Altenberg (pps) Italy`s Olympic Champion Armin Zöggeler repeated his victory from the Season`s opener at Sigulda. In Altenberg (Germany) the defending word Champion won the second race of Viessmann Luge World Cup. Only on place eight after the first run, Zöggeler started a chase to his 23rd victory in World Cup. He finished in one minute 49,447 seconds. Second Place went to Austria`s Markus Kleinheinz (1:49,634). Tony Benshoof clocked in the first run a new track resord in 54,240 seconds (Old Record: Kleinheinz 54,539) and finished third. It was his best result ever. Quotes: Armin Zöggeler (Olympic Champion 2002): „in the first run i made two big mistakes. In second run I have had truly a litlle bit of luck with the conditions. My whole pacheage is in perfekt shape.” Markus Kleinheinz (world cup champion 2003): „I`m satiesfied with the second place, but not a all with the second run. This run was just bad.” Tony Benshoof (USA): “This was the first ever track record of my life. I was very relaxed before the second run. Now i`m very haapy to be in top three of World Cup.“