Laura Smulders continued her domination of the BMX Supercross World Cup season by winning the penultimate round in Santiago del Estero.
The Dutch rider headed to Argentina with four wins from the opening six rounds of the International Cycling Union series.
Since her last World Cup win, Smulders has secured the world title in Azerbaijan's capital city Baku.
She advanced through the early rounds of competition in Santiago del Estero to remain on track for another triumph in Argentina.
She would clinch victory in the final by completing the event in a time of 33.962 seconds.
United States' Alise Willoughby ended 0.640 seconds back as the runner-up, while New Zealand's Sarah Walker completed the podium 2.294 behind.
UCI BMX SX World Cup 2018 Rd 7:— UCI BMX Supercross (@UCI_BMX_SX) September 29, 2018
1 Corben SHARRAH (USA) 32.012, 2 Gonzalo MOLINA (ARG) +0.140, 3 Jared GARCIA (USA) +0.263, 4 Niek KIMMANN (NED) +0.265, 5 Mathis RAGOT RICHARD (FRA) +0.361, 6 Aleksandr KATYSHEV (RUS) +0.429, 7 Jeremy RENCUREL (FRA) +0.469, 8 Kye WHYTE (GBR) pic.twitter.com/Yum3q27kaq
The men's event saw Corben Sharrah emerge as the winner, with the American achieving a time of 32.012.
He denied home favourite Gonzalo Molina victory, as the Argentine cyclist ended second at 0.140 behind the winner.
Sharrah's team-mate Jared Garcia completed the podium at 0.263 behind.
Series leader Niek Kimmann missed out on the top three, with the Dutch rider eventually ending fourth.
The World Cup season will conclude tomorrow with the final round in Santiago del Estero.