The duo finished with a combined time of one minute, 52.65 seconds.
Last week, Humphries placed fifth in Lake, Placid N.Y., with Melissa Lotholz
American Elana Meyers Taylor and teammate Cherelle Garrett won gold in 1:51.76, while Germans Anja Schneiderheinze and Franziska Bertels were second with a time of 1:52.21.
Humphries and Meyers Taylor aren’t finish.
Later today they will make history by becoming the first women to compete in the men’s four-man event.
FIBT, the world governing body for bobsleigh, opened the four-man competitions to mixed gender teams in September.
Earlier this month, Humphries, a two-time Olympic champion, won the Lou Marsh award as Canada's athlete of the year.