Denny Morris has won another medal, this time at the World Cup Final.
Denny picked up the bronze in the men’s 1500 metre race held Friday in Salt Lake City. He finished 0.76 seconds behind American Shani Davis, who posted a world-record time of 1:41.80 to reclaim the mark that Morrison took from him in March in Calgary.
Morrison finished in 1:42.56, just behind silver medalist Trevor Marciano, from the U.S.A., in 1:42.31.
Also in the men’s 1500m were Steven Elm (Red Deer, AB) with a good ninth place time of 1:44.63, and Lucas Makowsky (Regina, SK), with a personal best time of 1:45.63 in 14th, and Francois Olivier-Roberge (St-Nicolas, QC) was 15th.
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