FIL World Luge Championships 2012

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The FIL World Luge Championships 2012 was held on February 10-12 2012, under the auspices of the International Luge Federation at the bobsleigh, luge, and skeleton track in Altenberg, Germany for the second time after having hosted the World championships in 1996. The facility was chosen at the 56th FIL Congress in Calgary, Alberta, Canada on June 28, 2008[1][2]

Medalists[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men's singles  Felix Loch (Germany)  Albert Demtschenko (Russia)  Armin Zöggeler (Italy)
Women's singles  Tatjana Hüfner (Germany)  Tatiana Ivanova (Russia)  Natalie Geisenberger (Germany)
Doubles Andreas Linger
Wolfgang Linger
 Austria
Toni Eggert
Sascha Benecken
 Germany
Peter Penz
Georg Fischler
 Austria
Team relay  Germany
Tatjana Hüfner
Felix Loch
Toni Eggert
Sascha Benecken
 Russia
Tatiana Ivanova
Albert Demtschenko
Vladislav Yuzhakov
Vladimir Makhnutin
 Canada
Alex Gough
Samuel Edney
Tristan Walker
Justin Snith

Medal table[edit]

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Germany 3 1 1 5
2  Austria 1 0 1 2
3  Russia 0 3 0 3
4  Italy 0 0 1 1
 Canada 0 0 1 1

Men's singles[edit]

Rank Bib Athlete Country Run 1 Run 2 Total Behind
1 1 Felix Loch  Germany 53.590 53.742 1:47.332
2 5 Albert Demtschenko  Russia 53.840 53.820 1:47.660 +0.328
3 3 Armin Zöggeler  Italy 53.821 53.925 1:47.746 +0.414
4 4 Johannes Ludwig  Germany 53.873 54.010 1:47.883 +0.551
5 2 Andi Langenhan  Germany 53.904 54.000 1:47.904 +0.572
6 7 David Möller  Germany 54.019 54.130 1:48.149 +0.817
7 19 Samuel Edney  Canada 54.342 54.280 1:48.622 +1.290
8 20 David Mair  Italy 54.318 54.344 1:48.662 +1.330
9 9 Evgeniy Voskresenskiy  Russia 54.279 54.452 1:48.731 +1.399
10 13 Manuel Pfister  Austria 54.382 54.353 1:48.735 +1.403
11 6 Dominik Fischnaller  Italy 54.456 54.435 1:48.891 +1.559
12 15 Wolfgang Kindl  Austria 54.516 54.394 1:48.910 +1.578
13 14 Viktor Kneyb  Russia 54.463 54.448 1:48.911 +1.579
14 16 Jozef Ninis  Slovakia 54.399 54.518 1:48.917 +1.585
15 10 Gregory Carigiet   Switzerland 54.424 54.537 1:48.961 +1.629
16 17 Inars Kivlenieks  Latvia 54.443 54.524 1:48.967 +1.635
17 11 Daniel Pfister  Austria 54.519 54.572 1:49.091 +1.759
18 18 Jo Alexander Koppang  Norway 54.492 54.636 1:49.128 +1.796
19 21 Mārtiņš Rubenis  Latvia 54.713 54.512 1:49.225 +1.893
20 8 Stepan Fedorov  Russia 54.716 54.514 1:49.230 +1.898
21 12 Reinhard Egger  Austria 54.748 54.660 1:49.408 +2.076
22 27 Chris Mazdzer  United States 54.896 54.625 1:49.521 +2.189
23 23 Ondřej Hyman  Czech Republic 54.960 54.788 1:49.748 +2.416
24 22 Thor Haug Norbech  Norway 55.033 54.865 1:49.898 +2.566
25 26 Adam Rosen  Norway 55.112 54.972 1:50.084 +2.752
26 25 Maciej Kurowski  Poland 55.114
27 28 Valentin Cretu  Romania 55.185
28 24 Tonnes Stang Rolfsen  Norway 55.254
29 29 Kristaps Maurins  Latvia 55.406
30 32 Jakub Hyman  Czech Republic 55.656
31 31 Andriy Mandziy  Ukraine 55.717
32 33 Andriy Kis  Ukraine 55.728
33 30 Danej Navrboc  Slovenia 56.037
34 35 Bruno Banani  Tonga 56.326
35 36 Hindenari Kanayama  Japan 56.390
36 34 Bogdan Macovei  Moldova 56.886
37 37 Pavel Angelov  Bulgaria 57.224

Women's singles[edit]

Rank Bib Athlete Country Run 1 Run 2 Total Behind
1 1 Tatjana Hüfner  Germany 52.183 52.198 1:44.381
2 11 Tatiana Ivanova  Russia 52.161 52.321 1:44.482 +0.101
3 6 Natalie Geisenberger  Germany 52.407 52.377 1:44.784 +0.403
4 3 Alex Gough  Canada 52.394 52.424 1:44.818 +0.437
5 2 Corinna Martini  Germany 52.503 52.452 1:44.955 +0.574
6 4 Anke Wischnewski  Germany 52.503 52.506 1:45.009 +0.628
7 15 Dayna Clay  Canada 52.716 52.656 1:45.372 +0.991
8 9 Nina Reithmayer  Austria 52.830 52.649 1:45.479 +1.098
9 10 Sandra Gasparini  Italy 52.748 52.769 1:45.517 +1.136
10 12 Arianne Jones  Canada 52.617 52.904 1:45.521 +1.140
11 5 Alexandra Rodionova  Russia 52.792 52.796 1:45.588 +1.207
12 7 Erin Hamlin  United States 53.031 52.558 1:45.589 +1.208
13 13 Natalia Khoreva  Russia 52.896 52.840 1:45.736 +1.355
14 8 Martina Kocher   Switzerland 53.246 52.867 1:46.113 +1.732
15 20 Maija Tiruma  Latvia 53.207 52.959 1:46.166 +1.785
16 17 Birgit Platzer  Austria 53.090 53.227 1:46.317 +1.936
17 19 Maryna Halaydzhyan  Ukraine 53.343 53.142 1:46.485 +2.104
18 16 Raluca Stramaturaru  Romania 53.274 53.506 1:46.780 +2.399
19 21 Ewa Kuls  Poland 53.423 53.521 1:46.944 +2.563
20 18 Mona Wabnigg  Austria 53.449
21 23 Morgane Bonnefoy  France 53.837
22 24 Daria Obratov  Croatia 55.043
23 25 Choi Eun-Ju  South Korea 55.973
24 22 Eliza Tiruma  Latvia 55.974
14 Viera Gburova  Slovakia 53.313 DNF

Men's doubles[edit]

Rank Bib Athlete Country Run 1 Run 2 Total Behind
1 1 Andreas Linger
Wolfgang Linger
 Austria 41.727 41.717 1:23.444
2 5 Toni Eggert
Sascha Benecken
 Germany 41.842 41.822 1:23.664 +0.220
3 8 Peter Penz
Georg Fischler
 Austria 41.870 41.806 1:23.676 +0.232
4 6 Tobias Wendl
Tobias Arlt
 Germany 41.837 41.846 1:23.683 +0.239
5 9 Vladislav Yuzhakov
Vladimir Makhnutin
 Russia 41.852 41.921 1:23.773 +0.329
6 10 Christian Oberstolz
Patrick Gruber
 Italy 41.936 41.985 1:23.921 +0.477
7 2 Ivan Nevmerzhitskiy
Vladimir Prokhorov
 Russia 41.884 42.234 1:24.118 +0.674
8 4 Hans Peter Fischnaller
Patrick Schwienbacher
 Italy 42.136 42.098 1:24.234 +0.790
9 11 Andris Sics
Juris Sics
 Latvia 42.180 42.080 1:24.260 +0.816
10 20 Oskars Gudramovics
Peteris Kalnins
 Latvia 42.082 42.258 1:24.340 +0.896
11 7 Christian Niccum
Jayson Terdiman
 United States 42.317 42.126 1:24.443 +0.999
12 14 Alexandr Denisyev
Vladislav Antonov
 Russia 42.267 42.212 1:24.479 +1.035
13 15 Tristan Walker
Justin Snith
 Canada 42.306 42.189 1:24.495 +1.051
14 3 Matthew Mortensen
Preston Griffall
 United States 42.305 42.195 1:24.500 +1.056
15 12 Lukas Broz
Antonin Broz
 Czech Republic 42.257 42.259 1:24.516 +1.072
16 13 Ronny Pietrasik
Christian Weise
 Germany 42.420 42.160 1:24.580 +1.136
17 19 Paul Ifrim
Andrei Anghel
 Romania 42.415 42.365 1:24.780 +1.336
18 17 Ludwig Rieder
Patrick Rastner
 Italy 42.454 42.388 1:24.842 +1.398
19 16 Andrejs Berze
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 Latvia 42.457
20 21 Marek Solcansky
Karol Stuchlak
 Slovakia 42.533
21 22 Luca Hunziker
Christian Maag
  Switzerland 42.775
22 24 Ivan Vynnytskyy
Oleh Fitel
 Ukraine 43.031
23 23 Matej Kvicala
Jaromir Kudera
 Czech Republic 43.041
24 18 Jan Harnis
Branislav Regec
 Slovakia 43.432
25 26 Park Jin-Yong
Ryu Sung-Hyun
 South Korea 43.618
26 25 Artur Petyniak
Adam Wanielista
 Poland 49.164
27 27 Ioan Codarcea
Gabriel Barbu
 Romania 1:01.811

Team relay[edit]

Rank Bib Athlete Country Run Total Behind
1 13-1
13-2
13-3
Tatjana Hüfner
Felix Loch
Toni Eggert/Sascha Benecken
 Germany 46.323
47.557
48.123
2:22.003
2 10-1
10-2
10-3
Tatiana Ivanova
Albert Demchenko
Vladislav Yuzhakov/Vladimir Makhnutin
 Russia 46.332
47.780
47.980
2:22.092 +0.089
3 9-1
9-2
9-3
Alex Gough
Samuel Edney
Tristan Walker/Justin Snith
 Canada 46.447
47.781
48.176
2:22.404 +0.401
4 12-1
12-2
12-3
Nina Reithmayer
Manuel Pfister
Andreas Linger/Wolfgang Linger
 Austria 46.779
48.135
47.822
2:22.736 +0.733
5 11-1
11-2
11-3
Sandra Gasparini
Armin Zöggeler
Christian Oberstolz/Patrick Gruber
 Italy 46.940
47.774
48.032
2:22.746 +0.743
6 8-1
8-2
8-3
Erin Hamlin
Chris Mazdzer
Christian Niccum/Jayson Terdiman
 United States 46.657
48.268
48.243
2:23.168 +1.165
7 6-1
6-2
6-3
Maija Tiruma
Inars Kivlenieks
Andris Sics/Juris Sics
 Latvia 47.150
47.972
48.171
2:23.293 +1.290
8 7-1
7-2
7-3
Martina Kocher
Gregory Carigiet
Luca Hunziker/Christian Maag
  Switzerland 47.478
48.080
49.151
2:24.709 +2.706
9 4-1
4-2
4-3
Viera Gburova
Jozef Ninis
Marek Solcansky/Karol Stuchlak
 Slovakia 47.822
48.041
48.910
2:24.773 +2.770
10 3-1
3-2
3-3
Raluca Stramaturaru
Valentin Cretu
Paul Ifrim/Andrei Anghel
 Romania 47.525
48.589
48.960
2:25.074 +3.071
11 5-1
5-2
5-3
Ewa Kuls
Maciej Kurowski
Artur Petyniak/Adam Wanielista
 Poland 47.649
48.420
49.382
2:25.451 +3.448
12 2-1
2-2
2-3
Maryna Halaydzhyan
Andriy Mandziy
Ivan Vynnytskyy/Oleh Fitel
 Ukraine 47.380
49.176
49.691
2:26.247 +4.244
13 1-1
1-2
1-3
Sung Eun Ryung
Kyu Kim-Min
Park Jin-Yong/Ryu Sung-Hyun
 South Korea 48.459
1:06.986
52.365
2:47.810 +25.807

Finalists[edit]

City Country Winter Olympics FIL World Championships hosted FIBT World Championships hosted Track
Altenberg  Germany None 1996 1991 (Bobsleigh), 2000 (Men's bobsleigh), 2008 Altenberg
Whistler, British Columbia  Canada 2010 None None Whistler[2]

Both tracks submitted their proposals prior to the end of the bidding deadline.[1] Altenberg was chosen following Whistler withdrawing their bid.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b 56th FIL Congress in Calgary. at the Fédération Internationale de Luge de Course (29 April 2008 article accessed 1 May 2008.)
  2. ^ a b c 56th FIL Congress in Calgary. at the Fédération Internationale de Luge de Course (28 June 2008 article accessed 29 June 2008.)