2010–11 Bobsleigh World Cup

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2010–11 Bobsleigh World Cup
Winners
Combined men's  Manuel Machata (GER)
Two-man  Alexandr Zubkov (RUS)
Four-man  Manuel Machata (GER)
Two-woman  Sandra Kiriasis (GER)
Competitions
Venues 8
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The 2010–11 Bobsleigh World Cup was a multi race tournament over a season for bobsleigh. The season started on 22 November 2010 in Whistler, Canada and ended on 27 January 2011 in Königssee, Germany. The World Cup was organised by the FIBT who also run World Cups and Championships in skeleton. This season was sponsored by Viessmann.

Calendar[edit]

Below is the schedule of the 2010/11 season.[1]

Venue Date Details
Whistler 25–27 November 2010
Calgary 2–4 December 2010
Park City 10–11 December 2010
Lake Placid 18–19 December 2010
Igls 14–16 January 2011
Winterberg 21–23 January 2011 Also serves as FIBT European Championships
St. Moritz 29–30 January 2011
Cesana 5–6 February 2011

Results[edit]

Two-man[edit]

Event: Gold: Time Silver: Time Bronze: Time
Whistler[2] Manuel Machata
Andreas Bredau
 Germany
1:44.06
(52.07 / 51.99)
Lyndon Rush
Neville Wright
 Canada
Karl Angerer
Christian Friedrich
 Germany
1:44.25
(52.13 / 52.12)
1:44.25
(52.27 / 51.98)
Calgary[3] Karl Angerer
Gregor Bermbach
 Germany
1:50.57
(55.07 / 55.50)
Manuel Machata
Andreas Bredau
 Germany
Patrice Servelle
Lascelles Brown
 Monaco
1:50.77
(55.25 / 55.52)
1:50.77
(55.28 / 55.49)
Park City[4] Alexandr Zubkov
Dmitry Trunenkov
 Russia
1:37.33
(48.95 / 48.38)
Simone Bertazzo
Sergio Riva
 Italy
1:37.47
(49.15 / 48.32)
Manuel Machata
Andreas Bredau
 Germany
1:37.67
(49.30 / 48.37)
Lake Placid[5] Simone Bertazzo
Sergio Riva
 Italy
1:51.40
(55.61 / 55.79)
Alexandr Zubkov
Dmitry Trunenkov
 Russia
1:51.44
(55.63 / 55.81)
Karl Angerer
Alex Mann
 Germany
1:51.53
(55.53 / 56.00)
Igls[6] Beat Hefti
Thomas Lamparter
  Switzerland
1:44.31
(52.21 / 52.10)
Alexandr Zubkov
Alexey Voyevoda
 Russia
1:44.54
(52.30 / 52.24)
Simone Bertazzo
Matteo Torchio
 Italy
1:44.97
(52.56 / 52.41)
Winterberg[7] Alexandr Zubkov
Alexey Voyevoda
 Russia
1:52.21
(56.20 / 56.01)
Thomas Florschütz
Kevin Kuske
 Germany
1:52.35
(56.16 / 56.19)
Karl Angerer
Alex Mann
 Germany
1:52.44
(56.37 / 56.07)
St. Moritz[8] Manuel Machata
Andreas Bredau
 Germany
2:12.27
(1:06.36 / 1:05.91)
Beat Hefti
Thomas Lamparter
  Switzerland
2:12.30
(1:06.42 / 1:05.88)
Thomas Florschütz
Kevin Kuske
 Germany
2:12.66
(1:06.58 / 1:06.08)
Cesana[9] Simone Bertazzo
Matteo Torchio
 Italy
1:50.96
(55.43 / 55.53)
Beat Hefti
Thomas Lamparter
  Switzerland
1:51.10
(55.65 / 55.45)
Thomas Florschütz
Kevin Kuske
 Germany
1:51.11
(55.58 / 55.53)
Notes

Four-man[edit]

Event: Gold: Time Silver: Time Bronze: Time
Whistler[11] Steven Holcomb
Justin Olsen
Steven Langton
Curtis Tomasevicz
 United States
1:42.84
(51.48 / 51.36)
Maximilian Arndt
Rene Tiefert
Martin Putze
Alexander Rödiger
 Germany
1:43.01
(51.59 / 51.42)
Manuel Machata
Andreas Bredau
Michail Makarow
Christian Poser
 Germany
1:43.05
(51.54 / 51.51)
Calgary[12] Manuel Machata
Andreas Bredau
Michail Makarow
Christian Poser
 Germany
1:47.99
(53.94 / 54.05)
Karl Angerer
Gregor Bermbach
Alex Mann
Christian Friedrich
 Germany
1:48.19
(54.05 / 54.14)
Maximilian Arndt
Rene Tiefert
Martin Putze
Alexander Rödiger
 Germany
1:48.23
(54.07 / 54.16)
Park City[13] Alexandr Zubkov
Filipp Yegorov
Dmitry Trunenkov
Nikolay Hrenkov
 Russia
1:34.62
(47.35 / 47.27)
Manuel Machata
Andreas Bredau
Michail Makarow
Christian Poser
 Germany
1:34.65
(47.52 / 47.13)
Lyndon Rush
Chris le Bihan
Cody Sorensen
Neville Wright
 Canada
1:34.72
(47.46 / 47.26)
Lake Placid[14] Steven Holcomb
Justin Olsen
Steven Langton
Curtis Tomasevicz
 United States
1:48.01
(53.70 / 54.31)
Maximilian Arndt
Rene Tiefert
Alexander Rödiger
Martin Putze
 Germany
1:48.59
(54.23 / 54.36)
Lyndon Rush
Justin Wilkinson
Cody Sorensen
Neville Wright
 Canada
1:48.63
(54.17 / 54.46)
Igls[15] Manuel Machata
Richard Adjei
Andreas Bredau
Christian Poser
 Germany
1:42.92
(51.47 / 51.45)
Thomas Florschütz
Ronny Listner
Kevin Kuske
Andreas Barucha
 Germany
1:42.97
(51.52 / 51.45)
Steven Holcomb
Justin Olsen
Steven Langton
Curtis Tomasevicz
 United States
1:43.02
(51.47 / 51.55)
Winterberg[16] Manuel Machata
Richard Adjei
Andreas Bredau
Florian Becke
 Germany
1:50.15
(55.29 / 54.86)
Thomas Florschütz
Ronny Listner
Kevin Kuske
Andreas Barucha
 Germany
Alexandr Zubkov
Filipp Yegorov
Dmitry Trunenkov
Nikolay Hrenkov
 Russia
1:50.28
(55.10 / 55.18)



1:50.28
(55.27 / 55.01)
St. Moritz[17] Edgars Maskalāns
Daumants Dreiškens
Ugis Zalims
Intars Dambis
 Latvia
2:09.34
(1:05.11 / 1:04.23)
Beat Hefti
Roman Handschin
Thomas Lamparter
Manuel Luethi
  Switzerland
2:09.36
(1:04.93 / 1:04.43)
Manuel Machata
Andreas Bredau
Richard Adjei
Christian Poser
 Germany
2:09.50
(1:05.04 / 1:04.46)
Cesana[18] Alexandr Zubkov
Filipp Yegorov
Dmitry Trunenkov
Nikolay Hrenkov
 Russia
1:49.15
(54.42 / 54.73)
Edgars Maskalāns
Daumants Dreiškens
Ugis Zalims
Intars Dambis
 Latvia
1:49.22
(54.42 / 54.80)
Lyndon Rush
Justin Wilkinson
Cody Sorensen
Neville Wright
 Canada
1:49.35
(54.57 / 54.78)

Two-woman[edit]

Event: Gold: Time Silver: Time Bronze: Time
Whistler[19] Sandra Kiriasis
Stephanie Schneider
 Germany
1:47.70
(53.85 / 53.85)
Shauna Rohbock
Valerie Fleming
 United States
1:47.99
(54.08 / 53.91)
Kaillie Humphries
Heather Hughes
 Canada
1:48.17
(53.74 / 54.43)
Calgary[20] Cathleen Martini
Berit Wiacker
 Germany
1:53.57
(57.01 / 56.56)
Sandra Kiriasis
Christin Senkel
 Germany
1:53.89
(56.92 / 56.97
Helen Upperton
Shelly-Ann Brown
 Canada
1:54.08
(57.11 / 56.97)
Lake Placid (Race 1)[21] Sandra Kiriasis
Berit Wiacker
 Germany
1:53.94
(56.90 / 57.04)
Shauna Rohbock
Valerie Fleming
 United States
1:54.31
(57.27 / 57.04)
Cathleen Martini
Kristin Steinert
 Germany
1:54.58
(57.39 / 57.19)
Lake Placid (Race 2)[22] Sandra Kiriasis
Stephanie Schneider
 Germany
1:54.08
(57.06 / 57.02)
Cathleen Martini
Christin Senkel
 Germany
1:54.41
(57.08 / 57.33)
Helen Upperton
Shelly-Ann Brown
 Canada
1:54.60
(57.34 / 57.26)
Igls[23] Shauna Rohbock
Valerie Fleming
 United States
1:48.50
(54.45 / 54.05)
Anja Schneiderheinze
Christin Senkel
 Germany
1:48.59
(54.43 / 54.16)
Fabienne Meyer
Hanne Schenk
  Switzerland
1:48.70
(54.36 / 54.34)
Winterberg[24] Sandra Kiriasis
Berit Wiacker
 Germany
1:55.06
(57.66 / 57.40)
Anja Schneiderheinze
Christin Senkel
 Germany
1:55.55
(57.92 / 57.63)
Shauna Rohbock
Valerie Fleming
 United States
1:55.66
(57.97 / 57.69)
St. Moritz[25] Sandra Kiriasis
Berit Wiacker
 Germany
2:14.89
(1:07.57 / 1:07.32)
Anja Schneiderheinze
Christin Senkel
 Germany
2:15.17
(1:07.76 / 1:07.41)
Cathleen Martini
Romy Logsch
 Germany
2:15.54
(1:07.71 / 1:07.83)
Cesana[26] Helen Upperton
Shelly-Ann Brown
 Canada
1:54.21
(56.99 / 57.22)
Esmé Kamphuis
Judith Vis
 Netherlands
1:54.50
(57.17 / 57.33)
Sandra Kiriasis
Stephanie Schneider
 Germany
1:54.52
(57.19 / 57.33)
Notes
  • Note 1: The women's bobsleigh World Cup race scheduled for 10 December in Park City was cancelled due to blowing snow which prevented the timing eyes from working correctly.[27] It was made up on 17 December in Lake Placid.

Standings[edit]

Two-man[edit]

Pos. Bobsledder WHI CAL PKC LKP IGL WIN SMO CES Points[28]
1.  Alexandr Zubkov (RUS) 4 6 1 2 2 1 4 5 1614
2.  Manuel Machata (GER) 1 2 3 6 4 5 1 15 1516
3.  Simone Bertazzo (ITA) 8 9 2 1 3 8 10 1 1476
4.  Steve Holcomb (USA) 7 4 7 4 6 9 7 6 1392
5.  Lyndon Rush (CAN) 2 5 9 5 10 11 5 4 1386
6.  Karl Angerer (GER) 2 1 dsq 3 8 3 5 12 1307
7.  Patrice Servelle (MON) 9 2 5 9 12 10 18 8 1210
8.  Gregor Baumann (SUI) 10 12 11 12 7 6 8 10 1184
9.  Alexander Kasjanov (RUS) 6 10 7 10 14 14 13 9 1128
10.  John Napier (USA) 11 6 7 18 12 15 11 928
11.  Beat Hefti (SUI) 1 4 2 2 837
12.  Alexey Gorlachev (RUS) 7 12 11 19 15 12 16 834
13.  Thomas Florschütz (GER) 4 2 3 3 802
14.  Maximilian Arndt (GER) 5 8 4 8 696
15.  Dawid Kupczyk (POL) 13 13 14 15 16 21 19 688
16.  Edgars Maskalāns (LAT) 11 7 17 7 560
17.  Jürgen Loacker (AUT) 9 13 11 408
18.  Edwin van Calker (NED) 16 17 16 13 400
19.  Ethan Albrect-Carrie (USA) 14 10 13 376
20.  Oskars Melbārdis (LAT) 17 9 14 352

Four-man[edit]

Pos. Bobsledder WHI CAL PKC LKP IGL WIN SMO CES Points[29]
1.  Manuel Machata (GER) 3 1 2 6 1 1 3 11 1597
2.  Steven Holcomb (USA) 1 5 6 1 3 6 8 6 1522
3.  Alexandr Zubkov (RUS) 5 4 1 dsq 4 2 4 1 1420
4.  Karl Angerer (GER) 4 2 7 4 8 7 6 10 1410
5.  Alexander Kasjanov (RUS) 7 7 4 5 5 4 12 5 1400
6.  Lyndon Rush (CAN) 6 6 3 3 7 18 9 3 1352
7.  Simone Bertazzo (ITA) 8 12 9 8 12 11 15 9 1120
8.  Patrice Servelle (MON) 9 8 8 9 12 18 14 944
9.  Gregor Baumann (SUI) 11 12 6 8 7 8 928
10.  Alexey Gorlachev (RUS) 10 10 9 17 14 11 12 904
11.  John Napier (USA) 9 11 7 15 13 16 13 896
12.  Maximilian Arndt (GER) 2 3 5 2 804
13.  Thomas Florschütz (GER) 2 2 5 4 796
14.  Edgars Maskalāns (LAT) 10 5 1 2 763
15.  Beat Hefti (SUI) 11 9 2 6 674
16.  Dawid Kupczyk (POL) 13 13 14 dsq 14 15 568
17.  Milan Jagnešák (SVK) 10 15 14 19 19 508
18.  Jan Vrba (CZE) 13 10 13 384
19.  Ethan Albrecht-Carrie (USA) 14 15 10 360
20.  Jürgen Loacker (AUT) 18 15 10 328

Two-woman[edit]

Pos. Bobsledder WHI CAL LKP1 LKP2 IGL WIN SMO CES Points[30]
1.  Sandra Kiriasis (GER) 1 2 1 1 6 1 1 3 1711
2.  Cathleen Martini (GER) 4 1 3 2 6 5 3 6 1563
3.  Kaillie Humphries (CAN) 3 4 8 9 8 8 4 5 1400
4.  Shauna Rohbock (USA) 2 8 2 dnf 1 3 7 4 1365
5.  Helen Upperton (CAN) 3 4 3 4 7 5 1 1361
6.  Esme Kamphuis (NED) 7 10 7 7 12 4 6 2 1354
7.  Fabienne Meyer (SUI) 8 7 6 4 3 13 11 7 1320
8.  Bree Schaaf (USA) 6 6 5 5 13 9 992
9.  Anastasiya Skulkina (RUS) 5 15 9 12 14 12 10 dsq 952
10.  Anja Schneiderheinze (GER) 2 2 2 11 766
11.  Paula Walker (GBR) 9 9 10 10 9 744
12.  Sabina Hafner (SUI) 5 6 8 8 680
13.  Viktoria Tokovaya (RUS) 11 11 15 11 10 656
14.  Stefanie Szczurek (GER) 10 5 12 8 616
15.  Elfje Willemsen (BEL) 14 14 14 15 14 dns 552
16.  Christina Hengster (AUT) 10 10 12 12 544
17.  Mellissa These (CAN) 12 13 13 13 488
18.  Elana Meyers (USA) 6 11 9 464
19.  Olga Fyodorova (RUS) 13 11 9 408
20.  Jamie Greubel (USA) 12 14 14 352

References[edit]

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  2. ^ FIBT Bobsleigh World Cup Whistler 25 November 2010 two-man results. - accessed 25 November 2010.
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