Mathieu Faivre produced a dominant performance to take World Championship gold in the parallel giant slalom in Cortina d'Ampezzo.
After compatriot Alexis Pinturault had won silver and bronze in the alpine combined and Super-G, it was Faivre who claimed a first gold of the week for France.
He beat Croatia's Filip Zubcic in the final, going quicker in both legs to claim victory by 0.48 seconds.
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Zubcic had narrowly beaten Loic Meillard in the semi-final, with the Swiss skier having to settle for the bronze.
However it was Faivre who was the class of the field, with his only scare coming in the quarter-final where he edged out Austrian Fabio Gstrein by just 0.02 seconds.
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