Torquay skier Cameron Thomas has won the under-15's Celtic Cup dry slope championship.
Thomas, 13, won four gold medals in a row during the six-race series on artificial and dry ski slopes.
"Cameron won the under-13 age group two years ago and this result proves he's continued to improve," said Torquay Alpine Ski Club's Nigel Simmons.
"We are so pleased that he is achieving so much success for Devon at National Level," he added.
"Not many racers combine success on both snow and plastic and this is testament to Cameron's versatility."
Thomas will be the final winner of the championship as it will not be run next year. The organisers say they are hoping to launch a new event in 2012.