Defending champion Lonnie Bissonnette claimed victory in the seated bobsleigh at the second round of the International Bobsleigh and Skeleton Federation (IBSF) Para-sport World Cup season in Park City in Utah today.
The Canadian, who is also the world champion, had to settle for fourth place at the opening leg of the campaign, also held in Park City, on Sunday (November 20).
He could not be beaten today, however, clocking a combined time of 1min 40.30sec for gold after his two runs at the 2002 Olympic venue.
Alvils Brants of Lativa, who was third at the first competition, upgraded to silver by stopping the watches at 1:41.24.
Bronze went to Switzerland's Christopher Stewart who was timed at 1:41.38.
Canada's Brian McPherson was victorious at the opening event but had to make do for 10th this time around.
In the skeleton competition, home American slider Eric Eierdam took top honours.
The US competitor, the defending World Cup and world champion, was too strong for the competition as he clocked 1:47.91 to improve on his opening leg silver.
Second today went to another American in Ryan Gautieri who moved up from bronze on Sunday by clocking 1:48.68.
Britain's Matt Richardson, the winner of the first competition, took bronze today in a time of 1:48.78.
The next leg of the World Cup will take place in Lillehammer in Norway on January 20, with a second World Cup taking place in the 1994 Winter Olympic host the following day.