Germany's Axel Jungk won the race and Russia's Alexander Tretiakov won bronze, but Germany's Felix Keisinger set a track record finishing his first run in 53.06 seconds.
First run highlights
Tomass Dukurs started fifth. His start time was 4.90 seconds and he completed the run in 53.31 seconds, moving into eight position.
Tomass Dukurs' first run
Martins Dukurs started thirteenth. His start time was 4.86 seconds and he completed the run in 53.14 seconds, moving into third place.
Martins Dukurs' first run
First run (full video)
In the second run Tomass had a better start time (4.88 seconds), but was slower than in his first run (53.61 seconds). He was 0.60 seconds behind the leader and moved into sixth place.
Tomass Dukurs' second run
Martins had a much better start time (4.73 seconds), but was also slower than in his first run (53.30 seconds), but it was enough to guarantee him a medal in the first run. His total run time was 0.12 seconds behind the winner, which moved him into second place.
Martins Dukurs' second run
The second World Cup stage will also take place in Lake Placid next week, before the athletes return to Europe. The first European stage will be in Winterberg in the first week of January.