(Picture courtesy International Bobsleigh and Skeleton Federation).
An Army bobsleigh rider has helped Great Britain to their highest finish in the World Cup two-man race for 13 years.
3 PARA Private Nick Gleeson teamed up with Brad Hall to seal a sixth-place finish in St Moritz, Switzerland.
The placing is the highest a GB two-man team has come in a World Cup since January 2006, when Lee Johnston and Dan Humphries impressed in Germany.
Over the two heats, the GB team had a time of 2:13.26 - just under a second slower than the German winners of the event.
In the four-man competition, Private Gleeson was part of a team that finished in 14th place which is an improvement on their 15th place finish in the last World Cup event.