GOUGH CAPTURES BRONZE IN WORLD CUP LUGE
The Canadian Press
Gough, of Calgary, finished third with a two-run time of one minute 55.411 seconds.
Olympic champion Tatjana Huefner sped down the course into a champagne shower to celebrate Germany's 100th straight women's World Cup luge victory.
Huefner finished first in 1:54.669. She was just ahead of teammate Natalie Geisenberger, who won silver in 1:55.283.
Gough has come close to the podium before. She finished fourth at last year's world championship in Lake Placid. It was Canada's best-ever result at the women's event.
Calgary's Regan Lauscher was the last Canadian to reach the podium at a women's World Cup luge event. She won a silver medal at Lake Placid in 2004.