Narracott started strongly with her first run placing of 11th, but had the 18th fastest second run to move back in the ranking with a final position of 15th.
“Sometimes it's not your day and unfortunately today was that day”, Narracott commented after the race.
“Dropping four spots to 15th hurts a lot, but thankfully it's just mentally.
“Leaving Winterberg healthy with the knowledge there's more in the tank. On to La Plagne.”
Tina Hermann of Germany took the win in her home country, with Canadian Mirela Rahneva in second and Janine Flock of Austria in third.
The next stop on the World Cup circuit will be in La Plagne, France, with the women’s skeleton scheduled for January 10.
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