Dominik Fischnaller added a sprint victory to his regular win in Park City ©Getty Images

Dominik Fischnaller recorded his second International Luge Federation (FIL) World Cup victory in as many days in Park City, triumphing in the men's sprint.

The Italian completed the truncated course in 27.552sec, edging out Austria's David Gleirscher who stopped the clock after 27.640.

Germany's three-time Olympic gold medallist Felix Loch was third.

Reigning world champions were supreme in the women's singles and men's doubles sprints - all from Germany.

Julia Taubitz claimed women's victory in 31.717, with compatriot Dajana Eitberger 0.185 behind in second place.

Brittney Arndt was third to claim the United States' first podium finish of this home World Cup.

Tobias Wendl and Tobias Arlt won the men's doubles - their 47th FIL World Cup victory - in 31.862.

Exactly one-hundredth of a second back were fellow Germans Toni Eggert and Sascha Benecken, with Austria's Yannick Müller and Armin Frauscher completing the podium.

Austria did at least enjoy the women's doubles victory via Lara Kipp and Selina Egle, with a winning time of 32.195.

Italy's Andrea Vötter and Marion Oberhofer placed second in 32.322 and Germany's reigning world champions Jessica Degenhardt and Cheyenne Rosenthal rounded out the podium.

The FIL World Cup is now set for a break of almost three weeks, resuming at Sigulda in Latvia on January 7.