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Alex Gough Leads Canadians in Eighth at Luge World Cup in Sigulda

—Tristan Walker and Justin Snith slide to 18th in doubles action—


SIGULDA, Lat.—Canada’s Alex Gough struggled to find the fast line while placing eighth on a luge track in Sigulda, Latvia she has not particularly fancied throughout her career.


The 28-year-old veteran posted the sixth fastest time in her opening run, but then dropped two spots in her final descent, clocking a two-run time of 1:24.331, as the World Cup resumed on Saturday.


“I felt pretty good going in, but just couldn’t put two good ones together,” said Gough. “I made a couple of small mistakes in both runs that cost me.”


Calgary’s Kim McRae picked up three spots in her final run to finish 12th at 1:24.691. Arianne Jones, also of Calgary, was 22nd with a time of 1:26.429.


“It was a tough day all around for the Canadians,” added Gough. “Sigulda is a challenging, driving track but when you get it it’s a fun ride. However, little mistakes can really cost you here.”


Russia’s Tatiana Ivanova finished on top with a time of 1:23.634. Germany’s Tatjana Huefner was second at 1:23.731, while her teammate Natalie Geisenberger slid to the bronze medal with a time of 1:23.766.


Canada’s doubles tandem of Tristan Walker and Justin Snith also struggled in Sigulda. Walker, of Cochrane, Alta., and Calgary’s Snith teamed up to post a time of 1:27.036.


Germany’s Tobias Wendl and Tobias Arlt clocked a golden time of 1:23.642. Latvia’s Oskars Gudramovics and Peteris Kalnins were second at 1:23.980, while Austrians Peter Penz and Georg Fischler slid to the bronze medal step of the podium with a time of 1:24.013.


The World Cup continues on Sunday in Latvia with the men’s singles race.


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