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Tough Sledding for Canadians at World Cup in France
Canada's four-man bobsleigh squads had a tough day on the track in La Plagne, France.

Rookie pilot, Justin Kripps and his crew of James McNaughton, Nick Carrier and Sam Giguere fished in 14h after posting the fastest Canadian time of the day at 1:59.06.

Canada's other two sleds were locked up in 18th at 1:59.36. Lyndon Rush piloted the Canada 1 sled with Cody Sorensen, Jesse Lumsden and Neville Wright. Chris Spring drove the final Canadian crew of Luke Demetre, Ben Coakwell and Adam Rosenke.

Switzerland's Bet Hefti won the race with a time of 1:57.92.

Complete Results: http://www.fibt.com/races-results/results.html?tx_pxresults_pi1%5Bsport%5D=BSM&tx_pxresults_pi1%5Bseason%5D=2012&tx_pxresults_pi1%5Bevent%5D=WC&tx_pxresults_pi1%5Bsearchmode%5D=2&tx_pxresults_pi1%5Bevent_id%5D=30076&cHash=e8fecd8915d13a6dfc7379af8bf246bc