ALTENBERG, Germany — Two-time Olympic champion Kaillie Humphries won her third bobsled World Cup of the season to extend her lead in the overall standings on Saturday.

The Canadian pilot, with brakewoman Phylicia George, was fastest in both runs for a combined time of 1 minute, 52.62 seconds, beating defending champion Jamie Greubel Poser and Aja Evans of the United States by 0.69 seconds.

Germany’s Anna Koehler was third with Annika Drazek, 0.90 back.

World champion Elana Meyers Taylor finished 11th after nearly crashing in her first run.

After six races, Humphries leads the standings on 1,269 points, ahead of Greubel Poser on 1,189 and Meyers Taylor on 1,166.

Justin Kripps and Alexander Kopacz of Canada won the two-man race in a combined time of 1:49.21, beating Francesco Friedrich and Martin Grothkopp by 0.09 and another German duo, Nico Walther and Christian Poser, by 0.27.

Kripps stretched his lead in the overall standings to 1,239 points, ahead of compatriot Chris Spring on 1,083. Spring was 13th in Altenberg.

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