2020–21 Bobsleigh World Cup

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2020–21 Bobsleigh World Cup
Winners
Two-manGermany Francesco Friedrich
Four-manGermany Francesco Friedrich
Combined men'sGermany Francesco Friedrich
Woman's Monobob
World Series
United States Nicole Vogt
Two-womanAustria Katrin Beierl
Competitions
Venues8 (8 events)

The 2020–21 Bobsleigh World Cup was a multi-race series over a season for bobsleigh. The season started on 21 November 2020 in Sigulda, Latvia and finished on Innsbruck-Igls, Austria on 31 January 2021. The season sponsor is BMW.

For the first time, competitions for women in monobob are held in the status of the World Series, but not the World Cup. The season started on 5 December 2020 in Winterberg, Germany and finished on Königssee, Germany on 20 February 2021.

Calendar[edit]

Below is the schedule of the 2020/21 season.[1]

Bobsleigh World Cup[edit]

Venue Date Details
Latvia Sigulda 21–22 November 2020 No Four-man race. Double race for Two-man.
Latvia Sigulda 28–29 November 2020 No Four-man race. Double race for Two-man.
Austria Innsbruck-Igls 12–13 December 2020 No Four-man race. Double race for Two-man.
Austria Innsbruck-Igls 19–20 December 2020 No Four-man race. Double race for Two-man.
Germany Winterberg 9–10 January 2021 also European Championships
Switzerland St. Moritz 16–17 January 2021
Germany Königssee 23–24 January 2021
Austria Innsbruck-Igls 30–31 January 2021
Germany Altenberg 5–14 February 2021 World Championships (Doesn't count towards the World Cup standings)

Women's Monobob World Series[edit]

Venue Date Details
Germany Winterberg 5 December 2020
Austria Innsbruck-Igls 12 December 2020
Austria Innsbruck-Igls 14 January 2021
United States Park City 15–17 January 2021 Triple race
Switzerland St. Moritz 16 January 2021
Germany Königssee 23 January 2021
Austria Innsbruck-Igls 30 January 2021
United States Lake Placid 1–2 February 2021 Double race
Germany Altenberg 13–14 February 2021 World Championships
Germany Königssee 20 February 2021

Results[edit]

Two-man[edit]

Event: Gold: Time Silver: Time Bronze: Time
Latvia Sigulda 1-1 Francesco Friedrich
Thorsten Margis
 Germany
1:39.23
(49.59 / 49.64)
Johannes Lochner
Christian Rasp
 Germany
1:39.27
(49.51 / 49.76)
Michael Vogt
Sandro Michel
  Switzerland
1:39.49
(49.67 / 49.82)
Latvia Sigulda 1-2 Francesco Friedrich
Alexander Schüller
 Germany
1:39.14
(49.61 / 49.53)
Johannes Lochner
Eric Franke
 Germany
1:39.35
(49.64 / 49.71)
Michael Vogt
Sandro Michel
  Switzerland
1:39.79
(49.97 / 49.82)
Latvia Sigulda 2-1 Francesco Friedrich
Thorsten Margis
 Germany
1:38.78
(49.47 / 49.31)
Oskars Ķibermanis
Matīss Miknis
 Latvia
1:38.88
(49.45 / 49.43)
Simon Friedli
Gregoty Jones
  Switzerland
1:39.20
(49.97 / 49.82)
Latvia Sigulda 2-2 Francesco Friedrich
Alexander Schüller
 Germany
1:38.38
(49.19 / 49.19)
Michael Vogt
Sandro Michel
  Switzerland
1:38.82
(49.43 / 49.39)
Johannes Lochner
Christian Rasp
 Germany
1:38.91
(49.36 / 49.55)
Austria Innsbruck-Igls 1-1 Johannes Lochner
Eric Franke
 Germany
1:42.93
(51.48 / 51.45)
Francesco Friedrich
Thorsten Margis
 Germany
1:43.23
(51.65 / 51.58)
Oskars Ķibermanis
Matīss Miknis
 Latvia
1:43.40
(51.64 / 51.76)
Austria Innsbruck-Igls 1-2 Francesco Friedrich
Thorsten Margis
 Germany
1:43.29
(51.60 / 51.69)
Johannes Lochner
Christian Rasp
 Germany
1:43.45
(51.65 / 51.80)
Oskars Ķibermanis
Matīss Miknis
 Latvia
1:43.64
(51.75 / 51.89)
Austria Innsbruck-Igls 2-1 Francesco Friedrich
Alexander Schüller
 Germany
1:42.19
(51.04 / 51.15)
Oskars Ķibermanis
Matīss Miknis
 Latvia
1:42.87
(51.47 / 51.40)
Johannes Lochner
Christian Rasp
 Germany
1:42.92
(51.37 / 51.55)
Austria Innsbruck-Igls 2-2 Francesco Friedrich
Alexander Schüller
 Germany
1:42.40
(51.16 / 51.24)
Oskars Ķibermanis
Matīss Miknis
 Latvia
1:43.18
(51.52 / 51.66)
Hans Peter Hannighofer
Marcel Kornhardt
 Germany
1:43.30
(51.65 / 51.65)
Johannes Lochner
Christian Rasp
 Germany
1:43.30
(51.60 / 51.70)
Germany Winterberg Francesco Friedrich
Thorsten Margis
 Germany
1:50.08
(55.05 / 55.03)
Johannes Lochner
Eric Franke
 Germany
1:50.75
(55.39 / 55.36)
Benjamin Maier
Markus Sammer
 Austria
1:50.93
(55.42 / 55.51)
Switzerland St. Moritz Francesco Friedrich
Alexander Schüller
 Germany
2:11.92
(1:06.27 / 1:05.65)
Johannes Lochner
Florian Bauer
 Germany
2:12.37
(1:06.46 / 1:05.91)
Justin Kripps
Cameron Stones
 Canada
2:12.84
(1:06.66 / 1:06.18)
Germany Königssee Francesco Friedrich
Thorsten Margis
 Germany
1:38.69
(49.40 / 49.29)
Johannes Lochner
Eric Franke
 Germany
1:38.89
(49.45 / 49.44)
Benjamin Maier
Kristian Huber
 Austria
1:39.65
(49.81 / 49.84)
Austria Innsbruck-Igls 3 Francesco Friedrich
Alexander Schüller
 Germany
1:43.08
(51.43 / 51.65)
Oskars Ķibermanis
Matīss Miknis
 Latvia
1:43.80
(51.87 / 51.93)
Rostislav Gaitiukevich
Mikhail Mordasov
 Russia
1:43.90
(52.01 / 51.89)

Four-man[edit]

Event: Gold: Time Silver: Time Bronze: Time
Germany Winterberg Francesco Friedrich
Thorsten Margis
Candy Bauer
Alexander Schüller
 Germany
1:48.13
(54.04 / 54.09)
Justin Kripps
Ryan Sommer
Cameron Stones
Ben Coakwell
 Canada
1:48.70
(54.28 / 54.42)
Benjamin Maier
Sascha Stepan
Markus Sammer
Kristian Huber
 Austria
1:48.89
(54.38 / 54.51)
Switzerland St. Moritz Francesco Friedrich
Thorsten Margis
Martin Grothkopp
Alexander Schüller
 Germany
2:09.56
(1:04.81 / 1:04.75)
Benjamin Maier
Dănuț Moldovan
Markus Sammer
Kristian Huber
 Austria
2:09.85
(1:04.85 / 1:05.00)
Justin Kripps
Ryan Sommer
Cameron Stones
Ben Coakwell
 Canada
2:10.05
(1:05.00 / 1:05.05)
Germany Königssee Francesco Friedrich
Thorsten Margis
Martin Grothkopp
Alexander Schüller
 Germany
1:37.45
(48.67 / 48.78)
Benjamin Maier
Dănuț Moldovan
Markus Sammer
Sascha Stepan
 Austria
1:37.84
(48.98 / 48.86)
Johannes Lochner
Florian Bauer
Christopher Weber
Christian Rasp
 Germany
1:37.97
(49.00 / 48.97)
Austria Innsbruck-Igls Francesco Friedrich
Thorsten Margis
Alexander Schüller
Candy Bauer
 Germany
1:42.08
(50.95 / 51.13)
Benjamin Maier
Sascha Stepan
Markus Sammer
Kristian Huber
Dănuț Moldovan[a]
 Austria
1:42.30
(51.12 / 51.18)
Justin Kripps
Ryan Sommer
Ben Coakwell
Cameron Stones
 Canada
1:42.47
(51.18 / 51.29)
  1. ^ Moldovan replaced the injured Stepan after the first heat

Women’s Monobob World Series[edit]

Event: Gold: Time Silver: Time Bronze: Time
Germany Winterberg Nadezhda Sergeeva
 Russia
2:00.27
(1:00.21 / 1:00.06)
Martina Fontanive
  Switzerland
2:00.35
(1:00.23 / 1:00.12)
Katrin Beierl
 Austria
2:00.80
(1:00.41 / 1:00.39)
Austria Innsbruck-Igls 1 Breeana Walker
 Australia
1:51.08
(55.60 / 55.48)
Laura Nolte
 Germany
1:51.52
(55.80 / 55.72)
Katrin Beierl
 Austria
1:51.64
(55.83 / 55.81)
Austria Innsbruck-Igls 2 Melissa Lotholz
 Canada
1:54.26
(57.11 / 57.15)
Cynthia Appiah
 Canada
1:54.68
(57.09 / 57.59)
Karlien Sleper
 Netherlands
1:54.86
(57.38 / 57.48)
United States Park City 1 Nicole Vogt
 United States
1:48.55
(54.11 / 54.44)
Marina Silva Tuono
 Brazil
1:49.70
(54.38 / 55.32)
Riley Compton
 United States
1:49.94
(54.93 / 55.01)
Switzerland St. Moritz Kaillie Humphries
 United States
2:22.35
(1:11.26 / 1:11.09)
Laura Nolte
 Germany
2:22.55
(1:11.39 / 1:11.16)
Martina Fontanive
  Switzerland
2:22.64
(1:11.50 / 1:11.14)
United States Park City 2 Nicole Vogt
 United States
1:48.24
(53.92 / 54.32)
Carrie Russell
 Jamaica
1:49.18
(54.53 / 54.65)
Marina Silva Tuono
 Brazil
1:49.64
(55.04 / 54.60)
United States Park City 3 Carrie Russell
 Jamaica
1:49.08
(54.13 / 54.95)
Nicole Vogt
 United States
1:49.27
(54.71 / 54.56)
Marina Silva Tuono
 Brazil
1:49.83
(54.95 / 54.88)
Germany Königssee 1 Kaillie Humphries
 United States
1:46.75
(53.36 / 53.39)
Elana Meyers Taylor
 United States
1:47.37
(53.69 / 53.68)
Stephanie Schneider
 Germany
1:47.50
(53.66 / 53.84)
Austria Innsbruck-Igls 3 Breeana Walker
 Australia
1:50.84
(55.33 / 55.51)
Elana Meyers Taylor
 United States
1:51.07
(55.55 / 55.52)
Melissa Lotholz
 Canada
1:51.22
(55.63 / 55.59)
United States Lake Placid 1 Nicole Vogt
 United States
1:59.18
(59.81 / 59.37)
Jazmine Fenlator-Victorian
 Jamaica
1:59.71
(1:00.05 / 59.66)
Carrie Russell
 Jamaica
2:00.06
(1:00.09 / 59.97)
United States Lake Placid 2 Nicole Vogt
 United States
2:00.22
(1:00.13 / 1:00.09)
Carrie Russell
 Jamaica
2:01.51
(1:00.47 / 1:01.04)
Brittany Reinbolt
 United States
2:01.58
(1:00.78 / 1:00.80)
Germany Altenberg Kaillie Humphries
 United States
3:59.62
(1:00.39 /
1:00.17 /
59.59 / 59.47)
Stephanie Schneider
 Germany
4:00.12
(1:00.07 /
1:00.45 /
59.80 / 59.80)
Laura Nolte
 Germany
4:00.42
(1:00.00 /
1:00.70 /
59.61 / 1:00.11)
Germany Königssee 2 Martina Fontanive
  Switzerland
1:48.37
(54.14 / 54.23)
none awarded Breeana Walker
 Australia
1:48.91
(54.33 / 54.58)
Melanie Hasler
  Switzerland
1:48.37
(53.89 / 54.48)

Two-woman[edit]

Event: Gold: Time Silver: Time Bronze: Time
Latvia Sigulda 1 Mariama Jamanka
Vanessa Mark
 Germany
1:42.56
(51.05 / 51.51)
Katrin Beierl
Jennifer Onasanya
 Austria
1:42.69
(51.18 / 51.51)
Kim Kalicki
Anabel Galander
 Germany
1:43.14
(51.52 / 51.62)
Latvia Sigulda 2 Laura Nolte
Leonie Fiebig
 Germany
1:42.37
(51.02 / 51.35)
Mariama Jamanka
Vanessa Mark
 Germany
1:42.61
(51.04 / 51.57)
none awarded
Kim Kalicki
Ann-Christin Strack
 Germany
1:42.61
(51.13 / 51.48)
Austria Innsbruck-Igls 1 Laura Nolte
Deborah Levi
 Germany
1:47.00
(53.65 / 53.35)
Kim Kalicki
Ann-Christin Strack
 Germany
1:47.30
(53.83 / 53.47)
Mariama Jamanka
Leonie Fiebig
 Germany
1:47.45
(53.90 / 53.55)
Austria Innsbruck-Igls 2 Stephanie Schneider
Leonie Fiebig
 Germany
1:45.94
(52.94 / 53.00)
Laura Nolte
Deborah Levi
 Germany
1:45.94
(52.94 / 53.00)
Kim Kalicki
Ann-Christin Strack
 Germany
1:46.17
(52.94 / 53.23)
Germany Winterberg Laura Nolte
Deborah Levi
 Germany
1:53.60
(56.87 / 56.73)
Kim Kalicki
Ann-Christin Strack
 Germany
1:54.02
(57.01 / 57.01)
Katrin Beierl
Jennifer Onasanya
 Austria
1:54.39
(57.09 / 57.30)
Mariama Jamanka
Leonie Fiebig
 Germany
1:54.39
(57.17 / 57.22)
Switzerland St. Moritz Stephanie Schneider
Leonie Fiebig
 Germany
2:16.54
(1:08.55 / 1:07.99)
Elana Meyers Taylor
Sylvia Hoffmann
 United States
2:16.62
(1:08.56 / 1:08.06)
Melanie Hasler
Irina Strebel
  Switzerland
2:16.73
(1:08.53 / 1:08.20)
Germany Königssee Kim Kalicki
Ann-Christin Strack
 Germany
1:41.71
(51.07 / 50.64)
Stephanie Schneider
Tamara Seer
 Germany
1:41.96
(50.97 / 50.99)
Elana Meyers Taylor
Sylvia Hoffmann
 United States
1:42.17
(51.00 / 51.17)
Austria Innsbruck-Igls 3 Kaillie Humphries
Lolo Jones
 United States
1:47.07
(53.64 / 53.43)
Elana Meyers Taylor
Lake Kwaza
 United States
1:47.11
(53.55 / 53.56)
Katrin Beierl
Jennifer Onasanya
 Austria
1:47.13
(53.56 / 53.57)

Standings[edit]

Two-man[edit]

[2]

Pos. Racer Latvia SIG 1-1 Latvia SIG 1-2 Latvia SIG 2-1 Latvia SIG 2-2 Austria IGL 1-1 Austria IGL 1-2 Austria IGL 2-1 Austria IGL 2-2 Germany WIN Switzerland STM Germany KON Austria IGL 3 Points
1  Francesco Friedrich (GER) 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2685
2  Johannes Lochner (GER) 2 2 5 3 1 2 3 3 2 2 2 5 2453
3  Dominik Dvořák (CZE) 8 10 6 10 5 5 8 9 11 12 14 4 1880
4  Oskars Ķibermanis (LAT) 6 8 2 7 3 3 2 2 15 2 1848
5  Michael Vogt (SUI) 3 3 8 2 4 15 5 7 4 5 1794
6  Simon Friedli (SUI) 9 6 3 11 9 10 14 10 8 16 1472
7  Oskars Melbārdis (LAT) 7 4 10 10 11 6 6 6 12 1440
8  Christoph Hafer (GER) 4 4 4 5 6 7 8 7 1432
9  Ralfs Bērziņš (LAT) 5 5 9 6 9 8 7 10 16 1416
10  Rostislav Gaitiukevich (RUS) 8 4 6 5 6 9 13 3 1360

Four-man[edit]

[3]

Pos. Racer Germany WIN Switzerland STM Germany KON Austria IGL Points
1  Francesco Friedrich (GER) 1 1 1 1 900
2  Benjamin Maier (AUT) 3 2 2 2 830
3  Justin Kripps (CAN) 2 3 5 3 794
4  Johannes Lochner (GER) 5 4 3 4 768
5  Rostislav Gaitiukevich (RUS) 4 6 9 5 704
6  Christoph Hafer (GER) 6 9 4 9 672
7  Alexey Stulnev (RUS) 7 10 10 10 600
8  Oskars Melbārdis (LAT) 5 6 12 488
9  Dominik Dvořák (CZE) 9 13 12 17 488
10  Romain Heinrich (FRA) 8 12 17 18 456

Women’s Monobob World Series[edit]

Only best five results of each pilot were added up.[4]

Pos. Racer Germany WIN Austria IGL 1 Austria IGL 2 United States PAC 1 Switzerland STM United States PAC 2 United States PAC 3 Germany KON 1 Austria IGL 3 United States LPL 1 United States LPL 2 Germany ALT Germany KON 2 Points
1  Nicole Vogt (USA) 1 1 2 1 1 590
2  Breeana Walker (AUS) 1 7 9 1 DNS 3 502
3  Marina Silva Tuono (BRA) 2 3 3 5 4 502
4  Martina Fontanive (SUI) 2 DNS 3 8 9 1 488
5  Melanie Hasler (SUI) 5 4 6 10 1 468
6  Carrie Russell (JAM) DSQ 2 1 3 2 442
7  Nadezhda Sergeeva (RUS) 1 13 11 5 12 5 440
8  Mica McNeill (GBR) 5 9 6 12 13 4 420
9  Andreea Grecu (ROM) 4 6 12 13 8 11 7 416
10  Simidele Adeagbo (NGR) 6 7 7 7 18 408

Two-woman[edit]

[5]

Pos. Racer Latvia SIG 1 Latvia SIG 2 Austria IGL 1 Austria IGL 2 Germany WIN Switzerland STM Germany KON Austria IGL 3 Points
1  Katrin Beierl (AUT) 2 4 5 4 3 10 5 3 1506
2  Kim Kalicki (GER) 3 2 2 3 2 1 6 1431
3  Mariama Jamanka (GER) 1 2 3 3 4 6 8 1363
4  Andreea Grecu (ROM) 6 6 9 6 8 11 13 9 1248
5  Laura Nolte (GER) DNF 1 1 2 1 6 1061
6  Melanie Hasler (SUI) 4 5 7 5 13 3 1048
7  Martina Fontanive (SUI) 8 DSQ 11 13 14 5 10 856
8  Breeana Walker (AUS) 8 10 9 9 12 13 856
9  Mica McNeill (GBR) 4 7 12 16 14 14 808
10  Elana Meyers Taylor (USA) 7 2 3 2 788

Medal table[edit]

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 Germany23161150
2 United States85316
3  Switzerland2259
4 Australia2013
5 Jamaica1315
6 Canada1247
7 Russia1012
8 Austria04711
9 Latvia0426
10 Brazil0123
11 Netherlands0011
Totals (11 nations)383738113

Points[edit]

Place 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
Women's Monobob World Series 120 110 102 96 92 88 84 80 76 72 68
2-Man, 4-Man, 2-Woman 225 210 200 192 184 176 168 160 152 144 136 128 120 112 104 96 88 80 74 68

References[edit]

  1. ^ "BMW IBSF World Cup 2020/2021 with fourty [sic] races in eight locations on three continents". IBSF. IBSF.
  2. ^ "IBSF World Cup standings - Two-man". IBSF Results. IBSF.
  3. ^ "IBSF World Cup standings - Four-man". IBSF Results. IBSF.
  4. ^ "IBSF World Series standings - Women's Monobob World Series". IBSF Results. IBSF.
  5. ^ "IBSF World Cup standings - Two-woman". IBSF Results. IBSF.