Kaillie Humphries moved closer to her fourth overall World Cup championship with a win in Germany.
Kaillie Humphries moved closer to her fourth overall World Cup championship Saturday, teaming with Sylvia Hoffman for her third victory of the season and extending her series points lead.Humphries and Hoffman finished their two runs in 1 minute, 41.57 seconds for an extremely close victory. Germany took second and third, with Laura Nolte and Erline Nolte crossing in 1:41.60 and Stephanie Schneider and Christin-Ann Strack in 1:41.66. “It always feels great to win, and it was a team effort,” Humphries said. “Winning is about more than one aspect. It’s about the drive, the equipment, and the start, and how a team works together also plays a big role in how you feel and the energy level.” It was Humphries’ 25th career World Cup race win. Humphries has a 48-point lead over Schneider with two races left in the World Cup season. A pair of silver medals in those last two races — or a victory combined with another top-seven finish — would be enough for Humphries to clinch the points title, no matter what Schneider does the rest of the way. Humphries is bidding to be the first World Cup seasonlong champion for the U.S. since Jamie Greubel Poser won the women’s bobsled title in the 2016-17 season. That title came by 14 points over Humphries, who was then racing for Canada. More from Sportsnet Read more: Sportsnet
STOP reporting in this roided American! Listen to the people and stop promoting this classless narcissitic traitor. Start promoting the many real Canadian athletes who are not morally corrupt and can be strong role models for our future athletes. Traitor Why do you report this? She’s an American athlete. You don’t report on every other American (thank God) so please stop celebrating her in Canada.
Please stop! Why keep reporting on her! Her wins are not for Canada Who is she? Taint. Ed Booooooooooo! Are are suppose to cheer for this traitor? Scab Why is Sportnet talking about this? She's not a Toronto Maple Leaf!
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