Reigning Olympic champion Steven Holcomb of Park City, Utah, powered his Night Train2 team to victory Sunday in Koenigssee, Germany, in the final World Cup race before the Sochi Games.
Holcomb heads to the Winter Olympics ranked second on a day Monterey driver Nick Cunningham finished 10th.
"The momentum we're building heading into the Olympics is incredible," Holcomb told USA Bobsled.
Swiss driver Beat Hefti was second, followed by Canada's Lyndon Rush.
Holcomb is the combined two-man and four-man bobsled leader with 3,159 points. Cunningham was 13th after the first run Sunday but improved to eighth on run 2. He is ranked 15th in the four-man and 11th combined.
Elana Meyers of Georgia and Aja Evans of Chicago finished second in the season's final women's bobsled World Cup race. Meyers finished the season ranked second overall, one point off the lead.
Jamie Greubel of Pennsylvania, who was 10th on Sunday, ended the season ranked third with Jazmine Fenlator of New Jersey seventh overall, eighth in Koenigssee.
Mammoth Lakes skier Stacey Cook continued to lead the U.S. women's speed team with a 13th in the super G in Cortina, Italy. She is expected to be named to her third Olympic team later Sunday whereas Squaw Valley's Julia Mancuso should make her fourth team. Mancuso took 16th in the final race before Sochi.
Swiss Lara Gut got her fifth victory of the season followed by Tina Weirather of Liechtenstein and Maria Hoefl-Riesch of Germany.
Luger Chris Mazdzer of New York got a career-best season seventh place in the season's final World Cup race in men's singles in Sigulda, Latvia.
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