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Fourth Viessmann World Cup - Best Ever World Cup Finish for Chris Moffat

Canada's Chris Moffat had his best World Cup finish ever at the second day of the 4th Viessmann World Cup. Moffat's 10th place time of 1:40.893 was just 0.826 seconds off the gold medal pace. The young Calgary native will represent Canada in both the singles and doubles events in Salt Lake City.

Team mates Tyler Seitz and Kyle Connelly finished in 17th and 29th respectively. Jeff Christie was in 18th place after the first heat, but did not finish his second run.

Germany's Georg Hackl placed first with a time of 1:40.067. Hackl was joined on the podium by silver medallist Marcus Prock of Austria and World Junior Champion, German David Möller (bronze). The victory moves Hackl into first place in the over all Viessmann World Cup standings.

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Source: Jennifer Pashniak, CLA
Tim Farstad, CLA-OLTC, 403-247-9884 or