OBERHOF, GERMANY — Remsen's Erin Hamlin turned in a top-10 finish in her latest FIL Veissmann Luge World Cup race on Saturday.

The 31-year-old Olympian placed eighth, finishing the women's singles race in 1 minute, 22.911 seconds. It was the first top-10 finish for the Remsen native since she placed fourth in the sprint and sixth in the singles race Dec. 16 at her home Lake Placid track.

Dajana Eitberger won the race in 1 minute, 22.213 seconds, leading a sweep for the Germans.

“I had a couple of mistakes in the second,” Hamlin told USA Luge. “I dropped my feet out of (curve) 11. I don’t think I needed to. That I probably could have saved, and then in the exit of 13, I drove a little too long.

“I don’t have a history of great racing at Oberhof. I think I got sixth place once or twice, maybe. Other than that, barely into the top 10 is the norm so I’m obviously disappointed I didn’t keep my spot today. That would have been really nice. But we learned a lot today. I had good starts and it was still a productive day even though I lost a few spots.”

Hamlin, who will retire after participating in her fourth Olympics in February at the Pyeongchang Games in South Korea, finished her first heat in 41.384 seconds. Her second heat took 41.527 seconds to cross the finish line.

Hamlin's performance moved her up to seventh in the Viessmann Luge World Cup standings with 354 points.

Summer Britcher's sixth-place finish (1:22.865) was the best American performance on Saturday. Emily Sweeney strained her neck early in the week and did not participate.

The men's races will conclude the Oberhof, Germany Luge World Cup weekend on Sunday.

The next FIL Veissmann Luge World Cup event is scheduled for Jan. 20 in Lillehammer, Norway.