2020 FIL World Luge Championships

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2020 FIL World Luge Championships
VenueSliding Center Sanki, Sochi, Russia
Dates14–16 February
2019
2021

The 2020 FIL World Luge Championships were held from 14 to 16 February 2020 in Sochi, Russia.[1]

Schedule[edit]

Seven events were held.[2]

All times are local (UTC+3).

Date Time Events
14 February 09:00 Doubles' sprint qualification
10:00 Women's sprint qualification
11:15 Men's sprint qualification
13:30 Doubles' sprint final
14:25 Women's sprint final
15:20 Men's sprint final
15 February 13:40 Doubles 1st run
15:05 Doubles 2nd run
16:15 Women 1st run
18:05 Women 2nd run
16 February 13:15 Men 1st run
15:20 Men 2nd run
17:50 Team relay

Medal summary[edit]

Medal table[edit]

  *   Host nation (Russia)

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 Russia*5218
2 Germany2125
3 Austria0213
4 Italy0112
 Latvia0112
6 United States0011
Totals (6 nations)77721

Medalists[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men's singles[3]
details
Roman Repilov
 Russia
1:43.099 Jonas Müller
 Austria
1:43.131 Wolfgang Kindl
 Austria
1:43.301
Men's sprint[4]
details
Roman Repilov
 Russia
34.901 David Gleirscher
 Austria
34.907 Dominik Fischnaller
 Italy
34.959
Women's singles[5]
details
Ekaterina Katnikova
 Russia
1:39.398 Julia Taubitz
 Germany
1:39.492 Victoria Demchenko
 Russia
1:39.537
Women's sprint[6]
details
Ekaterina Katnikova
 Russia
31.105 Tatiana Ivanova
 Russia
31.113 Elīza Cauce
 Latvia
31.142
Doubles[7]
details
 Germany
Toni Eggert
Sascha Benecken
1:39.384  Russia
Alexander Denisyev
Vladislav Antonov
1:39.488  Germany
Tobias Wendl
Tobias Arlt
1:39.526
Doubles' sprint[8]
details
 Russia
Alexander Denisyev
Vladislav Antonov
31.281  Italy
Emanuel Rieder
Simon Kainzwaldner
31.326  Germany
Tobias Wendl
Tobias Arlt
31.362
Team relay[9]
details
 Germany
Julia Taubitz
Johannes Ludwig
Toni Eggert / Sascha Benecken
2:44.213  Latvia
Kendija Aparjode
Kristers Aparjods
Andris Šics / Juris Šics
2:44.534  United States
Summer Britcher
Tucker West
Chris Mazdzer / Jayson Terdiman
2:44.557

References[edit]

  1. ^ "FIL Congress awards 49th World Championships to Sochi".
  2. ^ Schedule
  3. ^ Men's singles results
  4. ^ Men's sprint results
  5. ^ Women's singles results
  6. ^ Women's sprint results
  7. ^ Doubles results
  8. ^ Doubles' sprint results
  9. ^ Team relay results

External links[edit]