Perrine and Kelly picked up four medals including a gold in the Women Super Combined plus two silvers and a bronze.

The haul marks an incredible 12 months for Perrine, who took home two bronze medals at the 2018 PyeongChang Paralympic Winter Games last February.

It wasn't an ideal start to the competition, after heavy snowfall forced a two-day delay, meaning Perrine and Kelly had two finals to contend in the one day.

While there was pressure, Perrine and Kelli showed how their new partnership is prospering taking silver in the Women’s Super-G and following that up with gold in the Women's Super Combine.
“We backed up out of the Super-G run and put it together for the slalom and managed to come away with first place, so pretty happy,” said Perrine.
Following the silver earlier in the day, the pair knew what they needed to focus on heading into the final event.
“Solid skiing…. we know we can put together a solid slalom performance so we stripped it back to basics, focused on our communications, our connection and the fact that we know we can ski well together," Perrine said.
“Going four from four is pretty great, it cements our partnership and we’re looking forward to the rest of the World Cup season."