Humphries and her brakewoman Chelsea Valois of Carrot River, Saskatchewan, had a time of 1:43.07 to beat Germany's Cathleen Martini and Janine Tischer by forty-two tenths of a second. Sandra Kiriasis and Berit Wiacker of Germany finished in third place with a time of 1:43.61.
Humphries and Valois won both runs, posting a time of 51.4 seconds in her first run and 51.67 seconds in her second run. They finished first despite very snowy conditions.
Humphries and Valois had won the first six races of the world cup circuit this season before losing to the German pair of Martini and Stephanie Schneider last week. Humphries and Valois finished in third place on January 4 in Altenberg, Germany.
With the win, Humphries and Valois have 1550 World Cup points, 202 points more than Kiriasis.
The next women's bobsled world cup is in Igls, Austria on January 18.