With Almaty hosting two weekends of World Cup competition, the 2022 Olympian continued his form from the previous week where he made the A-Final and finished in eighth place.
Corey had to progress through the repechage rounds to reach the semi-final, where he finished in fourth, advancing him to the B-Final.
In the B-Final, Corey had a strong race to finish second, giving him a final ranking of ninth.
Corey also competed in the 500m, but received a penalty in the quarterfinals exiting from the competition in 20th place.
The next Short Track Speed Skating World Cup will take place in Dresden, Germany, on February 3-5.
Brendan Corey leading the way
IMAGE: Australian Ice Racing