PARK CITY -- Hannah Kearney won her 14th consecutive World Cup gold, claiming the dual moguls title Saturday night at the freestyle event at Deer Valley Resort.
Kearney edged Canada's Justine Dufour-Lapointe for her first dual moguls win on the Champion run.
Fellow American Heather McPhie grabbed bronze.
Canada's Mikael Kingsbury was going for a record-setting seventh straight World Cup gold, but couldn't beat Russian Sergey Volkov in the final run.
It was Volkov's first career gold in a season where he also had his first career World Cup podium.
Older brother Andrey Volkov edged American Jeremy Cota for bronze Saturday.
The 25-year-old Kearney has been unbeatable since last season. She has won 13 straight individual World Cup mogul titles, including one Thursday, and is 3 for 3 in dual moguls this season.
Late Friday, temperatures dipped to the low teens Friday, yet it wasn't the chill American aerialists felt at the Freestyle World Cup.
They felt the energy from the late Jeret "Speedy" Peterson, who was being honored at the Deer Valley Resort where he first landed his trademark "hurricane:" three flips and five twists.
Dylan Ferguson, who had never earned a World Cup aerials podium in 29 previous tries, grabbed silver with a career performance in front of the home crowd.
Ferguson was so excited he danced on his skis for several minutes afterward.
"This is awesome," said Ferguson, who had the word "Speedy" on his helmet. "This one's for Speedy. This is how he would have wanted it."
On Wednesday, Deer Valley officials renamed their unique freestyle aerials tow lift "Hurricane" in memory of Peterson, a 2010 Olympic silver medalist who took his own life July 25 at age 29.