IGLS, Austria – Canadian Tristan Walker and Justin Snyt took the 12th place at the opening of the World Cup on Saturday.
Silver medal winners of the Olympic Games will be in the top 10th place in running for 10 minutes and run for two minutes 20,487 seconds in one minute.
"The result was hopeless for us, but I felt good again," says Walker.
Canadian 27-year-old Canadian rival on the 10th June World Cup started the fastest speeds. They supported the second launch of a relatively flat ice hole at a recent explosion.
Austria's Thomas Stewart and Lorenz-Coller have successfully performed two strokes to win a gold medal in their 1: 19: 476 score.
German Tony Eggert and Sascha Benekken won the second place with a score of 1: 19.656 while Russia's Vladislav Yuzhakov and Igor Prokhorov scored a bronze medal at 1: 19.758.
Carolyn Maxwell from Calgary took the 19th place by women. 18-year-old Maxwell announced the first round of the World Championship 1: 20.413. Brooklyn Apckrum in Calgary took the 20th place.
Wacker and Cit, along with Alex Gouf and Sam Edney, took part in a mixed relay team that won Canada's Silver Medal in February at the Pyeongchang Olympics.