The Czech Republic's Ester Ledecká made it two victories out of two on the International Ski Federation Alpine Snowboard World Cup circuit by winning today's parallel giant slalom event in Cortina d'Ampezzo in Italy.
Twenty-two-year-old Ledecká, a double world champion, won yesterday's season-opener in another Italian resort, Carezza.
She has now made it two wins from two after beating Germany's Selina Jörg in today's big final.
Ledecká, who is looking to win the overall parallel World Cup title for the third season in a row, has started the snowboard season in superb style after also competing at Alpine skiing this term.
She entered the World Cups in Lake Louise and St.Moritz earlier this month.
Claudia Riegler of Austria won today's bronze medal, beating compatriot Sabine Schoeffmann in the small final.
In the men's event, Austrian Alexander Payer topped the podium.
He defeated Italy's Roland Fischnaller in the big final, who had to settle for the silver medal on home snow.
France's Sylvain Dufour won the small final against Nevin Galmarini of Switzerland to clinch bronze.
Parallel slalom action will take place for the first time this season in Cortina tomorrow.