2014–15 Skeleton World Cup

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2014–15 Skeleton World Cup
Winners
Men Martins Dukurs (LAT)
Women Janine Flock (AUT)
Competitions
Venues8 (8 events)

The 2014–15 Skeleton World Cup was a multi-race tournament over a season for skeleton. The season started on 12 December 2014 in Lake Placid, New York, United States, and ended on 15 February 2015 in Sochi, Russia. The World Cup is organised by the FIBT who also runs World Cups and Championships in bobsleigh. The season was sponsored by Viessmann.

Calendar[edit]

Below is the schedule of the 2014–15 season[1]

Venue Date Details
United States Lake Placid 12 December 2014
Canada Calgary 19 December 2014
Germany Altenberg 9–10 January 2015
Germany Königssee 16–17 January 2015
Switzerland St. Moritz 23 January 2015
France La Plagne 30–31 January 2015 Due to track conditions, the women's race was cancelled[2] and the men's race was shortened to one run; also served as FIBT European Championships for men.
Austria Igls 7–8 February 2015 Double race for women; also served as FIBT European Championships for women (second race only).[3]
Russia Sochi 14–15 February 2015

Results[edit]

Men[edit]

Event: Gold: Time Silver: Time Bronze: Time
United States Lake Placid Latvia Martins Dukurs 1:47.42
(53.74 / 53.68)
Latvia Tomass Dukurs 1:47.72
(53.89 / 53.83)
United States Matthew Antoine 1:47.86
(53.84 / 54.02)
Canada Calgary Latvia Martins Dukurs 1:51.06
(55.70 / 55.36)
Latvia Tomass Dukurs 1:51.96
(56.11 / 55.85)
South Korea Yun Sung-bin 1:52.23
(56.39 / 55.84)
Germany Altenberg Latvia Martins Dukurs 1:57.25
(58.01 / 59.24)
Latvia Tomass Dukurs 1:58.35
(58.83 / 59.52)
Russia Aleksandr Tretyakov 1:58.47
(59.02 / 59.45)
Germany Königssee Russia Aleksandr Tretyakov 1:42.98
(51.37 / 51.61)
Latvia Martins Dukurs 1:43.15
(51.47 / 51.68)
United States Matthew Antoine 1:43.29
(51.74 / 51.55)
Switzerland St. Moritz Latvia Martins Dukurs 2:16.17
(1:08.25 / 1:07.92)
South Korea Yun Sung-bin 2:16.77
(1:08.45 / 1:08.32)
Russia Nikita Tregubov 2:17.36
(1:08.92 / 1:08.44)
France La Plagne Latvia Martins Dukurs 59.77 Russia Aleksandr Tretyakov 1:00.17 Latvia Tomass Dukurs 1:00.64
Austria Igls Latvia Martins Dukurs 1:45.52
(52.67 / 52.85)
Russia Aleksandr Tretyakov 1:45.97
(53.00 / 52.97)
Russia Nikita Tregubov 1:46.26
(53.03 / 53.23)
Russia Sochi Russia Aleksandr Tretyakov 1:52.40
(56.27 / 56.13)
Latvia Martins Dukurs 1:52.81
(56.37 / 56.44)
South Korea Yun Sung-bin 1:53.68
(56.94 / 56.74)

Women[edit]

Event: Gold: Time Silver: Time Bronze: Time
United States Lake Placid United Kingdom Lizzy Yarnold 1:51.13
(55.47 / 55.66)
Canada Elisabeth Vathje 1:51.90
(55.77 / 56.13)
Austria Janine Flock 1:52.04
(55.94 / 56.10)
Canada Calgary Canada Elisabeth Vathje 1:55.31
(57.75 / 57.56)
United Kingdom Laura Deas 1:55.62
(57.91 / 57.71)
Germany Tina Hermann 1:55.64
(58.00 / 57.64)
Germany Altenberg Russia Maria Orlova 1:58.65
(59.41 / 59.24)
United Kingdom Lizzy Yarnold 1:58.69
(59.37 / 59.32)
Russia Elena Nikitina 1:58.87
(59.73 / 59.14)
Germany Königssee United Kingdom Lizzy Yarnold 1:44.24
(52.06 / 52.18)
Germany Anja Huber 1:44.95
(52.42 / 52.53)
Russia Maria Orlova 1:45.10
(52.51 / 52.59)
Switzerland St. Moritz Austria Janine Flock 2:20.34
(1:10.40 / 1:09.94)
Canada Elisabeth Vathje 2:20.43
(1:10.53 / 1:09.90)
United Kingdom Laura Deas 2:20.58
(1:10.45 / 1:10.13)
France La Plagne Cancelled due to track conditions,[2] race made up in Igls (Race 2)[3]
Austria Igls (Race 1) United Kingdom Lizzy Yarnold 1:49.46
(54.90 / 54.56)
Canada Elisabeth Vathje 1:49.64
(54.81 / 54.83)
Austria Janine Flock 1:49.83
(54.79 / 55.04)
Austria Igls (Race 2) United Kingdom Lizzy Yarnold 1:48.84
(54.52 / 54.32)
Austria Janine Flock 1:49.14
(54.70 / 54.44)
United Kingdom Rose McGrandle 1:49.23
(54.68 / 54.55)
Russia Sochi United Kingdom Lizzy Yarnold 1:56.57
(57.94 / 58.63)
Russia Maria Orlova 1:56.61
(58.51 / 58.10)
Germany Anja Huber 1:56.92
(58.44 / 58.48)

Standings[edit]

Men[edit]

[4]

Pos. Racer United States LKP Canada CAL Germany ALT Germany KON Switzerland STM France LPL Austria IGL Russia SOC Points
1  Martins Dukurs (LAT) 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 2 1770
2  Tomass Dukurs (LAT) 2 2 2 8 5 3 8 4 1526
3  Axel Jungk (GER) 4 5 4 7 6 7 9 6 1408
4  Matthew Antoine (USA) 3 6 15 3 11 8 11 8 1272
5  Dominic Parsons (GBR) 14 7 11 4 4 10 10 10 1232
6  Yun Sung-bin (KOR) 3 10 13 2 9 4 3 1218
7  Aleksandr Tretyakov (RUS) 3 1 10 2 2 1 1214
8  Christopher Grotheer (GER) 15 4 12 11 9 4 5 1088
9  Dave Greszczyszyn (CAN) 8 8 13 16 13 13 12 7 1072
10  Matthias Guggenberger (AUT) 9 8 7 10 21 18 14 8 1038
11  Sergei Chudinov (RUS) 6 15 7 6 5 5 992
12  Nikita Tregubov (RUS) 5 5 3 5 3 952
13  Kilian von Schleinitz (GER) 17 12 9 6 12 11 13 928
14  Hiroatsu Takahashi (JPN) 12 11 7 9 14 12 22 880
15  Kyle Tress (USA) 5 13 20 25 26 14 19 13 754
16  Raphael Maier (AUT) 6 17 16 12 15 17 20 748
17  Barrett Martineau (CAN) 16 21 21 18 22 19 17 17 606
18  Yuki Sasahara (JPN) 19 19 18 17 17 16 18 580
19  Mattia Gaspari (ITA) 14 13 19 15 15 514
20  Ronald Auderset (SUI) 22 20 22 22 18 20 23 18 514
21  Ed Smith (GBR) 18 18 17 20 23 16 462
22  Evan Neufeldt (CAN) 19 19 8 21 19 444
23  Anton Batuev (RUS) 7 16 11 400
24  Joseph Luke Cecchini (ITA) 20 15 24 12 345
25  Ander Mirambell (ESP) 24 25 26 28 27 23 25 21 333
26  Pavel Kulikov (RUS) 11 10 280
27  John Farrow (AUS) 21 27 24 21 20 269
28  Dorin Velicu (ROU) 25 27 24 26 16 249
29  Alexander Mutovin (RUS) 13 14 232
30  Kyle Brown (USA) 28 23 16 22 230
31  Rhys Thornbury (NZL) 27 24 28 22 27 193
32  Lee Han-sin (KOR) 23 22 26 23 192
33  Stephen Garbett (USA) 10 26 180
34  David Michael Swift (GBR) 7 168
35  Dominic Rady (GER) 14 112
36  Alexandros Kefalas (GRE) 25 23 30 110
37  Giovanni Mulassano (ITA) 23 26 29 110
38  Michael Zachrau (GER) 15 104
39  Allen Blackwell (USA) 21 28 90
40  Greg Rafter (CAN) 25 24 85
41  Alexander Auer (AUT) 20 68
42  Sean Greenwood (IRL) 23 50
43  Nicholas Timmings (AUS) 25 40
44  Dean Timmings (AUS) 29 24

Women[edit]

[5]

Pos. Racer United States LKP Canada CAL Germany ALT Germany KON Switzerland STM Austria IGL2 Austria IGL1 Russia SOC Points
1  Janine Flock (AUT) 3 4 12 5 1 2 3 4 1531
2  Lizzy Yarnold (GBR) 1 2 1 6 1 1 1 1511
3  Tina Hermann (GER) 4 3 4 6 5 5 5 5 1496
4  Anja Huber (GER) 10 8 7 2 8 8 10 3 1346
5  Laura Deas (GBR) 12 2 10 11 3 7 6 9 1314
6  Sophia Griebel (GER) 7 4 4 4 10 12 13 7 1304
7  Rose McGrandle (GBR) 6 6 8 14 11 3 8 11 1256
8  Marina Gilardoni (SUI) 8 9 6 8 19 6 4 8 1250
9  Lanette Prediger (CAN) 11 7 15 10 4 17 9 12 1112
10  Elisabeth Vathje (CAN) 2 1 20 2 2 6 1099
11  Joska Le Conte (NED) 16 15 18 7 12 13 18 10 920
12  Maria Orlova (RUS) 1 3 20 4 2 895
13  Anne O'Shea (USA) 9 12 17 9 23 13 17 17 866
14  Jane Channell (CAN) 11 13 7 11 7 13 848
15  Savannah Graybill (USA) 5 11 19 17 16 18 20 15 830
16  Carina Mair (AUT) 15 14 12 16 9 14 704
17  Elena Nikitina (RUS) 3 12 17 9 12 696
18  Svetlana Vasilyeva (RUS) 13 9 21 21 16 16 16 684
19  Takako Omukai (JPN) 14 18 14 18 13 22 560
20  Maria Marinela Mazilu (ROU) 21 20 15 10 11 514
21  Lelde Priedulēna (LAT) 16 15 14 15 19 490
22  Eiko Nakayama (JPN) 17 19 22 19 18 372
23  Jaclyn Narracott (AUS) 21 17 22 19 21 342
24  Madison Charney (CAN) 19 10 218
25  Olga Potylitsina (RUS) 15 14 216
26  Yulia Kanakina (RUS) 18 13 200
27  Anastasia Novikova (RUS) 20 16 164

References[edit]

  1. ^ "FIBT Viessmann World Cup Tour 2014/2015" (PDF). FIBT. Retrieved 23 November 2014.[permanent dead link]
  2. ^ a b "Women's skeleton race cancelled". FIBT. 31 January 2015.
  3. ^ a b "Cancelled race will be made up on Sunday in Igls". FIBT. Archived from the original on 8 February 2015. Retrieved 8 February 2015.
  4. ^ "Rankings List". Fibt.com. Retrieved 31 May 2015.
  5. ^ "Rankings List". Fibt.com. Retrieved 31 May 2015.

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