David Mobärg and Alexandra Edebo secured a Swedish double at the season-opening International Ski Federation (FIS) Ski Cross World Cup contest in Arosa.
Both secured maiden World Cup victories under floodlights at the Swiss resort.
In the men's contest, 21-year-old Mobärg was the only non-Swiss skier in the final but triumphed ahead of 2012-2013 champion Alex Fiva, who came second.
Berry Joos was third and Jonas Lenherr fourth.
Mobärg, tied for the third-fastest time of qualifying, won four of his five races, placing second in the quarter-finals.
Olympic champion Brady Leman, who topped qualifying, exited in the round of 32, as did defending FIS Ski Cross World Cup champion and fellow Canadian Kevin Drury.
.@alex_edebo wins ahead of @SmithFanny and @samikennedysim at the SX World Cup kick-off in @ArosaTweet— FISfreestyle (@FISfreestyle) December 15, 2020
Congrats - what a show🥳💃💯#fisfreestyle #skicross #podiumoftheday #arosa pic.twitter.com/QvXkitENFD
In the women's contest, Edebo ended the night with four wins from four races.
Pyeongchang 2018 bronze medallist Fanny Smith of Switzerland was second and Australian Sami Kennedy-Sim, fastest in qualifying, third.
Alizée Baron of France, who won a bronze medal at last year's World Championships, placed fourth.
Canada's Marielle Thompson, third in the overall standings last season, went out in the first round.
A second World Cup contest is scheduled tomorrow.