Guro Konstanse Fronsdal finishs fifth as best female athlete
St. Moritz /RWH) With eight podium placings in ten races, including four victories, Briton Corie Mapp won the Overall IBSF Para Bobsleigh World Cup 2017/2018.
At the seasons finale in St. Moritz (SUI), the World Championships bronze medallist finished third and second to lead the ranking with 1.084 points. Following a win and rank two in St. Moritz, Swiss local hero Christopher Stewart (982) finished second ahead of defending World Cup Champion Lonnie Bissonnette from Canada (960).
Best female athlete in overall ranking is Guro Konstanse Fronsdal from Norway. The 35-years-old finished the World Cup season ranked fifth.
Annija Krumina from Latvia, who in November 2017 in Calgary (CAN) bekame the first female athete ever to win an IBSF Para Bobsleigh World Cup, ist seventh overall.
Highlight of the season for the IBSF Para Sport athletes will be the World Championships scheduled for March 10+11 in Lillehammer (NOR). ©RWH2018
Photo: IBSF/Viesturs Lacis
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