Team Canada athletes kept fans on their feet over the weekend, winning four World Cup events, with two podiums sweeps and historic finishes along the way.

Here’s the latest weekend roundup.

Freestyle Skiing – Moguls

Read: Canadian women sweep podium; Kingsbury still moguls king

Mikael Kinsgsbury kisses his trophy as he celebrates his victory at the moguls World Cup on January 21, 2017 in St-Come, Que. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Jacques Boissinot

Mikael Kinsgsbury kisses his trophy as he celebrates his victory at the moguls World Cup on January 21, 2017 in St-Come, Que. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Jacques Boissinot

Canadians had a super Saturday on home snow at the moguls World Cup in Val St-Côme. The Canadian women delighted fans, giving them a podium sweep with Justine Dufour-Lapointe taking gold, Andi Naude clinching silver and Chloé Dufour-Lapointe capturing bronze. On the men’s side Mikaël Kingsbury won the men’s competition, reclaiming the top spot on the overall World Cup leader board in the process.

Cross-Country Skiing

Read: Breakthrough bronze for Canada in cross-country relay
Read: Harvey makes history with back-to-back World Cup wins

Team of Canada, from left, Len Valjas, Alex Harvey, Knute Johnsgaard and Devon Kershaw celebrate their third place in men's relay 4x7.5 km competition at the FIS Cross Country skiing World Cup event in Ulricehamn, Sweden, Sunday Jan. 22, 2017. (Adam Ihse / TT via AP)

Len Valjas, Alex Harvey, Knute Johnsgaard and Devon Kershaw  (L-R) celebrate their bronze in men’s relay 4×7.5 km at the World Cup in Ulricehamn, Sweden on Jan. 22, 2017. (Adam Ihse / TT via AP)

This weekend was one of firsts for Cross-Country Canada at the World cup in Ulricehamn, Sweden. In started on Saturday, when Alex Harvey won the 15km race, becoming the first Canadian to win World Cup gold medals on back-to-back weekends. The success continued on Sunday when Harvey, Devon Kershaw, Knute Johnsgaard and Lenny Valjas captured bronze to win the nation’s first distance 4×7.5m relay World Cup medal.

Snowboard – Slopestyle

Read: Parrot leads Canadian slopestyle sweep at LAAX

Yabadabadooo!! 😃 1st place at Laax Open!! 🙏🏻 photo:@chriswitwicki

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Another podium sweep occurred this weekend in Switzerland at the LAAX Open. Canadian snowboarders continued to show their dominance in slopestyle with Max Parrot, Mark McMorris and Tyler Nicholson finishing first through third in the men’s event.

Skeleton

Read: Rahneva wins her first-ever World Cup in St. Moritz

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)

Mirela Rahneva’s incredible breakout season continues. In her debut season on the World Cup circuit, Rahneva won her first World Cup title on Saturday in Switzerland. Her recent gold brings her season’s World Cup medal count to three in only five events.

Bobsleigh

Read: Humphries and Lotholz race to bobsleigh silver in St. Moritz

Kaillie Humphries and Melissa Lotholz finished second in bobsleigh after an extremely close women’s competition where they finished a mere 0.01 seconds behind first. Leaving St. Moritz with a sliver medal, Canadian bobsleigh sliders will continue the World Cup circuit in Königssee, Germany next weekend.

Figure Skating

Read: Canadian figure skating team named for worlds

After a long weekend of competition at the Canadian Tire National Skating Championships in Ottawa, Skate Canada selected its team for the upcoming 2017 ISU World Championships and PyeongChang 2018 test event.

Athletics – Pole Vault

Rio 2016 Olympian Alysha Newman set a new Canadian indoor pole vault record of 4.65m metres. Her record setting performance puts her among the best in the world this season, sitting third in the 2017 IAAF world indoor rankings.

Tennis

Read: Raonic advances to third straight Australian Open quarterfinal

Next stop -> the #AusOpen quarter-finals for the third straight year! 💪 #Raonic #CdnTennis

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Milos Raonic advanced to Australian Open quarterfinals for the third year in a row. The Canadian defeated 13th-seeded Roberto Bautista Agut 7-6 (8-6), 3-6, 6-4, 6-1.