Cynthia Appiah slid to a bronze-medal end result on the World Cup monobob finale in St. Moritz, Switzerland on Saturday.
The Toronto native completed in a two-run mixed time of two minutes 23.22 seconds, behind a pair of American sleds piloted by Kaillie Humphries (2:22.27) and Elana Meyers Taylor (2:22.31).
Fellow Canadian Christine de Bruin, of Stony Plain, Alta., completed sixth in a time of two:23.70.
The race marked the top of the World Cup season, which noticed Appiah end third total within the rankings with 1012 factors, trailed carefully by de Bruin (1010). Meyers Taylor captured the season title with 1110 factors, whereas Humphries was second with 1052.
Motion continues from St. Moritz on Saturday with the two-man bobsleigh occasion, and on Sunday with the ladies’s two-man bobsleigh occasion, which you’ll be able to stream stay on CBCSports.ca.