In pics: St Moritz WC
World Cup #6 went back to the birthplace of bobsleigh and skeleton - the stunningly beautiful St Moritz.
Moritz is the only naturally handcrafted track in the world and is like no other track on circuit. Throw in some incredible scenery and it's easy to see why it's the favourite venue in the world for so many sliders.
Marcus Wyatt led the way for the skeleton men by claiming another top 10 in finishing 8th; Brad Hall claimed 10th in the 2-man with Greg Cackett after Cackett stepped in for the injured Sam Blanchet at just a few minutes' notice; and Mica McNeill doubled up this weekend, coming 9th in the monobob and 16th in the 2-woman. Lamin Deen finished off the weekend with a 16th place in the 4-man competition after a fine second run with a brand new crew.