Nao Kodaira was victorious in the women's 1,000m ©Getty Images

The 500 metres Olympic champion, Nao Kodaira of Japan, finished second in the event she is famous for, before returning to win the 1,000 metres at the International Skating Union World Cup in Calgary.

Kodaira, who also holds the world record in the 500m, finished behind Russia's Angelina Golikova in the second 500m event of the ISU World Cup after finishing third yesterday.

Golikova won in 36.669, with Kodaira behind in 36.764 and the United States' Erin Jackson, who was unbeaten on the season before yesterday, finished in third 36.921.

Jackson still leads the World Cup standings on 420 points, though Golikova has closed the gap to second to just 16.

Kodaira went one better in the 1,000m, claiming victory in 1:12.510.

America's Brittany Bowe finished second in 1:12.543, and yesterday's 500m winner, Russia's Olga Fatkulina, chose not to compete in the 500m and came third in 1:13.151.

Bowe leads the World Cup standings on 222, with Kodaira in second on 192.

In the men's 1,500m, the US' Joey Mantia continued rolling back the years to lead the World Cup standings.

He won in 1:41.86 and extended his lead in the standings to 54 over China's Zhongyan Ning who did not race.

The Netherlands' Albertus Hoolwerf won the men's mass start in 7min 38.88sec.

Belgium's Bart Swings finished second to extend his lead in the World Cup standings.

Canada also maintained their perfect World Cup record in the women's team pursuit, winning in 2:52.067.

Japan finished second in 2:52.892, with China in third in 2:58.428.