Amelie Wenger-Reymond of Switzerland sealed her second victory in as many days as she won today's parallel sprint race at the International Ski Federation Telemark World Cup in Bad Hindelang.
Wenger-Reymond, who reigned supreme in the sprint competition yesterday, held off the challenge of home skier, Germany's Johanna Holzmann, in the big final.
The result mirrored that of yesterday's event in the German resort as Britain's Jasmin Taylor took third by virtue of her triumph over France's Argeline Tan Bouquet in the small final.
Victory for Wenger-Reymond saw the dominant Swiss extend her lead at the top of the overall World Cup standings.
She now has a total of 820 points, 240 in front of Taylor, second on 580, while third place is occupied by Tan Bouquet.
Trym Nygaard Løken of Norway clinched the men's honours as he defeated Phillippe Lau of France in the big final.
Third place was claimed by Switzerland's Stefan Matter.
Løken leads the way in the race for the overall title and moved on to 637 points after his win today.
Matter is 37 points adrift in second, with Bastier Dayer, winner of the sprint race yesterday, third on 546.
The Telemark Skiing World Cup season is due to resume with a four-day event in Krvavec in Slovenia from Thursday (February 14) to Sunday (February 17).