Russia's Dmitry Loginov made it two wins from two this weekend in Lake Bannoye ©FIS Snowboard

Russia's Dmitry Loginov and Switzerland's Julie Zogg won the men's and women's parallel slalom events, respectively, on day two of the International Ski Federation (FIS) Snowboard World Cup Lake Bannoye in Russia.

Home favourite Loginov rounded off a perfect weekend having won both of his races - a result that moved him to the top of the overall parallel slalom World Cup standings.

In his run to the final, Loginov defeated Switzerland's Nevin Galmarini, Austria's Fabian Obmann and Switzerland's Dario Caviezel before securing the gold in a head-to-head with compatriot Stepan Naumov.

Naumov failed to finish, leaving a path to victory for Loginov.

Andrey Sobolev made it an all-Russian podium after defeating Caviezel in the small final by 0.12sec to win the bronze medal.

Austria's Andreas Prommegger, Russia's Dmitry Sarsembaev, and Austrian pair Benjamin Karl and Obmann completed the top eight.

In the women's competition, Zogg similarly had a straightforward victory after her final opponent, Germany's Cheyenne Loch, made a mistake and had to settle for the silver medal.

Zogg overcame Russia's Maria Volgina, Switzerland's Patrizia Kummer and Japan's Tomoka Takeuchi en route to the big final.

In the small final, Takeuchi won the bronze medal following a head-to-head with Sabine Schoffmann, who failed to finish the race and had to settle for fourth.

Austria's Claudia Riegler, Russia's Sofia Nadyrshina, Switzerland's Kummer and Natalia Soboleva of Russia rounded out the top eight.

Parallel overall World Cup leader Ramona Theresia Hofmeister was knocked out in the opening round against Schoffman, but still sits ahead of Nadyrshina, Loch and Zogg in the standings.

The next round of the World Cup is scheduled to take place on March 6 in Rogla in Slovenia.