With the overall moguls title already wrapped up, Mikaël Kingsbury didn’t even need to race in Saturday’s dual event in downtown Moscow to know he’d be lifting the Crystal Globe.

However, the final race of the season gave the Canadian a chance to pad his career-record win total, and he did just that by scoring yet another victory at the FIS World Cup finals, putting an exclamation point on a dominant season.

Benjamin Cavat of France lost to Kingsbury in the big final for a second-place finish.

Kingsbury’s teammate Phillipe Marquis took the final spot on the podium.

On the women’s side, Canada’s Andi Naude snagged a silver medal in an event that saw each of the Dufour-Lapointe sisters miss the finals.

Despite the less than stellar finish in Moscow, Chloe Duflour-Lapointe captured the overall moguls title, and was awarded the Crystal Globe.

Her sister Justine finished second-overall for the season.

Catch more coverage of the event on Road to the Olympic Games on Saturday at 4 p.m. ET on both CBCSports.ca and CBC Television.