From Calgary, CAN
(Nov. 13, 2017) Germany swept the podium for the second time in four 2017/2018 ICC races, with Race 3 winner Felix Keisinger taking charge.
Kilian von Schleinitz came into the second run just .04 ahead of teammate Keisinger, and .08 ahead of Michael Zachrau. von Schleinitz struggled on his second run, posting only the sixth fastest time, dropping him to the bronze medal position, handing the gold medal to Keisinger in the process. Zachrau moved up from third to silver with his second run.
The sweep is the second for Germany in four races (Race 2 in Whistler being the other), while the gold is the second in as many races or Keisinger.
British standout Marcus Wyatt finished fourth, the only non-German to crack the top four in either of the two ICC races in Calgary. Russian youngster Pavel Kulikov finished fifth, ahead of Jisoo Kim of Korea, who finished sixth.
Paul Fraser led the Canadian effort on home ice with an eighth place finish, while teammate Evan Neufeldt finished tenth. Patrick Rooney came into his second run in sixth place, but trouble at the bottom of his run dropped him back to 20th overall.
Kyle Brown was the top American finisher in 14th place, one spot ahead of teammate Michael Rogals. Nathan Crumpton finished 24th.
|Pos||Name||Nation||Start 1||Start 2||Run 1||Run 2||Total|
|3||Kilian von Schleinitz||GER||4.98||4.96||56.10||56.47||1:52.57|