Friedrich has now won each significant four-man title as his strength gives no indications of finishing
The productive Francesco Friedrich added European Championship gold to finish his four-man title assortment with triumph in Winterberg, Germany.
The two-man and four-man Olympic hero has ruled the two-man season so far with triumph in everything except one race, and he proceeded with this spectacular structure in the opening large sled race of the period.
Close by Alexander Schueller, Thorsten Margis, and Candy Bauer, the German group got off with a blast in their second run with another Winterberg start record of 4.96 seconds.
That impelled them to a period of 54.09 seconds, to go with their run one season of 54.04s, and a general winning season of 1:48.13.
Having recently asserted Olympic gold in 2018 just as three World Championship crowns, Friedrich has now finished the four-man set and moves top of the four-man standings on 225 focuses close by his two-man standings driving absolute of 2010.
Austria’s Benjamin Maier completed second, 0.76s behind in a general season of 1:48.89 with his team of Markus Sammer, Kristian Huber, and Sascha Stepan.
In the interim Russia’s Rostislav Gaitiukevich adjusted the platform in the third spot with his group of Mikhail Mordasov, Ruslan Samitov, and Ilya Malykh in a period of 1:49.08, 0.95s behind Friedrich.
England’s Brad Hall and his team of Taylor Lawrence, Nick Gleeson, and Greg Cackett didn’t begin in Winterberg.
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