Bobsleigh at the 2014 Winter Olympics – Two-woman

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Two-woman
at the XXII Olympic Winter Games
Bobsleigh pictogram.svg
Pictogram for bobsleigh
Dates18–19 February
Competitors38 from 13 nations
Winning time3:50.61
Medalists
1st, gold medalist(s) Kaillie Humphries
Heather Moyse
 Canada
2nd, silver medalist(s) Elana Meyers
Lauryn Williams
 United States
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Jamie Greubel
Aja Evans
 United States
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The two-woman bobsleigh competition at the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia was held at the Sliding Center Sanki near Krasnaya Polyana, Russia on 18–19 February.[1]

Kaillie Humphries and Heather Moyse of Canada repeated as Olympic Champions, becoming the first duo to do so.

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 at which it competes.

Results[edit]

Top finish in each run is in boldface. TR – track record.

On 24 November 2017, the Russian pair were disqualified after Olga Stulneva was sanctioned for a doping violation.[2] After a CAS decision on 1 February 2018, the sanctions were annulled and their result was reinstated.

Rank Bib Country Athletes Run 1 Run 2 Run 3 Run 4 Total Behind
1st, gold medalist(s) 1  Canada (CAN-1) Kaillie Humphries
Heather Moyse
57.39 57.73 57.57 57.92 3:50.61
2nd, silver medalist(s) 2  United States (USA-1) Elana Meyers
Lauryn Williams
57.26 TR 57.63 57.69 58.13 3:50.71 +0.10
3rd, bronze medalist(s) 3  United States (USA-2) Jamie Greubel
Aja Evans
57.45 58.00 58.00 58.16 3:51.61 +1.00
4 9  Netherlands (NED-1) Esmé Kamphuis
Judith Vis
57.94 58.10 58.20 58.03 3:52.27 +1.66
5 4  Germany (GER-1) Sandra Kiriasis
Franziska Fritz
57.95 58.08 58.06 58.20 3:52.29 +1.68
6 10  Belgium (BEL-1) Elfje Willemsen
Hanna Mariën
57.92 58.02 58.33 58.30 3:52.57 +1.96
7 5  Germany (GER-2) Cathleen Martini
Christin Senkel
57.99 58.42 58.17 58.13 3:52.71 +2.10
8 8  Switzerland (SUI-1) Fabienne Meyer
Tanja Mayer
58.18 58.34 58.29 58.39 3:53.20 +2.59
9 11  Russia (RUS-1) Olga Stulneva
Liudmila Udobkina
58.03 58.24 58.45 58.74 3:53.46 +2.85
10 6  Germany (GER-3) Anja Schneiderheinze
Stephanie Schneider
58.17 58.30 58.53 58.74 3:53.74 +3.13
11 7  United States (USA-3) Jazmine Fenlator
Lolo Jones
58.27 58.46 58.50 58.74 3:53.97 +3.36
12 12  Great Britain (GBR-1) Paula Walker
Rebekah Wilson
58.36 58.40 58.88 58.60 3:54.24 +3.63
13 13  Canada (CAN-2) Jennifer Ciochetti
Chelsea Valois
58.43 58.63 58.72 58.71 3:54.49 +3.88
14 14  Australia (AUS-1) Astrid Radjenovic
Jana Pittman
58.62 58.50 59.06 58.37 3:54.55 +3.94
15 15  Austria (AUT-1) Christina Hengster
Viola Kleiser
Alexandra Tüchi [a]
58.59 58.56 58.73 58.91 3:54.79 +4.18
16 17  Russia (RUS-2) Nadezhda Sergeeva
Nadezhda Paleeva
58.80 58.69 59.27 59.10 3:55.86 +5.25
17 16  Romania (ROU-1) Maria Constantin
Andreea Grecu
59.04 59.08 59.38 59.09 3:56.59 +5.98
18 18  South Korea (KOR-1) Kim Su-Nok
Shin Mi-Hwa
1:00.09 1:00.02 1:00.44 1:00.26 4:00.81 +10.20
19 19  Brazil (BRA-1) Fabiana Santos
Sally Mayara da Silva
59.57 1:00.45 1:00.73 1:01.20 4:01.95 +11.34
  1. ^ Kleiser competed in the first two runs, Tüchi in runs three and four.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Bobsleigh Schedule and Results". SOOC. Retrieved January 10, 2014.
  2. ^ https://www.olympic.org/news/ioc-sanctions-four-russian-athletes-as-part-of-oswald-commission-findings-2017-11-24