Japan topped both World Cup dual moguls podiums Saturday, with Ikuma Horishima winning for the second straight day and Anri Kawamura picking up her first victory of the season.
Beijing Olympics bronze medalist Horishima defeated France's Benjamin Cavet in the men's final at Alpe d'Huez in France, a day after winning the moguls event.
Kawamura, runner-up in last season's race for the overall World Cup title, failed to qualify for Friday's moguls final round.
She came back on Saturday, capping her day by beating France's Perrine Laffont in the women's final for her first dual moguls gold and fourth podium finish in five events this season.
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