Mirela Rahneva leaves St. Moritz, Switzerland with her first-ever World Cup gold medal in women’s skeleton.

Ever since her World Cup debut earlier this season in Whistler, Rahneva has been making a name for herself on the international circuit. The World Cup rookie has landed a spot on three out of five podiums in the 2016-17 season.

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Mirela Rahneva celebrates her first World Cup victory in St. Moritz, Switzerland, on Friday, Jan. 20, 2017. (Urs Flueeler/Keystone via AP)

Mirela Rahneva celebrates her first World Cup victory in St. Moritz, Switzerland, on Friday, Jan. 20, 2017. (Urs Flueeler/Keystone via AP)

Rahneva headed into the compeition in St. Moritz with two World Cup bronze medals – from Winterberg and Lake Placid – on her account. The Canadian opened with an impressive first run, crossing the line in one minute and 8.49 seconds to lead the compeition.

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With the entire field chasing her opening run, Rahneva’s next run clocked a 1:08.04s, a time more than a second faster next best rider Kendall Wesenberg for the United States. Not only did Rahneva’s final run secure her first-ever World Cup title, but set a new track record in St. Moritz.

Mirela Rahneva after winning her first World Cup in St. Moritz, Switzerland, on Jan. 20, 2017. (Urs Flueeler/Keystone via AP)

Mirela Rahneva after winning her first World Cup in St. Moritz, Switzerland, on Jan. 20, 2017. (Urs Flueeler/Keystone via AP)

The Canadians combined time of 2:16.53 was almost two seconds faster than silver medallist Wesenberg (2:18.36) and bronze medallist Janine Flock from Austria (2:18.51).

With her first start record, track record, World Cup medal and victory already secured, Rahneva’s has quickly become one to watch on the ice track in women’s skeleton.

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Rahneva wasn’t the only Canadian success story in Switzerland on Friday, at the LAAX Open snowboarders Max Parrot, Mark McMorris and Tyler Nicholson swept the podium in men’s slopestyle.