Australia's Alex Pullin has recorded a second victory in as many days at the opening event of the International Ski Federation Snowboard Cross World Cup in Cerro Catedral in Argentina.
After winning yesterday's first race in the Argentinian resort, Pullin led the field from the start with Sochi 2014 Olympic champion Pierre Vaultier right behind him.
But when the Frenchman failed to take a left turn cleanly, Pullin was able to break away from the rest of the field and managed to hold onto his lead.
“It's been two days of great racing," Pullin said.
"I felt fast in training, so I knew I should be pretty good today.
"First few heats were pretty good, and yeah, I was just able to do it again.
"It feels amazing, I couldn't be happier to be honest.
"It's a perfect way to start the season.”
Alessandro Hämmerle of Austria finished second while Mick Deirdorff of the United States took third.
Lindsey Jacobellis of the US lost out in a photo finish yesterday but recovered to climb to the top of the podium 24 hours later.
The five-time world champion waited for the right moment to pass Sochi 2014 Olympic gold medallist Eva Samková of the Czech Republic.
An opportunity eventually opened in a turn and Jacobellis flew past Samková to move into the lead, before holding on until the finish line.
“I feel terrific," said Jacobellis.
"This has been very challenging because the start section is pretty technical and it was hard for me to get moving so I had to rely on my passing skills and the turns and being technical down below.”
Samková finished in second while yesterday's winner, Chloe Trespeuch of France, completed the podium in third.