Ted Ligety's impressive form continued as the American backed up his gold medal at Sochi 2014 with a win in Kranjska Gora.
Sochi 2014 gold medallist Mikaela Shiffrin won the overall slalom World Cup title with victory in Are, Sweden.
Shani Davis went some way to putting his Olympic disappointment behind him as he won his first race since Sochi 2014.
Johannes Rydzek won his second Nordic combined World Cup event of the week by claiming victory in Oslo.
Daniel Richardsson upset home favourite and World Cup leader Martin Johnsrud Sundby to claim victory in the 50km mass start.
Anna Fenninger claimed her second alpine skiing giant slalom World Cup win in as many days to take the overall lead in the race for the Crystal Globe.
Kaisa Makarainen claimed victory in the women's 10km pursuit in Pokljuka to close the gap at the top of the World Cup standings.
Anders Bardal brought an end to Kamil Stoch's winning run but the double Olympic champion still edged closer to the Crystal Globe.
Alex Fiva picked up where he left off after claiming victory in the first ski cross World Cup race after the Winter Olympics.
Johannes Rydzek notched up win number six in succession for Germany on the Nordic combined World Cup tour in Trondheim.
Katharina Innerhofer shot and skied her way into the history books as she delivered an almighty surprise.
Anna Fenninger played down her chances of snatching the overall World Cup title despite claiming a giant slalom win in Are.
Sarka Pancochova and Mans Hedberg claimed the overall snowboard slopestyle World Cup titles in perfect fashion.
Ola Vigen Hattestad and Maiken Caspersen Falla performed a repeat of Sochi 2014 as they both won the sprint in Drammen.
Kamil Stoch's fine form shows no signs of slowing down as he claimed a second successive individual win with victory in Finland.
Norwegian biathlete Ole Einar Bjoerndalen has delayed plans to retire and will compete for another two years.