WHISTLER, British Columbia -- Shauna Rohbock won her fourth medal of the bobsled World Cup season Friday, taking gold on the track where the Winter Olympics will be held in a year.
Rohbock, from Provo, Utah, and brakewoman Elana Meyers clocked 1 minute, 47.10 seconds to beat Canada's Kaillie Humphries by less than 0.2 seconds.
American Erin Pac and brakeman Michelle Rzepka finished third in 1:47.40 in the first event on the 16-turn, 0.9-mile concrete refrigerated track built for the 2010 Vancouver Games.
"We kicked the Europeans out of there. It's awesome," Rohbock said on the podium. "I was super slow all week. This track is so technical, it's hard to be fast here. I just wanted to be consistent. We had some great pushes and came out with the win. It's exciting."
Rohbock's second run hit a top speed of 89.9 mph and set a track record of 55.53 seconds. She has two gold medals, one silver and one bronze on the season.
Tour leaders Sandra Kiriasis and Patricia Polifka of Germany struggled with their starts and were fifth in the 20-sled field.
In the men's race, Germany's Thomas Florschutz won his third gold medal of the season Friday, edging Switzerland's Beat Hefti.
Canadian Pierre Lueders fell to third after leading the first round.
The top American was Steven Holcomb -- he and Curtis Tomasevicz were seventh in the USA 2 sled