CORTINA D'AMPEZZO, Italy - Canada's top team won a four-man World Cup bobsled race Sunday.
The Canada I squad, consisting of Pierre Lueders, Ken Kotyk, David Bissett and Justin Kripps, led both runs for a combined time of one minute, 47.95 seconds.
Lueders moved to the top of the four-man standings.
Russia I was second with 1:48.17 and Switzerland I was third in 1:48.22.
Germany III was fourth and Germany's top two teams tied for fifth on an overcast day.
World Cup racing continues next weekend in Cesana-Pariol on the track used for the 2006 Turin Olympics.
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