PARK CITY, Utah (AP) — China's Zhang Yiwei won the men's snowboard halfpipe in the U.S. Grand Prix on Sunday executing a massive double cork 1,260 in a 98.00-point final run.

Kelly Clark won the women's event, her second FIS World Cup victory of the season, easily beating 18-year-old American teammate Arielle Gold.

Taylor Gold, Arielle Gold's brother, was second in the men at 94.75. Australia's Kent Callister was third Sunday.

Zhang and Taylor Gold tied for the overall Sprint U.S. Grand Prix tour title.

"It's awesome to get second here," Taylor said. "Yiwei totally deserved it. He did one of the biggest runs I've ever seen."

The 31-year-old Clark had a 94.50-point run. She also won the overall Sprint U.S. Grand Prix tour title.

Gold, from Steamboat Springs, Colorado, had an 88.75.

China's Cai Xuetong was third.