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Photos: IBSF / Girts Kehris

St. Moritz (RWH) Para-bobsleigh athlete Corie Mapp from Great Britain leads the World Cup overall ranking after six out of ten races in the winter 2019/2020. On the Olympia Bobrun St. Moritz-Celerina (SUI), the third World Cup stop was scheduled with two races.

After fourth place in the first race, the 2018 Overall World Cup winner achieved his fourth victory of the season at the second race. With that, Corie Mapp is currently a good 100 points ahead of 2018 World Champion Arturs Klots (LAT). The Latvian won the first race in St. Moritz. Only two points behind is World Cup title holder Lonnie Bissonnette from Canada in third place.

At the races in St. Moritz, Italy's Fabrizio Caselli finished second and third to celebrate his first podium places in IBSF Para Sport World Cup.

The next stop in the IBSF Para Sport World Cup is Lake Placid (USA, February 6th and 7th). ©RWH2020


Photos: IBSF / Girts Kehris
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