Nick Moynihan thanked the University of Bath for its support after winning two gold medals at the Delancey British National Alpine Ski Championships in Tignes, France.
The International Management and French student – who has a Santander Sports Scholarship at the university – finished a second clear of the field in the Junior Championship slalom, 24 hours after winning gold in the giant slalom.
That was a much closer battle, with Max Baggio – who had pipped Moynihan to the Senior Championship title earlier in the week – finishing just one-hundredth of a second behind.
Moynihan was also the top-placed Brit in the junior Super G and second to Baggio in the senior competition.
His efforts ensured Moynihan finished the week with the Overall Combined National Junior Championship award, as well as the U21 prize.
“This week I’m giving something back to the university,” said Moynihan, who celebrated his 21st birthday on Tuesday.
“Bath are supportive no matter what the sport, when people are trying to combine that with full-time education.”
Some of the country’s top athletes have benefitted from University of Bath scholarships, including London 2012 Olympic silver medallists Michael Jamieson (swimming) and Samantha Murray (modern pentathlon).