ALTENBERG, Germany – Kazuhiro Koshi of Japan on Sunday finished seventh in the men’s skeleton race at the final World Cup competition this season held in Germany.
The 39-year-old Koshi had runs of 59.74 and 59.80 seconds for a total time of 1:59.54 while Kristan Bromley of England won the event with a two-run total of 1:57.66 for his fourth World Cup title in five meets.
Bromley won the overall World Cup standings with 229 points and Koshi was fifth with 150 points.
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