With a gold and a bronze, Coquitlam's Brittany Rogers provided more evidence as to why she should be selected for Canada's 2012 London Olympics gymnastics team.
The 18-year-old gymnast posted the best score in the vault competition on Saturday and followed that with the third-best result on the balance beam on Sunday at the Turnier der Meister Gymnastics World Cup in Cottbus, Germany.
Her score of 13.962 on her two vaults Saturday - registering a double twisting Yurchenko to rack up the top point total and net her first Worlds gold - eclipsing a silver last November in the vault.
"(My) Yurchenko has really improved since I did it for the first time in competition at the world championships in 2009," said Rogers in a press release.
"I'm definitely more confident with it now and it's really satisfying to see the hard work pay off with a gold medal."
A member of the national team that secured Canada's berth to the London Games, Rogers is among the pool of athletes who will be chosen to compete at the Olympics - and as near a sure thing with her continued mat success.
"It was definitely a thrill to win after so much hard work, but it was also a little bittersweet, because it's probably my last World Cup," she noted.
Rogers is also preparing to launch her university competitive career following the Olympics in the NCAA.
On the balance beam, the Flicka Gymnastics Club member and one-time Omega Gymnastics athlete finished with 13.526 points, trailing first-place Vasiliki Millousi of Greece's 14.425.
"I am really trying to polish my routines and get more confidence with them and I feel like I made a huge step with this in Cottbus," said Rogers.
"I know what I need to work on in the gym, and I'm excited to keep pushing myself to make that Olympic team."
Canada will announce the members of the six-woman gymnastics team for London in the coming months.