British number one Crawford underlined his position as he finished sixth overall and ranked top Brit ahead of TJ Baldwin.
"There are some top, top guys here from France and Italy making the races very competitive," he said.
"I've skied really well but made a few mistakes, so sadly I've not made as many FIS points as I could have."
Meanwhile, Darcie Mead, a member of Team GB at last year's Winter Youth Olympic Games in Innsbruck, won the women's downhill usually dominated by three-time Olympian Chemmy Alcott, who is sidelined through injury.
Mead also won the Super-G.
Men 1. D Crawford (Bearsden, Glasgow) 1 min 15.88 secs 2. TJ Baldwin (Norfolk) 1:16.01, 3 Brad Morgan (Lancashire) 1:18.79. 4 Roy-Alexander Steudle (Berkshire) 1:19.02 5 Max Baggio (Hertfordshire) 1:19.69
Women 1. Darcie Mead (Kingston Upon Thames) 1 min 22.07 secs. 2. Natalia Harte (Kent) 1:23.00, 3 Violet Miller (Nottingham) 1:24.45.
Men: 1 Douglas Crawford (Bearsden, Scotland) 1min 25.33secs, 2 TJ Baldwin (Norfolk) 1 min 26.04 secs, 3 Bradley Morgan (Lancashire) 1 min 27.28 secs 4 Roy-Alexander Steudle (Berkshire) 1 min 28.08 secs
Women: 1 Darcie Mead (Kingston upon Thames) 1 min 31.48 secs, 2 Natalia Harte (Kent) 1 min 34.70 secs, 3 Alice Macaulay (Surrey) 1min 35.13secs, 4 Violet Miller (Nottingham) 1 min 36.8 secs.