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Canada's Mirela Rahneva reacts after taking first place in the women's World Cup skeleton race on Dec. 1, 2022, in Park City, Utah.Jeff Swinger/The Associated Press

Canada’s Mirela Rahneva won gold in the women’s skeleton event Thursday at the Park City World Cup.

The two-time Olympian from Ottawa had a two-run time of one minute 38.42 seconds. It was her fourth career World Cup victory.

Germany’s Tina Hermann took silver in 1:38.52 and Britain’s Laura Deas picked up bronze in 1:38.55.

Calgary’s Jaclyn Laberge was 14th and Jane Channell of North Vancouver, B.C., was 19th.

Germany’s Christopher Grotheer won the men’s race in 1:36.26. South Korea’s Seunggi Jung took silver in 1:36.43 and Britain’s Marcus Wyatt earned bronze in 1:36.63.

Calgary’s Blake Enzie was 16th and Saskatoon’s Evan Neufeldt was 17th.

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