With Cheryl Maas not competing in Austria, Pancochova was odds-on to take the ladies' Crystal Globe and did so with a second win of the season after scoring 95.50 in the final.
That was well clear of Finland's Henna Ikola, who was awarded 83.00 for second, while a score of 76.00 was enough for Slovakian Klaudia Medlova to finish in third place.
Meanwhile Hedberg landed a second run of 91.00 for the win in the men's final and overall Crystal Globe ahead of Petja Piiroinen who had to make do with 85.25 from his own second run.
The Austrian hosts had something to cheer about with Philipp Kundratitz taking third place with Niklas Mattsson, Torgeir Bergrem and Max Parrot all absent.
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