ST MORITZ (Switzerland) - Latvian skeleton slider Martins Dukurs triumphed at the Skeleton World Cup stage at the St Moritz track in Switzerland today.
Germany's Axel Jungk took second place, while Germany's Felix Keisinger finished third.
Meanwhile, Martins' brother Tomass Dukurs finished in overall 9th place.
With the win, M.Dukurs has re-taken the lead in the Skeleton World Cup standings with 1,440 points. Russia's Alexander Tretyakov is in second place, 21 points behind M.Dukurs, while South Korea's Yun Sungbin is in third place with 1,381 points.
T.Dukurs is in seventh place in the WC standings with 1,104 points.
The final Skeleton World Cup stage, which will also serve as the European Championships, will be held at the Sigulda track in Latvia on February 15.