Italian sailor Mattia Camboni is delighted after moving from fourth up first to claim the Hempel World Cup Series title as six fleets concluded racing in Marseille, France.
The 23-year-old won the first gold medal of the day in the Men's RS:X and was swiftly followed by Dutch racer, Lilian de Geus in the Women's RS:X over the weekend.
Camboni received a gold medal with his compatriot Daniele Benedetti picking up silver, while France's Louis Giard completed the podium in third place.
"This means a lot. Last year I missed out on a medal and it's so good to be at the top, especially at the final of the World Cup," Camboni said.
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"I didn't have a good start but I said okay, now I have to give everything. I knew I could do it.
"I really like these conditions and I just did the easy things right - good laylines and pumped a lot," he added.
"I just believed and knew I could do it. I had some luck but I had a really good week and was hoping for a medal."
Camboni also competed at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, in the men's RS:X.