Double Olympic champion Wescott made history in taking a photo-finish victory in the second men’s World Cup race of the season on Friday, becoming the second oldest winner ever at 36 years and five months.
And he made it two from two in Telluride after joining forces with fellow American Nate Holland to win the big final of the team event ahead of Italian duo Emanuel Perathoner and Tommaso Leoni.
Wescott was the only snowboarder who finished in the top three of the individual event to do the same in the team event with Chris Robanske, third on Friday, placing fourth with Kevin Hill.
Robanske and Hill were beaten into third in the team event by Austrian’s Hanno Douschan and Michael Haemmerle while, like Wescott, Maltais collected her second win in as many days in Telluride.
Maltais, who maintained her unbeaten start to the World Cup season individually with a second win on Friday, joined forces with the snowboarder she beat again to claim yet another victory.
Alongside fellow Canadian Maelle Ricker, Maltais ensured Switzerland’s Emilie Aubry and Simona Meiler had to settle for second with Italian pair Michela Moioli and Raffaella Brutto third and France’s Claire Chapotot and Nelly Moenne Loccoz fourth.