Heerenveen in The Netherlands will be the venue, and with the first three World Cup events of the season behind him, Greig feels he is heading in the right direction, after two years out of competitive racing due to injury.
“My body is starting to do what I want it to do,” Greig said.
After an 11th placing in the 500 metre Division B event on Sunday, in Inzell, Germany, his highest placing of the season, Greig will be looking forward to racing on a very familiar track.
Greig’s recent training has been focused on regaining more power and following last weekend’s performance in Germany, particularly after suffering a groin strain during warm-up, he is looking forward to testing his progress on the ice in Heerenveen.
The three day event begins on Thursday, Dutch time.