Latvia's new skeleton player Andija Steel won fifth place on the Eagles track in Austria on Friday in the first European Cup, repeating his best career progress.
Madelina Smith of Greater Britannia, who became the fastest on both trips, won the competition, while Steel lost 1.65 seconds from two operations. From the point of honor, a Latvian disappeared 0.38 seconds.
On both trips, Steel showed the sixth fastest time.
Meanwhile, another Latvian spokesman, Darta Zunte, took 13th place on Friday for 31 competitors.
Meanwhile, in men's competitions, Latvians are simpler. Krista Netlaus won 11th place, while 15-year-old Elvis Veinbergs was 17th among 34 drivers. For Veinberg, this is only the second start of the European Cup.
Last season's European Cup winner, Netlus, is still struggling with an injury that prevents them from running full revenge.
On Friday, another European Cup round will be held in Igls.
In turn, a new World Cup sketch will begin in December on Sigulda's route.