2018–19 Skeleton World Cup

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2018–19 Skeleton World Cup
Winners
Men's Nikita Tregubov  (RUS)
Women's Elena Nikitina  (RUS)
Competitions
Venues1 (8 events)

The 2018–19 Skeleton World Cup is a multi-race series over a season for skeleton. The season will start on 3 December 2018 in Sigulda, Latvia, and conclude on 23 February 2019 in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. The World Cup is organised by the International Bobsleigh and Skeleton Federation, who also run World Cups and Championships in bobsleigh. The title sponsor of the World Cup will again be BMW.

Calendar[edit]

Anticipated schedule as announced by the IBSF (dates shown include practice and competition days for both skeleton and bobsleigh):[1]

Venue Date Details
Latvia Sigulda 8–9 December
Germany Winterberg 14 December
Germany Altenberg 4 January
Germany Königssee 11 January
Austria Igls 18 January
Switzerland St. Moritz 25 January
United States Lake Placid 15–16 February
Canada Calgary 23–24 February

Results[edit]

Men[edit]

Event: Gold: Time Silver: Time Bronze: Time
Latvia Sigulda Nikita Tregubov
 Russia
1:41.87

(50.81 / 51.06)

Martins Dukurs
 Latvia
1:42.24

(51.17 / 51.07)

Yun Sung-bin
 South Korea
1:42.40

(51.22 / 51.18)

Germany Winterberg
Germany Altenberg
Germany Königssee
Austria Igls
Switzerland St. Moritz
United States Lake Placid
Canada Calgary

Women[edit]

Event: Gold: Time Silver: Time Bronze: Time
Latvia Sigulda Elena Nikitina
 Russia
1:45.12

(52.51 / 52.69)

Elisabeth Maier
 Canada
1:45.42

(52.83 / 52.59)

Tina Hermann
 Germany
1:45.60

(52.77 / 52.83)

Germany Winterberg
Germany Altenberg
Germany Königssee
Austria Igls
Switzerland St. Moritz
United States Lake Placid
Canada Calgary

Standings[edit]

Men[edit]

[2]

Pos. Racer Latvia SIG Germany WIN Germany ALT Germany KON Austria IGL Switzerland STM United States LPL Canada CGR Points
1  Nikita Tregubov (RUS) 1 225
2  Martins Dukurs (LAT) 2 210
3  Yun Sung-bin (KOR) 3 200
4  Alexander Tretiakov (RUS) 4 192
5  Felix Keisinger (GER) 5 184
6  Tomass Dukurs (LAT) 6 176
7  Alexander Gassner (GER) 7 168
8  Axel Jungk (GER) 8 160
9  Vladyslav Heraskevych (UKR) 9 152
10  Florian Auer (AUT) 10 144
11  Ivo Steinbergs (LAT) 11 136
12  Marcus Wyatt (GBR) 12 128
13  Jeremy Rice (GBR) 13 120
14  Nathan Crumpton (USA) 14 112
15  Ronald Auderset (SUI) 15 104
16  Dave Greszczyszyn (CAN) 16 104
17  Greg West (USA) 17 88
18  Kyle Brown (USA) 18 80
19  Jack Thomas (GBR) 19 74
20  Kim Jun-hyeon (KOR) 20 68
21  Geng Wenqiang (CHN) 21 62
22  Kevin Boyer (CAN) 56
23  Alex Hanssen (NOR) 50
24  Vladislav Marchenkov (RUS) 45

Women[edit]

Pos. Racer Latvia SIG Germany WIN Germany ALT Germany KON Austria IGL Switzerland STM United States LPL Canada CGR Points
1  Elena Nikitina (RUS) 1
2  Elisabeth Maier (CAN) 2
3  Tina Hermann (GER) 3
4  Jane Channell (CAN) 4
5  Jacqueline Lölling (GER) 5
6  Sophia Griebel (GER) 6
7  Yulia Kanakina (RUS) 7
8  Renata Khuzina (RUS) 8
9  Kimberley Bos (NED) 9
10  Madelaine Smith (GBR) 10
11  Kendall Wesenberg (USA) 11
12  Mirela Rahneva (CAN) 12
13  Kimberley Murray (GBR) 13
14  Savannah Graybill (USA) 14
15  Jeong Sophia (KOR) 15
16  Marina Gilardoni (SUI) 16

Medal table[edit]

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 Russia2002
2 Canada0101
 Latvia0101
4 Germany0011
 South Korea0011
6 Austria0000
 Great Britain0000
Totals (7 nations)2226


References[edit]

  1. ^ "IBSF Presents Preliminary Sports Calendar for 2018–2019" (Press release). 16 May 2018.
  2. ^ "Rankings List". Fibt.com. Retrieved 2018-12-08.

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