2007–08 Skeleton World Cup

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The 2007–2008 Skeleton World Cup is a multi race tournament over a season for skeleton. The season started on 26 November 2007 and ended on 24 February 2008. The World Cup is organised by the FIBT who also run world cups and championships in bobsleigh.

Calendar[edit]

Date Place Disc. Winner Second Third
November 29, 2007 Canada Calgary Women's Canada Michelle Kelly Canada Mellisa Hollingsworth-Richards United Kingdom Amy Williams
Men's Canada Paul Boehm United Kingdom Kristan Bromley Canada Jon Montgomery
December 6, 2007 United States Park City Women's Canada Michelle Kelly United States Katie Uhlaender United Kingdom Amy Williams
Men's United States Zach Lund United States Eric Bernotas United Kingdom Anthony Sawyer
December 14, 2007 United States Lake Placid Women's United States Katie Uhlaender Canada Michelle Kelly Canada Carla Pavan
Men's United States Eric Bernotas Canada Jon Montgomery United States Zach Lund
January 17, 2008 Italy Cesana Women's Germany Kerstin Jürgens Canada Michelle Kelly Germany Anja Huber
Men's Canada Jon Montgomery United Kingdom Anthony Sawyer United Kingdom Adam Pengilly
January 18, 2008 Italy Cesana European Championships 2008 Women's United States Katie Uhlaender Germany Anja Huber Russia Svetlana Trunova
Men's United States Zach Lund United Kingdom Kristan Bromley United States Eric Bernotas
January 25, 2008 Switzerland St. Moritz Women's United States Katie Uhlaender Canada Carla Pavan Canada Mellisa Hollingsworth-Richards
Men's United Kingdom Kristan Bromley United States Zach Lund United States Eric Bernotas
February 1–2, 2008 Germany Königssee Women's United States Katie Uhlaender Germany Kerstin Jürgens Germany Marion Trott
Men's Germany Florian Grassl United Kingdom Kristan Bromley Latvia Tomass Dukurs
February 8, 2008 Germany Winterberg Women's Canada Michelle Kelly Germany Anja Huber United States Katie Uhlaender
Men's Latvia Martins Dukurs Canada Jon Montgomery Germany Florian Grassl
February 11–24, 2008 Germany Altenberg FIBT World Championships 2008

Standings[edit]

Men's[edit]

Pos. Skeletoner CAL PAC LPL CES CES SMO KÖN WIN Points
1. United Kingdom Kristan Bromley 2 4 5 6 2 1 2 6 1583
2. Canada Jon Montgomery 3 5 2 1 9 4 10 2 1517
3. United States Zach Lund 11 1 3 5 1 2 5 9 1516
4. United States Eric Bernotas 5 2 1 8 3 3 18 5 1443
5. Latvia Martins Dukurs 7 11 4 7 7 6 11 1 1369
6. United Kingdom Anthony Sawyer 12 3 8 2 6 9 9 10 1322
7. Austria Markus Penz 6 6 16 17 18 7 4 7 1144
8. Germany Florian Grassl 19 23 15 10 8 5 1 3 1141
9. United Kingdom Adam Pengilly 4 11 10 3 5 17 6 1120
10. New Zealand Ben Sandford 8 10 7 16 9 27 17 4 1032
11. Latvia Tomass Dukurs 18 15 20 12 17 12 3 13 916
12. Switzerland Daniel Mächler 15 8 6 24 22 14 14 12 893
13. Germany Frank Rommel 9 25 13 11 14 21 8 18 862
14. Germany Sebastian Haupt 4 4 11 7 8 848
15. Canada Michael Douglas 13 19 12 13 16 16 16 15 834
16. Russia Aleksandr Tretyakov 10 7 19 15 12 22 13 794
17. Japan Kazuhiro Koshi 23 24 22 9 13 10 15 17 759
18. United States Caleb Smith 16 16 9 19 21 8 21 22 758
19. Japan Masaru Inada 20 13 17 18 15 20 19 16 698
20. Austria Matthias Guggenberger 14 18 21 20 23 19 12 21 636
21. Netherlands Peter van Wees 22 22 14 22 24 15 23 24 524
22. Canada Paul Boehm 1 9 11 513

Women's[edit]

Pos. Skeletoner CAL PAC LPL CES CES SMO KÖN WIN Points
1. United States Katie Uhlaender 7 2 1 4 1 1 1 3 1670
2. Canada Michelle Kelly 1 1 2 2 6 9 6 1 1599
3. Canada Mellisa Hollingsworth-Richards 2 5 4 8 7 3 9 4 1458
4. Germany Kerstin Jürgens 4 9 10 1 4 10 2 5 1443
5. Germany Anja Huber 6 6 19 3 2 11 4 2 1374
6. Canada Carla Pavan 8 4 3 15 10 2 8 9 1322
7. United Kingdom Amy Williams 3 3 6 5 8 22 5 8 1320
8. Australia Emma Lincoln-Smith 9 14 7 7 9 8 14 13 1144
9. Germany Marion Trott 11 15 9 14 16 5 3 10 1128
10. Australia Michelle Steele 5 8 16 11 14 6 10 14 1120
11. Russia Svetlana Trunova 13 21 8 12 3 19 7 6 1088
12. Switzerland Jessica Kilian 11 17 6 5 4 16 15 976
13. United States Courtney Yamada 12 7 12 16 17 13 12 16 952
14. Australia Melissa Hoar 17 12 13 13 13 12 15 12 936
15. United Kingdom Maggie Davies 15 16 14 19 20 16 17 7 806
16. Russia Olga Korobkina 16 12 15 9 12 23 11 794
17. United States Anne O'Shea 10 10 11 17 19 14 DNF 698
18. New Zealand Tionette Stoddard 21 23 18 20 15 7 18 18 692
19. Japan Eiko Nakayama 18 17 21 18 18 17 13 19 672
20. Norway Desiree Bjerke 14 18 5 10 11 656