Pavel Krotov of Russia enjoyed victory on home soil as Switzerland's Noé Roth moved top of the overall aerials standings at the International Ski Federation Freestyle Skiing World Cup event in Moscow.
Krotov earned his first World Cup win since the 2011-2012 season, and only the second of his career, by scoring 137.50 points at the city competition in the Russian capital.
The 27-year-old finished 8.14 points clear of Roth, whose score of 129.36 was enough to send him into pole position on the overall Aerials World Cup leaderboard.
World mixed aerials champion Roth has 236 points, 13 ahead of Russia's Maxim Burov in second.
Pavel Dik of Belarus took third today having scored 115.32.
In the women's event, reigning Olympic aerials champion Hanna Huskova triumphed with a score of 95.46 points.
Huskova ended 4.04 points in front of Australia's Laura Peel, while Sofia Alekseeva added to the Russian haul with bronze on 76.56.
World champion Aliaksandra Ramanouskaya of Belarus, who did not start today, remains the overall leader on 260 points.