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The most successful World Cup competition in history for British Skeleton

On November, 25th, Marcus Wyatt and Matt Weston won gold and bronze respectively in the men’s race in Whistler, Canada, before Brogan Crowley won silver in the women’s event a few hours later.

This was the first time the team had won three World Cup medals in a single weekend since records began.

It was also the first time that two British men had made a World Cup podium since January 2008 when Anthony Sawyer and Adam Pengilly won silver and bronze respectively in Cesana. And, having had to wait nearly 14 years for a men’s World Cup gold medal, GB now has two in less than 12 months after Matt won in Igls this time last year.

All three British medal winners also set new start records in their second runs.

All in all, a pretty strong start to the new season!

VIST is proud to continue cooperation with British Bobsleigh & Skeleton Association and to keep the team warm and cozy during the season!