1,629-1,628. That's the margin by which reigning Olympic champion Kaillie Humphries finished ahead of U.S. driver Elana Meyers in the overall World Cup standings. Here's a look back at the dramatic 2013-14 competition, which saw either Humphries or Meyers win five of the eight World Cup gold medals.
Calgary, Nov. 30
Canada's Kaillie Humphries holds her niece shortly after winning the season opener with brakeman Heather Moyse.
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Park City, Dec. 6 and 7
Together with brakeman Aja Evans (third from right), Elana Meyers won both Park City races. In the second race, the other two U.S. sleds tied for second place, leading to a U.S. sweep of the podium.
Lake Placid, Dec. 14
Humphries moved close to taking back the lead in the World Cup standings with her second gold-medal-winning race of the season. Meyers, partnered with Lauryn Williams this time, finished in second place.
Winterberg, Jan. 5
Sandra Kiriasis (right) became the first European to win gold during the 2013-14 season. The 39-year-old Kiriasis is a two-time Olympic medalist.
St. Moritz, Jan. 11
Kaillie Humphries won gold in St. Moritz, while Elana Meyers finished in 12th place. It would be the only time Meyers did not reach the podium this season.