For the second consecutive season, it was a case of Latvian domination at the World Cup. Martins Dukurs and his older brother Tomass once again finished 1-2 in the overall standings, with Martins winning six of the eight World Cup medals. Here's a look back at the season, which also featured breakout performances by U.S. slider Matt Antoine.
Calgary, Nov. 29
Picking up right where he left off during the 2012-13 season, Latvia's Martins Dukurs won the season opener by .75 seconds. It was Dukurs' seventh World Cup victory in a row.
Park City, Dec. 3
After winning silver in Calgary, Russia's Aleksandr Tretiyakov won his first gold medal since 2010. Martins Dukurs was right behind him, followed by Matt Antoine.
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Lake Placid, Dec. 13
A week after taking bronze, Wisconsin native Matt Antoine won the first gold medal of his career.
Winterberg, Jan. 3
Martins Dukurs returned to the top of the podium in Winterburg, as his brother Tomass (left) won his first silver medal of the season. Tretiyakov took bronze.
St. Moritz, Jan. 10 and 12
Tomass Dukurs finished directly behind his gold-medal-winning brother in both St. Moritz races.