Sofia Goggia edged Lindsey Vonn for the second straight day to win the ladies' super-G in the FIS World Cup on Sunday.
The Italian was victorious a day earlier in the downhill and backed that up in Jeongseon, South Korea.
Goggia finished 0.04 seconds ahead of Vonn to add to her maiden World Cup success of Saturday.
Before the weekend, a test event at the Jeongseon Alpine Centre ahead of next year's Olympics, the 24-year-old had nine podium finishes without a win.
Slovenian Ilka Stuhec finished third in a time of one minute, 20.86 seconds, just 0.51secs adrift of Goggia.
Stuhec is now the super-G standings leader ahead of Tina Weirather, who finished ninth on Sunday.