TOP-5 JUNIOR WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP FINISH FOR DOUBLES LUGE TEAM
Toni Eggert of Germany paired up with Marcel Oster for the gold in a time of 1:26.665, followed by the team of Chris Mazdzer and Jayson Terdiman of the United States for the silver.
The team competition today resulted in a tight race between the USA and Germany. Chris Mazder of the United States posted their only first place run, versus two for Germany, but his margin was wide enough to give them the gold. Austria rounded out the top three for the bronze. The Canadian team finished in seventh.
The Junior World Championships brings the 2007-08 season to a close for the junior luge athletes.
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Top-3 Doubles Results:
1. Toni Eggert/Marcel Oster, GER, 1:26.665; 2. Chris Mazdzer/Jayson Terdiman, USA, +0.707; 3. Oskars Gudramovics/Peteris Kalnins, LAT, +0.875
5. Tristan Walker/ Justin Snith, CAN, +1.520
1. Chris Mazdzer/Kate Hansen/Chris Mazdzer/Jayson Terdiman, USA, 2:18.676; 2.Robert Fischer/Lisa Liebert/Toni Eggert/Marcel Oster, GER, +0.136, 3. Manuel Pfister/Birgit Platzer/Reinhard Egger/David Schweiger, AUT, +2.148
7. Tristan Walker/Arianne Jones/Tristan Waler/Justin Snith, CAN, +3.491