Canadian sleds capture 2 World Cup medals in Lake Placid
De Bruin, Bujnowski take women's silver, while Kripps, Stones claim 2-man bronze
Canada's Christine de Bruin and Kristen Bujnowski captured silver in a World Cup women's bobsleigh race on Friday.
De Bruin, of Stony Plain, Alta., and Bujnowski, of London, Ont., finished two runs in 1 minute, 55.17 seconds, 0.38 seconds behind Elana Meyers Taylor and Lake Kwaza of the U.S.
WATCH | Meyers Taylor captures 2nd straight World Cup gold:
It was the second consecutive World Cup win for Meyers Taylor, and her fourth medal in as many races with Kwaza pushing her sled this season.
Germany's Stephanie Schneider and Deborah Levi were the leaders after the first heat, and wound up finishing third.
WATCH | De Bruin slides to silver medal in Lake Placid:
Meanwhile, Canada's Justin Kripps and Cameron Stones took bronze in the two-man race later Friday.
Kripps, of Summerland, B.C., and Stones, of Whitby, Ont., finished in 1:52.65.
WATCH | Kripps and Stones take bronze:
Francesco Friedrich of Germany won for the seventh time in as many races this season. Friedrich teamed with Thorsten Margis to prevail by about one-quarter of a second over France's Romain Heinrich and Dorian Hauterville.
WATCH | Germany's Friedrich wins 2-man bobsleigh gold:
The German and Canadian teams tied for the gold medal at the 2018 Pyeongchang Olympics.
WATCH | Complete coverage of the women's runs:
WATCH | Complete coverage of the men's runs: