ARE, Sweden -- Hannah Kearney of the U.S. defeated Yulia Galysheva of Kazakstan to win the women's dual moguls in the freestyle World Cup on Saturday.
Canada's Chloe Dufour-Lapointe took third from American Heather McPhie, the moguls winner the previous day. With one event left, Kearney leads the women's standings by 60 points from Dufour-Lapointe, and 64 over McPhie.
In the men's event, moguls world champion Alex Bilodeau beat Canadian teammate Mikael Kingsbury.
Bilodeau also beat Kingsbury in the moguls final on Friday, but moguls world champ Kingsbury needs only three points from the season-ending dual moguls in Sierra Nevada, Spain next week to win the overall.
Bradley Wilson of the United States beat Per Spett of Sweden for third.
Earlier, Alex Fiva of Switzerland held off home favorite Viktor Oehling Norberg to win the first of the weekend's two skicross races.
Jean Frederic Chapuis of France, who won the world championship last weekend in Voss, Norway, was third.
Fiva extended his lead in skicross World Cup to 574 points, 140 points better than second-placed teammate Armin Niederer, with two events left.
Anna Woerner of Germany won the women's race.
World champion Fanny Smith of Switzerland didn't compete, but still leads the season standings by 34 points from Ophelie David of France.