2008–09 Bobsleigh World Cup

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2008–09 Bobsleigh World Cup
Winners
Combined men's Russia Alexandre Zoubkov
Two-man Switzerland Beat Hefti
Four-man Russia Alexandre Zoubkov
Two-woman Germany Sandra Kiriasis
Competitions
Venues 8
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The 2008–09 Bobsleigh World Cup was a multi race tournament over a season for bobsleigh. The season started on November 24, 2008 in Winterberg and ended on February 14, 2009 in Park City, Utah. The World Cup was organised by the FIBT who also run world cups and championships in skeleton.

Calendar [1][edit]

Venue Date Details
Winterberg 24–30 November 2008
Altenberg 1–7 December 2008
Igls 8–14 December 2008
Cesana Pariol 15–21 December 2008 Cancelled to excessive snowfall (2.5 meters)[2]
Königssee[3] 5–11 January 2009
Sankt Moritz 11–18 January 2009 European Championship
Whistler 1–7 February 2009
Park City 8–14 February 2009
Lake Placid 16 February-1 March 2009 FIBT World Championships 2009

Schedule update[edit]

On the November 14, 2008 FIBT website, it was announced that the competition at the bobsleigh track in Cortina d'Ampezzo was cancelled to technical issues and the competition for January 5–11, 2009 was moved to the Königssee track in Germany.

Results[edit]

Two-man[edit]

Event: Gold: Time Silver: Time Bronze: Time
Winterberg Beat Hefti
Thomas Lamparter

  Switzerland
1:51.79
(55.86/55.93)
André Lange
Kevin Kuske
 Germany
1:51.96
(55.98/55.98)
Thomas Florschuetz
Marc Kühne
 Germany
1:52.09
(56.08/56.01)
Altenberg André Lange
Kevin Kuske

 Germany
1:52.60
(55.80/56.80)
Steven Holcomb
Justin Olsen
 United States
1:52.85
(55.95/56.90)
Beat Hefti
Thomas Lamparter
  Switzerland
1:53.11
(55.86/57.25)
Igls Thomas Florschuetz
Marc Kühne

 Germany
1:39.21
(49.56/49.65)
Beat Hefti
Thomas Lamparter
  Switzerland
1:44.70
(52.24/52.46)
Steven Holcomb
Justin Olsen
 United States
1:44.75
(52.37/52.38)
Königssee Thomas Florschuetz
Marc Kühne

 Germany
1:44.62
(52.20/52.42)
Ivo Rüegg
Cedric Grand
  Switzerland
1:39.27
(49.54/49.73)
Alexandre Zoubkov
Dmitry Trunenkov
Alexey Voevoda
 Russia
Karl Angerer
Alex Mann
 Germany
1:39.31
(49.58/49.73)
1:39.31
(49.73/49.58)
St. Moritz[4] Pierre Lueders
David Bissett

 Canada
2:14.34
(1:07.55/1:06.79)
Ivo Rüegg
Roman Handschin
  Switzerland
2:14.64
(1:07.78/1:06.86)
Beat Hefti
Thomas Lamparter
  Switzerland
2:15.08
(1:08.03/1:07.05)
St. Moritz Pierre Lueders
David Bissett

 Canada
2:12.08
(1:06.21/1:05.87)
André Lange
Martin Putze
 Germany
2:12.10
(1:06.23/1:05.87)
Beat Hefti
Thomas Lamparter
  Switzerland
2:12.23
(1:06.36/1:05.87)
Whistler Thomas Florschuetz
Marc Kühne

 Germany
1:43.95
(51.99/51.96)
Beat Hefti
Thomas Lamparter
  Switzerland
1:44.03
(52.08/51.95)
Pierre Lueders
David Bissett
 Canada
1:44.14
(51.98/52.16)
Park City Alexandre Zoubkov
Alexey Voevoda

 Russia
1:36.51
(48.26/48.25)
Thomas Florschuetz
Marc Kühne
 Germany
1:36.68
(48.44/48.24)
Beat Hefti
Thomas Lamparter
  Switzerland
1:36.69
(48.30/48.39)
Lake Placid FIBT World Championships 2009

Four-man[edit]

Event: Gold: Time Silver: Time Bronze: Time
Winterberg André Lange
Alexander Rödiger
Kevin Kuske
Martin Putze

 Germany
1:49.30
(54.76/54.54)
Alexandr Zubkov
Roman Oreshnikov
Dmitry Trunenkov
Dmitriy Stepushkin
 Russia
1:49.63
(54.85/54.78)
Steven Holcomb
Justin Olsen
Steve Mesler
Curtis Tomasevicz
 United States
1:49.82
(54.99/54.83)
Altenberg Karl Angerer
Andreas Udvari
Matej Juhart
Gregor Bermbach

 Germany
56.58 André Lange
Alexander Rödiger
Kevin Kuske
Martin Putze
 Germany
Alexandr Zubkov
Roman Oreshnikov
Dmitry Trunenkov
Dmitriy Stepushkin
 Russia
56.77
Igls Alexandr Zubkov
Roman Oreshnikov
Dmitry Trunenkov
Dmitriy Stepushkin

 Russia
1:42.34
(51.15/51.19)
Steven Holcomb
Justin Olsen
Steve Mesler
Curtis Tomasevicz
 United States
1:42.48
(51.25/51.23)
Dmitry Abramovitch
Philippe Egorov
Andrey Jurkov
Petr Moiseev
 Russia
1:42.54
(51.27/51.27)
Königssee Karl Angerer
Andreas Udvari
Alex Mann
Gregor Bermbach

 Germany
1:37.84
(48.96/48.88)
Edwin van Calker
Arnold van Calker
Arno Klaassen
Sybren Jansma
 Netherlands
1:37.93
(48.91/49.02)
André Lange
René Hoppe
Alexander Rödiger
Martin Putze
 Germany
Janis Minins
Daumants Dreiškens
Oskars Melbardis
Intars Dambis
 Latvia
1:37.94
(48.78/49.16)
(48.83/49.11)
St. Moritz Alexandr Zubkov
Roman Oreshnikov
Dmitry Trunenkov
Dmitriy Stepushkin

 Russia
2:10.48
(1:05.20/1:05.28)
Thomas Florschütz
Marc Kühne
Andreas Barucha
Alex Metzger
 Germany
2:10.79
(1:05.61/1:05.18)
Karl Angerer
Andreas Udvari
Thomas Pöge
Gregor Bermbach
 Germany
2:10.81
(1:05.53/1:05.28)
Whistler Janis Minins
Daumants Dreiškens
Oskars Melbardis
Intars Dambis

 Latvia
1:42.17
(50.97/51.20)
Steven Holcomb
Justin Olsen
Steve Mesler
Curtis Tomasevicz
 United States
1:42.23
(50.99/51.24)
Alexandr Zubkov
Philippe Egorov
Petr Moiseev
Alexey Andryunin
 Russia
1:42.67
(51.18/51.49)
Park City Steven Holcomb
Justin Olsen
Steve Mesler
Curtis Tomasevicz

 United States
1:34.34
(47.03/47.31)
Janis Minins
Daumants Dreiškens
Oskars Melbardis
Intars Dambis
 Latvia
1:34.57
(47.28/47.29)
Alexandr Zubkov
Roman Oreshnikov
Dmitry Trunenkov
Dmitriy Stepushkin
 Russia
1:34.68
(47.26/47.42)
Park City Steven Holcomb
Justin Olsen
Steve Mesler
Curtis Tomasevicz

 United States
1:34.80
(47.60/47.20)
Janis Minins
Daumants Dreiškens
Oskars Melbardis
Intars Dambis
 Latvia
1:35.35
(47.89/47.46)
Alexandr Zubkov
Roman Oreshnikov
Dmitry Trunenkov
Dmitriy Stepushkin
 Russia
1:35.57
(48.04/47.53)
Lake Placid FIBT World Championships 2009

Two-woman[edit]

Event: Gold: Time Silver: Time Bronze: Time
Winterberg Helen Upperton
Jennifer Ciochetti
 Canada
1:55.86
(58.04/57.82)
Sandra Kiriasis
Romy Logsch
 Germany
1:56.11
(58.33/57.78)
Cathleen Martini
Janine Tischer
 Germany
1:56.39
(58.31/58.08)
Altenberg Sandra Kiriasis
Berit Wiacker

 Germany
1:55.71
(58.05/57.66)
Cathleen Martini
Janine Tischer
 Germany
1:55.73
(57.79/57.94)
Shauna Rohbock
Elana Meyers
 United States
1:56.12
(57.93/58.19)
Igls Helen Upperton
Heather Moyse
 Canada
1:49.07
(54.61/54.46)
Shauna Rohbock
Valerie Fleming
 United States
1:49.21
(54.69/54.52)
Sandra Kiriasis
Romy Logsch
 Germany
1:49.23
(54.68/54.55)
Königssee Shauna Rohbock
Valerie Fleming

 United States
1:41.91
(50.78/51.13)
Nicole Minichiello
Gillian Cooke
 United Kingdom
Sandra Kiriasis
Romy Logsch
 Germany
1:42.05
(50.87/51.18)
1:42.05
(51.02/51.03)

St. Moritz[4] Sandra Kiriasis
Berit Wiacker

 Germany
2:17.34
(1:08.75/1:08.59)
Cathleen Martini
Janine Tischer
 Germany
2:17.36
(1:08.85/1:08.51)
Nicole Minichiello
Jackie Gunn
 United Kingdom
2:17.70
(1:08.75/1:08.95)
St. Moritz Sandra Kiriasis
Berit Wiacker

 Germany
2:17.40
(1:09.20/1:08.20)
Cathleen Martini
Janine Tischer
 Germany
2:18.36
(1:09.73/1:08.63)
Nicole Minichiello
Gillian Cooke
 United Kingdom
2:18.75
(1:09.68/1:09.07)
Whistler Shauna Rohbock
Elana Meyers

 United States
1:47.10
(53.57/53.53)
Kaillie Humphries
Heather Moyse
 Canada
1:47.28
(53.62/53.66)
Erin Pac
Michelle Rzepka
 United States
1:47.40
(53.70/53.70)
Park City Cathleen Martini
Janine Tischer

 Germany
1:38.66
(49.28/49.38)
Kaillie Humphries
Shelley-Ann Brown
 Canada
1:38.84
(49.30/49.54)
Sandra Kiriasis
Patricia Polifka
 Germany
1:39.34
(49.67/49.67)
Lake Placid FIBT World Championships 2009

Standings[edit]

Two-man[edit]

Pos. Bobsledder WIN ALT IGL KON SMO 1[4] SMO 2 WHI PAR Points
1. Switzerland Beat Hefti 1 3 2 11 3 3 2 3 1581
2. Germany André Lange 2 1 4 7 11 2 5 6 1501
3. Germany Thomas Florschuetz 3 1 1 6 4 1 2 1453
4. Switzerland Ivo Rüegg 16 5 8 2 2 8 5 4 1396
5. Russia Alexandre Zoubkov 10 8 7 3 13 11 7 1 1321
6. Italy Simone Bertazzo 8 15 9 10 5 10 14 8 1160
7. Austria Wolfgang Stampfer 19 10 10 14 7 5 13 10 1090
8. Canada Pierre Lueders 5 18 dsq 1 1 3 7 1082
9 Switzerland Daniel Schmid 11 7 10 9 15 12 12 22 1016
10. United States Todd Hays 8 9 6 5 13 13 16 1008
11. Canada Lyndon Rush 14 14 12 13 16 18 4 13 960
12. Latvia Jānis Miņins 22 19 19 12 4 7 9 21 906
13. Monaco Patrice Servelle 15 11 16 8 18 15 20 12 876
14. United States Steven Holcomb 12 2 3 8 9 850
15. Germany Karl Angerer 13 3 12 6 18 11 840
16. Latvia Edgars Maskalāns 17 12 17 18 10 14 15 16 840
17. Netherlands Edwin Van Calker 6 23 20 6 19 17 18 15 816
18. Austria Jürgen Loacker 17 17 13 9 9 17 16 784
19. Czech Republic Ivo Danilevič 21 18 dsq 15 8 22 21 14 636
20. United Kingdom Lee Johnston 13 20 21 16 20 20 22 25 578

Four-man[edit]

Pos. Bobsledder WIN ALT IGL KON SMO WHI PAR 1 PAR 2 Points
1. Russia Alexandre Zoubkov 2 2 1 6 1 3 3 3 1646
2. Latvia Jānis Miņins 6 4 4 3 10 1 2 2 1549
3. Germany André Lange 1 2 7 3 9 7 12 1251
4. United States Steven Holcomb 3 7 2 2 1 1 1238
5. Austria Wolfgang Stampfer 8 12 9 5 4 7 9 17 1224
6. Switzerland Ivo Rüegg 14 6 13 15 7 8 5 4 1216
7. Switzerland Beat Hefti 12 22 11 10 6 6 4 6 1184
8. Germany Karl Angerer 1 1 3 9 6 11 1114
9. Netherlands Edwin Van Calker 5 16 5 2 13 10 9 1098
10. Canada Pierre Lueders 11 17 8 8 4 12 7 1032
11. Latvia Edgars Maskalāns 14 5 15 11 12 21 11 10 1006
12. Germany Thomas Florschuetz 9 6 13 2 11 15 19 972
13. United States Todd Hays 13 19 9 9 5 5 866
14. United Kingdom Lee Johnston 10 19 11 14 15 12 16 794
15. Canada Lyndon Rush 22 15 14 18 23 14 14 13 746
16. Russia Dmitry Abramovitch 3 7 8 8 688
17. Czech Republic Ivo Danilevič 21 18 22 12 22 13 20 15 674
18. Switzerland Daniel Schmid 17 13 16 19 11 16 21 672
19. Monaco Patrice Servelle 20 11 20 17 18 15 21 24 651
20. Italy Simone Bertazzo 18 14 24 21 19 18 19 18 607

Two-woman[edit]

Pos. Bobsledder WIN ALT IGL KON SMO 1[4] SMO 2 WHI PAR Points
1. Germany Sandra Kiriasis 2 1 3 2 1 1 5 3 1679
2. Germany Cathleen Martini 3 2 5 4 2 2 7 1 1599
3. United Kingdom Nicole Minichiello 9 7 6 2 3 3 9 6 1434
4. United States Shauna Rohbock 7 3 2 1 6 6 1 1380
5. Germany Claudia Schramm 5 5 9 7 4 7 10 7 1360
6. Canada Helen Upperton 1 4 1 9 10 5 4 1314
7. Canada Kaillie Humphries 6 8 7 5 5 dnf 2 2 1292
8. Switzerland Sabrina Hafner 10 6 8 8 7 8 12 4 1288
9. United States Erin Pac 4 10 4 6 9 4 3 1248
10. Netherlands Esme Kamphuis 13 11 10 10 11 9 8 8 1152
11. Switzerland Fabienne Meyer 15 13 11 11 8 10 14 14 1024
12. Russia Victoria Tokovaia 11 11 14 13 12 15 13 10 1000
13. Italy Jessica Gillarduzzi 12 16 14 15 12 15 12 800
14. Switzerland Isabel Baumann 14 15 12 14 11 16 688
15. Japan Manami Hino 19 dns 18 15 16 13 18 15 658
16. Canada Lisa Szabon 8 9 13 17 13 dsq 640
17. Russia Anastasia Skulkina 17 15 16 17 17 464
18. Italy Francesca Iossi 16 17 18 19 14 450
19. Romania Carmen Radenovici 21 19 20 18 16 380
20. Austria Christina Hengster 20 14 12 20 376

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