The 29-year-old Italian, who was pipped to the post by Switzerland's Beat Feuz in the downhill standings, returned to the slopes of Soldeu a day later and rounded off a dominant campaign in the super-G discipline.

'What a ski!' - Paris clinches Super-G Crystal Globe

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By topping the podium in 1:20.42 ahead of Switzerland's Mauro Caviezel (1:20.57) and Austria's Vincent Kriechmayr (1:20.86), Paris took the title by a an 84-point margin, with Kriechmayr and Caviezel second and third overall respectively.

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"[It's] a dream come true; a lot of hard work and I pushed always," said Paris, whose previous best finish in the super-G standings was second in 2015.
"I was, two or three times, very close to [taking] this but I am so happy.
"I tried to focus on the course and on speed but it was hard. I was more nervous than normal but I tried to thrash it out and everything on the limit, trying to win the race.
"I'm so happy."
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