Great Britain’s Corie Mapp leads the International Bobsleigh and Skeleton Federation (IBSF) Para Sport World Cup standings after the latest two races in St Moritz.
After a fourth-place finish in the first race on the Olympia Bob Run St Moritz-Celerina yesterday, the 2017-2018 overall World Cup winner achieved his fourth victory of the season in the second race today in 2 min 27.31sec.
Mapp sits on 1,302 points and has an advantage of 105 over Latvia’s Arturs Klots, the 2018 world champion who won the first race in 2:28.09.
Reigning World Cup title holder Lonnie Bissonnette of Canada is a further two points behind in third place.
Italy's Fabrizio Caselli finished second and third in St Moritz to celebrate his first podium places on the IBSF Para Sport World Cup tour.
He ranked ahead of Bissonnette in the first race and behind Klots in the second race.
St Moritz was the third stop on this season's IBSF Para Sport World Cup tour.
The next leg is due to take place in Lake Placid in the United States on February 6 and 7, with races seven and eight of 10 scheduled.