Canadian Lonnie Bissonnette takes the lead in the IBSF Para Sport World Cup
Overall third is the Norwegian Guro Fronsdal with 510 points. She was the second woman to win an IBSF Para Sport race at the World Cup station in Calgary. In November 2017, the first female athlete to win was Latvias Annija Krumina, then also in Calgary.
The Spanish athlete Israel Blanco Amorin in Lillehammer celebrated his first podium places in the race series, finishing third and second.
The IBSF Para Sport World Cup will be continued on 19 and 20 January 2019 in Oberhof (GER). Then the seventh and eighth of ten races this winter are on the program. © RWH2019
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