KEARNS -- Shani Davis won his first World Cup gold medal of the season on Saturday while Canada's Christine Nesbitt stayed perfect in the 1,000 meters.
Davis claimed the men's 1,000 at the World Cup long track event at the Utah Olympic Oval in 1 minute, 7.20 seconds.
Canada's Denny Morrison was second (1:07.39) and Stefan Groothuis of The Netherlands was third (1:07.45).
Nesbitt has won every 1,000-meter women's race this World Cup season, edging American Heather Richardson on Saturday. Nesbitt finished in 1:13.36, while Richardson skated a personal-best 1:13.99.
Ireen Wust of The Netherlands took bronze in 1:14.51.
American Brittany Bowe, a World Cup rookie who is making the jump from in-line skating and four years as a Division I point guard, took fifth in the 1,000. She skated a personal-best 1:14.87.
Lee Sang-Hwa won her second World Cup gold medal of the season Saturday, winning the 500-meter race. Lee finished in 37.36 seconds for her best time of the season.
Japan's Nao Kodairo skated a national-record time of 37.42 to take silver, while Richardson took bronze with a season-best 37.58, edging Nesbitt (37.59).
China's Jing Yu, who had won both World Cup 500 races she previously skated, was disqualified.
For the men, Japan's Keiichiro Nagashima won 500 gold in 34.37, edging Jan Smeekens of The Netherlands (34.40). American Tucker Fredricks (34.45) took bronze.
Korea's Mo Tae-Bum, the World Cup leader entering this weekend, was sixth for the men while Japan's Joji Kato was 13th.