Alexey Bugaev and Ivan Frantsev both came away with super-G gold medals for Russia on day two of the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) Alpine Skiing World Championships in Panorama.
Two-time Paralympic gold medallist Bugaev clocked a time of 1min 19.88sec in the men's standing event, finishing 1.67 seconds ahead of Austria's Matthias Lanzinger and a further 0.36 clear of Switzerland's Thomas Pfyl.
The 17-year-old's second gold medal in as many days came after Frantsev's triumph in the men's visually impaired event, alongside guide German Agranovskii.
The 2013 slalom world champion picked up his first speed world title in a time of 1:23.63, with Canada's Mac Marcoux, guided by brother BJ, 0.41 seconds off the pace in the silver medal position, and Slovakia's Miroslav Haraus, guided by Maros Hudik, an additional 0.77 seconds behind.
Meanwhile, in the men's sitting event, New Zealand's Corey Peters came out on top with a time of 1:20.41, before expressing disappointment with his performance in the aftermath.
France's Frederic Francois crossed the line in 1:21.20 to secure the silver medal, while the United States' Andrew Earl Kurka completed the podium in 1:21.32.
"To be honest, I wasn't entirely happy with that run," said Peters, who claimed his second gold medal of the Championships.
"I made a couple of big mistakes and I was really surprised to get to the bottom and be in the lead."
He added: "There was one up the top, coming into basketball and then there was another one at coaches knoll - I got some air and landed in the fluffy stuff.
"My coaches have told me, fast skiing doesn't look pretty and I guess there's some truth to that.
"I'll take the win and I'm so stoked to have won two in a row."
In the equivalent women's event, Germany's Anna Schaffelhuber was the only skier to finish the course as she claimed her first gold medal of the Championships.
"I think today was much better than yesterday," said Paralympic champion Schaffelhuber, who could only manage a bronze medal in the downhill yesterday.
"My run seemed quite ok - all in all it was a good one today."
The women's standing event saw France's in-form Marie Bochet collect her seventh straight world title and eighth in total.
The Paralympic champion registered a time of 1:24.77 to overcome Germany's Andrea Rothfuss by 4.06 seconds and Russia's Mariia Papulova by 8.83 seconds.
There was also further success for Australia's Melissa Perrine, who followed up her triumph in the downhill yesterday by winning the women's visually impaired event.
Guided by Andrew Bor, a time of 1:33.52 proved to be enough as the US's Danelle Umstead, guided by husband Rob, came second in 1:37.55, and Russia's Aleksandra Frantceva, guided by Semen Pliaskin, took third in 1:40.55.
The IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships are set to recommence on Saturday (March 7) with the super combined competitions.
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