Evans pushed for Fenlator this week and they tied for the third-best start time across the two legs, pretty good considering that Fenlator is the weakest pusher of the three US drivers. Meyers/Eberling came away with the track-record start and finished second after two good rides.
Jones and Madison pushed for Meyers and Fenlator respectively in the team event, where each team gets one run on bobsled and skeleton of each gender. Meyers/Jones had the second-best start out of eight sleds while Fenlator/Madison were fourth.
CAN1 has won all for World Cup races so far--their rookie brakewoman Chelsea Valois was the 2011 CIS pentathlon champion and competed in the heptathlon at the Canadian trials earlier this year.