ARE, Sweden -- Olympic champion Hannah Kearney won her second World Cup race in two days with a victory in the dual moguls on Saturday.
The American, first in the individual moguls on Friday, put in a fast and clean run in the final to beat Czech Nikola Sudova.
"I skied four duals, all decent runs, with my last one being the most aggressive," Kearney said. "I found the balance today of being on the edge and being in control. I charged the middle and executed my jumps the best I could."
Kearney's appearance in Are, Sweden, is her first since her dual moguls semifinal loss in February in Naeba, Japan. That loss ended her all-discipline record of 16 consecutive World Cup victories.
On the men's side, American Patrick Deneen defeated Jeremy Cota in the final for a one-two U.S. finish.