2017–18 Skeleton World Cup

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2017–18 Skeleton World Cup
Winners
Men's  Yun Sung-bin (KOR)
Women's  Jacqueline Lölling (GER)
Competitions
Venues 8 (8 events)

The 2017–18 Skeleton World Cup was a multi-race series over a season for Skeleton. The season started on 9 November 2017 in Lake Placid, USA, and concluded on 19 January 2018 in Königssee, Germany. The World Cup is organised by the IBSF (formerly the FIBT), who also run World Cups and Championships in bobsleigh. The season was mainly sponsored by BMW.

Calendar[edit]

Venue Date Details
United States Lake Placid 9–10 November
United States Park City 17–18 November
Canada Whistler 24–25 November
Germany Winterberg 8 December Men's race shortened to one run
Austria Igls 15 December also European Championship
Germany Altenberg 5 January
Switzerland St. Moritz 12 January
Germany Königssee 19 January

Results[edit]

Men[edit]

Event: Gold: Time Silver: Time Bronze: Time
United States Lake Placid Martins Dukurs
 Latvia
1:47.54
(53.66 / 53.88)
Yun Sung-bin
 South Korea
1:47.65
(53.76 / 53.89)
Alexander Tretiakov
 Russia
1:47.71
(53.71 / 54.00)
United States Park City Yun Sung-bin
 South Korea
1:37.32
(48.82 / 48.50)
Martins Dukurs
 Latvia
1:37.95
(49.13 / 48.82)
Axel Jungk
 Germany
1:38.07
(49.34 / 48.73)
Canada Whistler Yun Sung-bin
 South Korea
1:44.34
(51.99 / 52.35)
Nikita Tregubov
 Russia
1:45.09
(52.43 / 52.66)
Tomass Dukurs
 Latvia
1:45.33
(52.64 / 52.69)
Germany Winterberg Yun Sung-bin
 South Korea
56.62 Martins Dukurs
 Latvia
56.68 Dave Greszczyszyn
 Canada
56.88
Austria Igls Martins Dukurs
 Latvia
1:46.03
(53.15 / 52.88)
Yun Sung-bin
 South Korea
1:46.18
(53.22 / 52.96)
Nikita Tregubov
 Russia
1:46.52
(53.31 / 53.21)
Germany Altenberg Yun Sung-bin
 South Korea
1:54.28
(57.24 / 57.04)
Alexander Tretiakov
 Russia
1:54.67
(57.33 / 57.34)
Christopher Grotheer
 Germany
1:55.04
(57.65 / 57.39)
Switzerland St. Moritz Yun Sung-bin
 South Korea
2:14.77
(1:07.58 / 1:07.19)
Axel Jungk
 Germany
2:15.64
(1:08.07 / 1:07.57)
Alexander Gassner
 Germany
2:15.92
(1:08.12 / 1:07.80)
Germany Königssee Axel Jungk
 Germany
1:41.61
(51.05 / 50.56)
Martins Dukurs
 Latvia
1:41.63
(51.05 /50.58)
Tomass Dukurs
 Latvia
1:41.84
(51.17 / 50.67)

Women[edit]

Event: Gold: Time Silver: Time Bronze: Time
United States Lake Placid Janine Flock
 Austria
1:50.13
(54.69 / 55.44)
Elisabeth Vathje
 Canada
1:50.39
(55.10 / 55.29)
Lizzy Yarnold
 Great Britain
1:50.46
(55.35 / 55.11)
United States Park City Elena Nikitina
 Russia
1:40.49
(50.33 / 50.16)
Tina Hermann
 Germany
1:40.51
(50.29 / 50.22)
Jacqueline Lölling
 Germany
1:40.72
(50.48 / 50.24)
Canada Whistler Jacqueline Lölling
 Germany
1:48.38
(53.74 / 54.64)
Jane Channell
 Canada
1:48.61
(54.03 / 54.58)
Tina Hermann
 Germany
1:48.65
(54.25 / 54.40)
Germany Winterberg Jacqueline Lölling
 Germany
1:55.86
(57.85 / 58.01)
Elisabeth Vathje
 Canada
1:56.10
(58.00 / 58.10)
Elena Nikitina
 Russia
1:56.11
(57.85 / 58.26)
Austria Igls Elena Nikitina
 Russia
1:48.80
(54.41 / 54.39)
Elisabeth Vathje
 Canada
1:49.38
(54.78 / 54.60)
Mirela Rahneva
 Canada
1:49.44
(54.98 / 54.46)
Germany Altenberg Jacqueline Lölling
 Germany
1:57.74
(58.50 / 59.24)
Tina Hermann
 Germany
1:57.87
(58.68 / 59.19)
Anna Fernstädt
 Germany
1:58.17
(58.90 / 59.27)
Switzerland St. Moritz Janine Flock
 Austria
2:19.44
(1:09.94 / 1:09.50)
Tina Hermann
 Germany
2:19.86
(1:10.21 / 1:09.65)
Elisabeth Vathje
 Canada
2:19.89
(1:09.96 / 1:09.93)
Germany Königssee Jacqueline Lölling
 Germany
1:44.03
(52.14 / 51.89)
Tina Hermann
 Germany
1:44.21
(52.06 / 52.15)
Janine Flock
 Austria
1:44.30
(52.13 / 52.17)

Standings[edit]

Men[edit]

[1]

Pos. Racer United States LPL1 United States PAC Canada WHI Germany WIN Austria IGL Germany ALT Switzerland STM Germany KON Points
1  Yun Sung-bin (KOR) 2 1 1 1 2 1 1 1545
2  Axel Jungk (GER) 4 3 9 6 4 8 2 1 1507
3  Tomass Dukurs (LAT) 6 4 3 5 6 6 8 3 1464
4  Martins Dukurs (LAT) 1 2 6 2 1 5 DSQ 2 1440
5  Nikita Tregubov (RUS) 5 8 2 14 3 4 6 4 1426
6  Christopher Grotheer (GER) 10 4 4 10 5 3 7 5 1408
7  Alexander Gassner (GER) 18 7 5 16 8 7 3 6 1232
8  Matthew Antoine (USA) 8 12 8 7 9 13 10 9 1184
9  Alexander Tretiakov (RUS) 3 6 4 34 2 4 7 1138
10  Matthias Guggenberger (AUT) 9 10 11 13 13 17 16 8 1016
11  Dave Greszczyszyn (CAN) 13 15 7 3 14 10 21 18 990
12  Dominic Parsons (GBR) 12 20 13 9 18 18 4 11 956
13  Kevin Boyer (CAN) 14 14 12 12 20 15 17 13 860
14  Rhys Thornbury (NZL) 23 9 9 22 16 16 12 24 775
15  Vladislav Marchenkov (RUS) 11 26 24 8 12 9 17 745
16  John Daly (USA) 17 18 29 10 11 14 10 728
17  Greg West (USA) 19 16 26 15 19 22 13 21 622
18  Hiroatsu Takahashi (JPN) 21 22 22 19 17 9 22 22 600
19  Jeremy Rice (GBR) 15 24 23 29 14 11 14 583
20  Barrett Martineau (CAN) 16 22 15 28 21 11 16 578
21  Ander Mirambell (ESP) 25 16 17 17 23 26 18 478
22  Marcus Wyatt (GBR) 10 14 20 12 452
23  Geng Wenqiang (CHN) 7 21 21 21 23 404
24  Vladyslav Heraskevych (UKR) 27 13 18 31 27 26 15 404
25  Kim Ji-soo (KOR) 11 16 7 400
26  Alex Hanssen (NOR) 26 31 13 26 28 27 29 20 344
27  Ronald Auderset (SUI) 30 29 28 26 29 20 19 23 324
28  John Farrow (AUS) 20 19 20 26 23 296
29  Riet Graf (SUI) 31 30 25 20 31 21 24 25 275
30  Alexander Auer (AUT) 25 25 27 19 186
31  Lee Han-sin (KOR) 18 15 184
32  Jack Thomas (GBR) 28 25 19 33 142
33  Joseph Luke Cecchini (ITA) 24 27 30 24 32 142
34  Florian Auer (AUT) 22 24 31 26 137
35  Pavel Kulikov (RUS) 12 128
36  Nicholas Timmings (AUS) 29 28 20 32 120
37  Katsuyuki Miyajima (JPN) 24 25 85
38  Manuel Schwaeizer (ITA) 30 30 25 80
39  Nathan Crumpton (USA) 19 74
40  Kim Jun-hyeon (KOR) 22 56
41  Yan Wengang (CHN) 30 27 52
42  Dean Timmings (AUS) 27 33 32
43  Patrick Rooney (CAN) 28 28

Women[edit]

[2]

Pos. Racer United States LPL United States PAC Canada WHI Germany WIN Austria IGL Germany ALT Switzerland STM Germany KON Points
1  Jacqueline Lölling (GER) 8 3 1 1 4 1 6 1 1628
2  Tina Hermann (GER) 10 2 3 5 11 2 2 2 1504
3  Elisabeth Vathje (CAN) 2 6 8 2 2 9 3 9 1470
4  Elena Nikitina (RUS) 4 1 3 1 5 7 14 1306
5  Jane Channell (CAN) 6 11 2 6 14 6 14 6 1274
6  Janine Flock (AUT) 1 22 14 11 5 20 1 3 1206
7  Laura Deas (GBR) 5 5 11 7 6 8 12 23 1186
8  Mirela Rahneva (CAN) 7 4 7 4 3 22 4 1168
9  Lizzy Yarnold (GBR) 3 8 23 13 16 19 9 4 1044
10  Anna Fernstädt (GER) 6 9 14 3 5 5 1008
11  Lelde Priedulēna (LAT) 16 18 4 14 9 4 7 992
12  Katie Uhlaender (USA) 9 7 9 8 27 10 8 968
13  Kim Meylemans (BEL) 12 9 5 10 11 12 17 960
14  Kimberley Bos (NED) 12 10 16 24 7 7 20 17 905
15  Kendall Wesenberg (USA) 14 12 15 25 8 23 16 11 826
16  Marina Gilardoni (SUI) 19 26 16 15 13 10 15 10 822
17  Joska Le Conte (NED) 25 14 12 22 22 14 11 12 768
18  Jaclyn Narracott (AUS) 17 15 20 16 21 17 8 21 728
19  Renata Khuzina (RUS) 22 17 13 27 18 13 21 13 678
20  Savannah Graybill (USA) 11 16 18 26 20 21 19 16 648
21  Yulia Kanakina (RUS) 15 20 10 12 18 15 628
22  Nozomi Komuro (JPN) 18 19 24 18 23 24 22 18 510
23  Takako Oguchi (JPN) 20 24 21 17 26 16 24 20 508
24  Maya Pedersen (NOR) 26 23 22 28 28 15 23 19 426
25  Maria Montejano (ESP) 24 28 27 20 25 26 25 289
26  Maria Orlova (RUS) 9 11 288
27  Madelaine Smith (GBR) 17 13 22 264
28  Ashleigh Fay Pittaway (GBR) 21 21 19 21 260
29  Sophia Griebel (GER) 23 13 170
30  Mun Ra-young (KOR) 25 19 25 154
31  Katie Tannenbaum (VIR) 27 26 28 24 141
32  Maria Marinela Mazilu (ROU) 23 23 27 132
33  Jeong Sophia (KOR) 25 19 114
34  Annie O'Shea (USA) 18 80

Medal table[edit]

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 Germany55616
2 South Korea5207
3 Latvia2327
4 Russia2237
5 Austria2013
6 Canada0437
7 Great Britain0011
Totals (7 nations)16161648

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Rankings List". Fibt.com. Retrieved 2017-11-10. 
  2. ^ "Rankings List". Fibt.com. Retrieved 2015-05-31. 

External links[edit]