Murase Kokomo won the women's gold medal in Chur ©Getty Images

Japan asserted their dominance at the International Ski and Snowboard Federation (FIS) Snowboard World Cup by winning men's and women's big air titles in Chur.

The Asians were a cut above the rest, claiming five of the six podium places on offer in the Swiss City.

Murase Kokomo, who won bronze at the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics, defeated compatriot Iwabuchi Reira for the title, with slopestyle world champion Mia Brookes of Britain taking bronze.

Kokomo scored 179.25 points overall for her fourth World Cup win.

Reira's silver medal came after bagging 175.50 while Brookes, who started well in the first run with 93.25, settled for bronze scoring 169.75.

A Japanese one-two-three among men was led by Ogiwara Hiroto, who finished on 171.50 overall.  

Ogiwara Hiroto starred for Japan among men ©Getty Images
Ogiwara Hiroto starred for Japan among men ©Getty Images

Kimura Kira finished second with 168 points while two-time X Games champion Otsuka Takeru claimed bronze with 167.50.

Switzerland's Mathilde Gremaud and Canada's Dylan Deschamps took the free ski titles yesterday based on qualification scores.

Due to poor weather, free ski finals was cancelled yesterday.  

Snowboarders will be heading to Secret Garden, where the Beijing 2022 events were staged, for their next World Cup at the end of November.