Germany is still unbeaten in World Cup bobsled races this season, after Johannes Lochner drove to a victory in a four-man race Sunday. Lochner led after the first heat and needed to finish his second heat in less than 48.95 seconds to hold on and beat the sled driven by Latvia’s Oskars Kibermanis. Lochner crossed in 48.77 and posted a two-run time of 1:37.74. Kibermanis was second and the German sled driven by Francesco Friedrich was third. Canada’s Justin Kripps, Ryan Sommer, Benjamin Coakwell and Cameron Stones were fifth, 0.87 seconds behind the leaders. Counting women’s, two-man and four-man bobsled races, Germany has won 12 straight golds this season and 20 in a row going back to last season’s World Cup schedule and the Pyeongchang Olympics — where Germany shared one gold with Canada. Sunday marked one year since the last time a German sled didn’t finish first in a major international bobsled race, beaten by the U.S. women’s sled piloted by Elana Meyers Taylor and pushed by Lolo Jones in St. Moritz, Switzerland.