The 31-year-old double World Champion from Canberra now joins legends of the sport Jacqui Cooper and Alisa Camplin as multiple World Cup champions.
Peel was again the dominant athlete of the season performing the most difficult triple back somersaults at each event, recording four World Cup podium performances and the second World Championship gold medal of her career earlier in the week in Almaty.
Joining Peel in the super final was VIS teammate Danielle Scott who also jumped a number of triple back somersaults in finals.
Unfortunately in the super-final medal round both Scott and Peel had trouble landing their triple back somersaults finishing in in fifth and sixth place respectively.
Gabi Ash finished in ninth after earlier qualifying for finals in a personal best fourth place.
“It’s been a massive week, but honestly I could not have asked for more, I started the season with the yellow leaders bib and to finish with the yellow bib and a World Championship win is the dream ending really”, said Peel after receiving her Crystal Globe.
“It’s been nine months now that I have been on the road so looking forward to heading home.”
Peel finished the season on top of the World Cup standings with 450 points, followed by American Winter Vinecki with 343 points with Marion Thenault of Canada in third with 312 points.