Dmitry Loginov (right) and Ramona Theresia Hofmeister of Germany each claimed gold medals ©FIS/Twitter

Dmitry Loginov continued Russia's superb form at the International Ski Federation (FIS) Snowboard Junior World Championships with the gold medal in the men's parallel slalom in Rogla.

It followed two Russian parallel giant slalom titles yesterday on the opening day of speed events in the Slovenian resort following the conclusion of technical competitions last Wednesday (March 30) in Seiser Alm in Italy.

The 16-year-old Loginov, competing in his maiden World Championships, led home a Russian 1-2 ahead of team-mate Dmitriy Karlagachev, who was forced to settle for a second successive silver medal.

There was home success in third as Crt Ikovic of Slovenia finished third.

Crt Ikovic claimed bronze for Slovenia in the men's event ©FIS
Crt Ikovic claimed bronze for Slovenia in the men's event ©FIS

Canada's Jules Lefebvre finished fourth ahead of a third Russian in the form of parallel giant slalom champion Dmitry Sarsembaev.

Germany's Ramona Theresia Hofmeister, a comparative veteran in comparison with Loginov after passing her 20th birthday last week, ensured there was no second successive Russian double after winning the corresponding women's event.

Russia did take the silver medal courtesy of Milena Bykova.

Elisa Profanter of Italy won bronze to follow her parallel giant slalom silver medal yesterday.

There will be a rest day tomorrow before snowboardcross qualification is due to take place on Tuesday (April 5).