Olympic and world champion Christopher Grotheer slid to his first World Cup gold of the season with a track record in Park City.
The 30-year-old clocked the fastest time in both runs to finish in a combined time of one minute, 36 seconds and 26 milliseconds and claim top spot on the podium.
South Korea’s Jung Seung-gi was 0.17 seconds behind for silver whilst Great Britain’s Marcus Wyatt bagged bronze.
“I felt very good. I was angry last week, I was really dissatisfied with my performance as I had planned much more,” said Grotheer, who finished fifth at the season opener in Whistler.
“I was able to flip the lever here, it was a really good performance.”
Canada’s Mirela Rahneva took gold in the women’s event as all three current Olympic medallists were denied a podium position.
Germany’s Tina Hermann and Great Britain’s Laura Deas finished second and third respectively in Utah.
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