Canadian Olympic bobsleigh champion Kaillie Humphries and the USA's Elana Meyers Taylor have qualified to drive against men on the World Cup circuit.
The gold and silver-medal winning duo satisfied the requirement to finish five races on three tracks within two seasons to compete on the top tour.
They sealed their eligibility by taking part in a European Cup four-man race.
Meyers Taylor and her team finished 10th, and Humphries came 17th.
The pair made history in November by becoming the first women to win four-man international bobsleigh medals in the North America Cup.
|2014-15 Bobsleigh World Cup schedule|
|Lake Placid, USA - 8-13 Dec||St. Moritz, Switzerland - 19-25 Jan|
|Calgary, Canada - 15-20 Dec||La Plagne, France - 26 Jan-1 Feb|
|Altenberg, Germany - 5-11 Jan||Igls, Austria - 2-8 Feb|
|Königssee, Germany - 12-18 Jan||Sochi, Russia - 10-15 Feb|
The International Bobsleigh and Skeleton Federation ruled four-man bobsledding gender neutral in September, giving the chance for men and women to compete against each other.
Meyers Taylor, 30, and 29-year-old Humphries plan to take part in the second stop on the circuit, at Calgary later this month.