Competing in the four run major championship format, Narracott's first two runs were her best, with both runs ranked the 10th fastest overall.
Unfortunately Narracott slipped back with the 14th fastest run 3, and 13th fastest run 4, giving her a four run total time of 4:36.60 seconds, 3.03 seconds behind event winner Susanne Kreher of Germany.
The 2022 Olympic silver medallist commented after the event.
“Not quite what I was intending on doing, but it’s my best result, a couple of skids and it could have been a different story."
“It’s hard to have a hard time sliding down this track, even when you are sideways.”
“It’s always great to have my family here, they obviously weren’t in Beijing or here last year, so to have them here this year is really special.”
Narracott also competed in the mixed teams skeleton competition, joining fellow countryman Peter Makrides, with the duo finishing 15th.
Image: Jackie Narracott flying out of the start in St Moritz © OWIA/Chris Hocking