Canada’s Mirela Rahneva captured a bronze medal on the skeleton occasion in St. Moritz, Switzerland on Friday within the ultimate race of the World Cup season.
After a primary run of 1 minute 9.23 seconds that left her sitting fourth, the 33-year-old Ottawa native lowered her time by 24-hundredths of a second to land on the rostrum and earn the eleventh World Cup medal of her profession.
Australia’s Jaclyn Narracott gained gold in a time of two:17.56, whereas Dutch slider Kimberley Bos was took silver in 2:17.62.
Canadian Jane Channell positioned seventh at 2:18.91.
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You’ll be able to watch stay World Cup skeleton and bobsleigh motion from St. Moritz on CBCSports.ca, the CBC Sports activities app and CBC Gem.