2018–19 Luge World Cup

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2018–19 Luge World Cup
Winners
Men's singles
Men's sprint
Austria Wolfgang Kindl
Austria Wolfgang Kindl
Doubles

Doubles' sprint
Austria Thomas Steu / Lorenz Koller
Austria Thomas Steu / Lorenz Koller
Women's singles/sprintGermany Natalie Geisenberger
Team relay Germany
Competitions
Venues3/9
← 2017/18
2019/20 →

The 2018–19 Luge World Cup is a multi race tournament over a season for Luge, organised by the FIL. The season started on 18 November 2017 in Innsbruck, Austria, and will end on 27 February 2019 in Sochi, Russia.

Calendar[edit]

Venue Date Details
Austria Innsbruck 24–25 November Sprint
Canada Whistler (Vancouver) 30 November–1 December Team Relay
Canada Calgary 7–8 December Team Relay
United States Lake Placid 15–16 December Sprint
Germany Königssee 5–6 January Team Relay
Latvia Sigulda 12–13 January Team Relay
Germany Altenberg 2–3 February Team Relay
Germany Oberhof 9–10 February Team Relay
Russia Sochi 23–24 February Sprint

Results[edit]

Men's singles[edit]

Event: Gold: Time Silver: Time Bronze: Time
Innsbruck Germany Johannes Ludwig 1:40.294
(50.193 / 50.101)
Italy Dominik Fischnaller 1:40.392
(50.275 / 50.117)
Austria Wolfgang Kindl 1:40.438
(50.421 / 50.017)
Innsbruck
(Sprint)
Austria Wolfgang Kindl 32.560 Russia Aleksandr Gorbatcevich 32.590 Germany Felix Loch 32.661
Whistler (Vancouver) Austria Wolfgang Kindl 1:39.774
(49.837 / 49.937)
Germany Felix Loch 1:39.873
(49.906 / 49.967)
Austria Reinhard Egger 1:39.901
(49.886 / 50.015)
Calgary Austria Wolfgang Kindl 1:29.249
(44.644 / 44.605)
Russia Roman Repilov 1:29.315
(44.670 / 44.645)
Austria David Gleirscher 1:29.370
(44.699 / 44.671)
Lake Placid
Lake Placid
(Sprint)
Königssee
Sigulda
Altenberg
Oberhof
Sochi
Sochi
(Sprint)

Women's singles[edit]

Event: Gold: Time Silver: Time Bronze: Time
Innsbruck Germany Natalie Geisenberger 1:19.619
(39.769 / 39.850)
Germany Julia Taubitz 1:19.885
(39.745 / 39.910)
Germany Tatjana Hüfner 1:19.885
(39.892 / 39.993)
Innsbruck
(Sprint)
Germany Natalie Geisenberger 29.887 Germany Julia Taubitz 29.909 Germany Dajana Eitberger 29.944
Whistler (Vancouver) Germany Natalie Geisenberger 1:16.904
(38.510 / 38.394)
Germany Julia Taubitz 1:17.195
(38.601 / 38.594)
United States Emily Sweeney 1:17.321
(38.616 / 38.705)
Calgary Germany Julia Taubitz 1:33.408
(46.675 / 46.733)
Germany Natalie Geisenberger 1:33.512
(46.763 / 46.749)
Canada Kimberley McRae 1:33.885
(46.829 / 47.056)
Lake Placid
Lake Placid
(Sprint)
Königssee
Sigulda
Altenberg
Oberhof
Sochi
Sochi
(Sprint)

Doubles[edit]

Event: Gold: Time Silver: Time Bronze: Time
Innsbruck Thomas Steu
Lorenz Koller
 Austria
1:19.476
(39.793 / 39.683)
Toni Eggert
Sascha Benecken
 Germany
1:19.656
(39.796 / 39.860)
Vladislav Yuzhakov
Iurii Prokhorov
 Russia
1:19.758
(39.826 / 39.932)
Innsbruck
(Sprint)
Thomas Steu
Lorenz Koller
 Austria
29.916 Vladislav Yuzhakov
Iurii Prokhorov
 Russia
29.975 Tobias Wendl
Tobias Arlt
 Germany
30.002
Whistler (Vancouver) Toni Eggert
Sascha Benecken
 Germany
1:16.691
(38.386 / 38.305)
Robin Geueke
David Gamm
 Germany
1:16.710
(38.403 / 38.307)
Tobias Wendl
Tobias Arlt
 Germany
1:16.720
(38.428 / 38.292)
Calgary Tobias Wendl
Tobias Arlt
 Germany
1:27.489
(43.769 / 43.720)
Toni Eggert
Sascha Benecken
 Germany
1:27.580
(43.785 / 43.795)
Thomas Steu
Lorenz Koller
 Austria
1:27.761
(43.828 / 43.933)
Lake Placid
Lake Placid
(Sprint)
Königssee
Sigulda
Altenberg
Oberhof
Sochi
Sochi
(Sprint)

Team relay[edit]

Event: Gold: Time Silver: Time Bronze: Time
Whistler (Vancouver)  Russia
Tatiana Ivanova
Semen Pavlichenko
Vsevolod Kashkin/Konstantin Korshunov

2:04.124
(40.158 / 1:21.952)

 Germany
Natalie Geisenberger
Felix Loch
Toni Eggert/Sascha Benecken
2:04.214
(40.046 / 1:22.015)
 Canada
Kyla Marie Graham
Reid Watts
Tristan Walker/Justin Snith
2:04.413
(40.249 / 1:22.297)
Calgary  Germany
Julia Taubitz
Felix Loch
Tobias Wendl/Tobias Arlt
2:21.550
(46.046 / 1:33.785)
 United States
Summer Britcher
Tucker West
Chris Mazdzer/Jayson Terdiman
2:21.819
(46.131 / 1:33.764)
 Austria
Birgit Platzer
Wolfgang Kindl
Thomas Steu/Lorenz Koller
2:21.920
(46.336 / 1:34.025)
Königssee
Sigulda
Altenberg
Oberhof

Standings[edit]

Medal table[edit]

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 Germany89522
2 Austria50510
3 Russia1315
4 United States0112
5 Italy0101
6 Canada0022
Totals (6 nations)14141442

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