Mikael Kingsbury won his second straight World Cup gold medal in the dual moguls at Meribel, France on Tuesday, advancing through five rounds to take the win over French skier Anthony Benna. Other Canadians in the running include Philippe Marquis in 13th, Whistler's Eddie Hicks in 14th and Marc-Antoine Gagnon in 16th.Hannah Kearney of the U.S. won the women's dual moguls event, and is also undefeated this season. To get to the top of the podium she defeated Canada's Justine Dufour-Lapointe in the finals. Heather McPhie of the U.S. won her small final over Ekaterina Stolyarova of Russia.Chloe Dufour-Lapointe was the only other Canadian to make the women's finals, placing 12th overall. Whistler's Chelsea Henitiuk just missed a spot in the top 16 after ranking 17th in the qualifier."It was a perfect day with the snow," said Kingsbury of his win. "It was icy yesterday but it snowed all day today so it was great for the finals. In my training my skiing was pretty good and I focused on not making mistakes. I just made training like competition and took one dual at a time."In the final I felt like the Boston Bruins when they come to Montreal. All the French were cheering for Anthony Benna, but I like not being the favourite so it was fun for me."