KEARNS, Utah — Shani Davis won his second gold in as many days, claiming the 1,000-meter men's World Cup long track event at the Utah Olympic Oval.
The American finished in 1 minute, 7.69 seconds Sunday to edge Stefan Groothuis of The Netherlands (1:07.94). Dutch teammate Pekka Koskela took bronze.
The Dutch also finished 1-2 in the women's 1,000, with Laurine van Riessen edging teammate Marrit Leenstra. Germany's Monique Angermuller won bronze.
Canada's Christine Nesbitt, who had won every 1,000, chose not to race Sunday with the World Sprint Championships in Calgary next weekend.
Earlier Sunday, American Tucker Fredricks took the overall lead in the World Cup 500-meter standings after claiming bronze for the second straight day.
Russia's Dmitrij Lobkov won gold in 34.54 seconds. Keiichiro Nagashima took silver in 34.57 seconds, while Fredricks was third in 34.62.
Lee Sang-hwa of South Korea won her second straight gold in the women's 500.