After sitting out the competition on Friday as a precaution, Greig was in action in the 1000 metres on Saturday, finishing in a time of one minute 11.22 seconds.
It was a difficult race, with Greig’s opponent crashing and still lying in his lane when Greig was coming around.
Coach Desly Hill was full of praise for Greig.
“He went pretty well considering the opening day and his opponent crashing,” Hill said. “We still have more to work on, but there were some positive things to take from it.”
The final day of competition on Sunday saw Greig compete in the second of the 500 metre Division B events, crossing the line in a time of 35.62 seconds, to finish 11th in the 24 man field.
The World Cup series continues for Greig next weekend, this time in familiar territory at his home away from home, Heerenveen in The Netherlands.