Bobsleigh at the 2014 Winter Olympics – Two-man

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Two-man
at the XXII Olympic Winter Games
Two-man bobsleigh, 2014 winter Olympics, Russia.jpg
Disqualified Russian team
Dates 16–17 February
Competitors 60 from 20 nations
Winning time 3:45.39
Medalists
1st, gold medalist(s) Vacant
2nd, silver medalist(s) Beat Hefti
Alex Baumann
 Switzerland
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Steven Holcomb
Steven Langton
 United States
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The two-man bobsleigh competition at the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia was held at the Sliding Center Sanki near Krasnaya Polyana, Russia on 16–17 February.[1]

On 24 November 2017, the IOC imposed a life ban on bobsledder Alexandr Zubkov. He was stripped of 2 gold medals (two-man and four-man bobsleigh).[2] On 18 December 2017, Zubkov's two-man bobsleigh teammate Alexey Voyevoda also received a lifetime ban by the IOC due to doping violations at the 2014 Winter Olympics.[3] On 29 November 2017, IOC also sanctioned Alexander Kasjanov for doping offences and stripped his team of their results.[4]

Records[edit]

While the IOC does not consider bobsled times eligible for Olympic records, the FIBT does maintain records for both the start and a complete run at each track it competes.[citation needed]

Results[edit]

Rank Bib Country Athletes Run 1 Run 2 Run 3 Run 4 Total Behind
DSQ 3  Russia (RUS-1) Alexandr Zubkov
Alexey Voyevoda
56.25 TR 56.57 56.08 TR 56.49 3:45.39
2nd, silver medalist(s) 2  Switzerland (SUI-1) Beat Hefti
Alex Baumann
56.46 56.68 56.26 56.65 3:46.05 +0.66
3rd, bronze medalist(s) 1  United States (USA-1) Steven Holcomb
Steven Langton
56.34 56.84 56.41 56.68 3:46.27 +0.88
DSQ 13  Russia (RUS-2) Alexander Kasjanov
Maxim Belugin
56.69 56.60 56.44 56.57 3:46.30 +0.91
5 12  Latvia (LAT-1) Oskars Melbārdis
Daumants Dreiškens
56.62 56.68 56.43 56.75 3:46.48 +1.09
6 10  Canada (CAN-3) Justin Kripps
Bryan Barnett
56.56 56.70 56.42 56.94 3:46.62 +1.23
7 9  Canada (CAN-2) Chris Spring
Jesse Lumsden
56.66 56.77 56.62 56.74 3:46.79 +1.40
8 4  Germany (GER-1) Francesco Friedrich
Jannis Bäcker
56.50 56.88 56.63 56.84 3:46.85 +1.46
9 7  Canada (CAN-1) Lyndon Rush
Lascelles Brown
56.61 56.87 56.64 56.76 3:46.88 +1.49
10 14  Switzerland (SUI-2) Rico Peter
Juerg Egger
56.96 56.68 56.60 56.72 3:46.96 +1.57
11 8  Germany (GER-2) Thomas Florschütz
Kevin Kuske
56.89 56.87 56.77 56.71 3:47.00 +1.61
12 5  United States (USA-2) Cory Butner
Christopher Fogt
56.45 57.11 56.77 56.86 3:47.19 +1.80
13 6  United States (USA-3) Nick Cunningham
Dallas Robinson
56.73 57.07 56.98 56.91 3:47.69 +2.30
14 16  Italy (ITA-1) Simone Bertazzo
Simone Fontana
57.06 57.02 56.90 56.84 3:47.82 +2.43
15 11  Germany (GER-3) Maximilian Arndt
Alexander Rödiger
56.98 56.92 57.22 57.08 3:48.20 +2.81
16 15  Latvia (LAT-2) Oskars Kibermanis
Vairis Leiboms
57.11 57.22 57.00 57.19 3:48.52 +3.13
17 22  Romania (ROM-1) Nicolae Istrate
Florin Cezar Crăciun
57.39 57.19 57.24 57.16 3:48.98 +3.59
18 17  South Korea (KOR-1) Won Yun-Jong
Seo Young-Woo
57.41 57.20 57.58 57.08 3:49.27 +3.88
19 23  Netherlands (NED-1) Edwin van Calker
Bror van der Zijde
57.54 57.46 57.38 56.95 3:49.33 +3.94
20 18  France (FRA-1) Loic Costerg
Romain Heinrich
57.44 57.04 57.65 57.23 3:49.36 +3.97
21 21  Monaco (MON-1) Patrice Servelle
Sébastien Gattuso
57.50 57.30 57.80 2:52.60
22 19  Austria (AUT-1) Benjamin Maier
Markus Sammer
57.57 57.74 57.41 2:52.71
23 25  Great Britain (GBR-1) Lamin Deen
John Baines
57.54 57.81 57.38 2:52.73
24 30  Czech Republic (CZE-1) Jan Vrba
Michal Vacek
57.72 57.75 57.71 2:53.18
25 20  South Korea (KOR-2) Kim Dong-hyun
Jun Jung-Lin
57.78 57.76 57.73 2:53.27
26 27  Australia (AUS-1) Heath Spence
Duncan Harvey
57.96 57.99 57.78 2:53.73
27 26  Poland (POL-1) Dawid Kupczyk
Paweł Mróz
57.90 58.07 57.98 2:53.95
28 24  Japan (JPN-1) Hiroshi Suzuki
Hisashi Miyazaki
57.91 58.21 58.02 2:54.14
29 28  Jamaica (JAM-1) Winston Watts
Marvin Dixon
58.42 58.81 58.17 2:55.40
29  Serbia (SRB-1) Vuk Rađenović
Aleksandar Bundalo
58.31 58.56 DNS

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Bobsleigh Schedule and Results". SOOC. Retrieved 10 January 2014. 
  2. ^ "IOC SANCTIONS FOUR RUSSIAN ATHLETES AS PART OF OSWALD COMMISSION FINDINGS". IOC. 24 November 2017. Retrieved 24 November 2017. 
  3. ^ "Russian bobsledder banned over doping". France 24. 18 December 2017. 
  4. ^ "IOC SANCTIONS THREE RUSSIAN ATHLETES AS PART OF OSWALD COMMISSION FINDINGS". IOC. 29 November 2017. Retrieved 29 November 2017.