"I could ride with focus in all the events I contested this season and there's a sense of accomplishment with the results coming my way."

Ono comfortably finished on top of the overall standings with 380 points, ahead of Mastro's 260 and fellow American Bea Kim's 230. Tomita came fourth on 208.

Japan's Mitsuki Ono competes in the World Cup women’s snowboard halfpipe finals on Feb. 10, 2024, in Calgary, Canada. (The Canadian Press/AP/Kyodo)

Hirano scored 88.25 in the men's final to place behind Australian winner Valentino Guseli (91.50). Japan's Shuichiro Shigeno came third on 86.75.

Consistency paid off for Hirano after his third runner-up finish of the season ensured he reclaimed the overall title on 300 points, ahead of Guseli on 230.

"I'm happy to achieve my goal of winning the overall title, but there's frustration too, as I wanted to win the final event," Hirano said.

"I've managed to raise the difficulty level of my routine by some margin. I hope to keep evolving."

Scotty James of Australia, who won the season's first and third events, came third overall on 229 points, while Japan's Yuto Totsuka, winner of the fourth round, finished fourth.

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