Walker and Reddingius started the event with the third fastest time in run one with a time of 52.90 seconds, and then in run two had the fourth fastest in 52.82 seconds. Their two run time of 1:45.72 seconds put them in fourth place, just 0.8 seconds off the podium.
Germany clean swept the event in the two-woman, with Lisa Buckwitz winning all three events in Innsbruck.
“I was pretty confident that we could produce a great result in the two-woman off the back of the two monobob podiums. The vibe was high so we took that into the race and produced a great performance,” said Walker.
“Those two runs were probably the best I have ever had in a race on this track so very happy to finish on that note.”
“I didn’t do much two-woman last season, so getting back into racing in the two events has been a juggling act, but we have a great team around us that helps manage it extremely well.”
“I am very grateful for the team we have on board this season. We are really starting to build the right people around us to produce the results we know we are capable of!”