From Calgary, CAN
(Jan. 12, 2019) – Kori Hol won the first North American Cup gold medal of her career, finishing her season strong on the way to a NAC championship.
Hol came into the second heat behind Nicole Vogt of the United States. Hol set a quick time in the second heat, beaten only by previous day’s winner Kristi Koplin, and Vogt couldn’t match the time, giving Hol the win.
Hol’s teammate Catherine Medeiros finished with a silver medal, while Vogt held on for bronze.
Koplin finished just behind her teammate in fourth, while Melissa Lotholz finished fifth and Ashleigh Werner sixth.
Hol won the season-long North American Cup title by 82 points over Australian Ashleigh Werner . The title is her first.
|Pos||Names||Nation||Start 1||Start 2||Run 1||Run 2||Total|
|1||Hol / Richardson Wilson||CAN||5.83||5.81||58.31||58.07||1:56.38|
|2||Medeiros / Stewart||CAN||6.02||6.01||58.33||58.30||1:56.63|
|3||Vogt / Brundgardt||USA||5.90||5.86||58.13||58.60||1:56.73|
|4||Koplin / McGee||USA||5.87||5.90||59.20||57.69||1:56.89|
|5||Lotholz / Schoenberger||CAN||5.82||5.75||58.54||58.39||1:56.92|
|6||Werner / Sparre||AUS||6.03||6.10||59.26||58.73||1:57.99|
|7||Serwaah / Hansen||CAN||5.96||5.93||59.32||59.23||1:58.55|