IGLS, Austria — Beat Hefti and Thomas Lamparter of Switzerland have won the last World Cup bobsled race of the season, while compatriots Ivo Rueegg and Cedric Grand took the overall title.
Hefti and Lamparter were fastest in both runs and finished with a combined time of 1 minute, 44.01 seconds on Saturday.
Andre Lange and Kevin Kuske of Germany finished second, 0.11 behind.
Edmonton’s Pierre Lueders and Jesse Lumsden of Burlington, Ont., continued their final preparations for the Olympics with an eighth-place finish in 1:44.60.
Lyndon Rush, of Sylvan Lake, and Calgary’s Lascelles Brown settled into 10th spot at 1:44.67.
Rueegg and Grand were 0.63 back in ninth to finish atop the overall standings with 1,514 points. Florschuetz and Listner were second with 1,475, one point ahead of countrymen Karl Angerer and Gregor Bermbach.