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Germans 1-2 in Men's Singles
Jan 16, 2000
Mueller set a course record with a first-run time of 54.627 seconds. He finished with a combined time of 1:50.273.
Hackl, a triple Olympic champion, took the silver at 1:50.512.
Italy's Zoeggeler, the world champion who had been unbeaten in five World Cup races this season, had the fastest second run but wound up third at 1:50.570.
Calgary's Chris Moffat was the top Canadian in 14th with a two-run time of 1:51.835.
Tyler Seitz was 19th, Eric Pothier placed 29th and Ryan Paton was 33rd. All are from Calgary.
Original article in Canoe Slam Winter Sports
Original article in CBC Sports
Reprinted with permission from The Calgary Sun
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