FIBT World Championships 2011

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Official logo for the FIBT World Championships 2011.

The FIBT World Championships 2011 took place 14 February – 27 February 2011 in Königssee, Germany, for the fifth time, doing so previously in 1979, 1986, and 1990 (skeleton), and 2004. In 2007, the championships were awarded to Cortina d'Ampezzo, Italy over Winterberg Germany, but Cortina withdrew in February 2009 to issues with the city of Cortina.[1]

Original selection[edit]

Cortina d'Ampezzo, Italy, was selected 21–13 over Winterberg, Germany, at the FIBT annual conference in London, England, on 2 June 2007.[2]

It was to have been Cortina's tenth time hosting the event, having done so previously in 1937 (two-man), 1939 (four-man), 1950, 1954, 1960, 1966, 1981, 1989 (bobsleigh), and 1999 (bobsleigh).

The track was to have undergone a homologation to accommodate skeleton during the 2007–08 World Cup season in order for it to be used for the event, but that did not happen.[2] Skeleton was last competed at Cortina in 1992.[2] A World Cup event was set to take place in January 2009, but was cancelled to technical issues.[2]

On 28 February 2009, it was announced at the world championships in Lake Placid, New York, in the United States that Königssee was selected in cooperation with the FIBT and the Bob- und Schlittenverband für Deutschland (BSD - German bobsleigh, luge, and skeleton federation).[1]

Bobsleigh[edit]

Two-man[edit]

Switzerland's duo of Ivo Rüegg and Cedric Grand are the defending world champions. Germany's André Lange and Kevin Kuske are the Olympic champions. Grand and Lange retired after the 2010 Winter Olympics.

Rank Bib Athlete Country Run 1 Run 2 Run 3 Run 4 Total Behind
1st, gold medalist(s) 1 Alexandr Zubkov
Alexey Voyevoda
 Russia 50.31 50.25 50.20 49.96 3:20.72
2nd, silver medalist(s) 16 Thomas Florschütz
Kevin Kuske
 Germany 50.50 50.17 50.29 49.94 3:20.90 +0.18
2nd, silver medalist(s) 2 Manuel Machata
Andreas Bredau
 Germany 50.51 50.26 50.24 49.89 3:20.90 +0.18
4 6 Beat Hefti
Thomas Lamparter
  Switzerland 50.56 50.06 50.59 49.79 3:21.00 +0.28
5 7 Karl Angerer
Alexander Rödiger
 Germany 50.85 50.28 50.27 49.87 3:21.27 +0.55
6 4 Steve Holcomb
Steven Langton
 United States 50.60 50.38 50.26 50.27 3:21.51 +0.79
6 3 Simone Bertazzo
Matteo Torchio
 Italy 50.62 50.40 50.31 50.18 3:21.51 +0.79
8 26 Nicolae Istrate
Florin Cezar Craciun
 Romania 50.73 50.47 50.47 50.39 3:22.06 +1.34
9 5 Lyndon Rush
Neville Wright
 Canada 51.05 50.53 50.51 50.14 3:22.23 +1.51
10 9 Gregor Baumann
Alex Baumann
  Switzerland 50.89 50.59 50.53 50.24 3:22.25 +1.53
11 14 Francesco Friedrich
Marko Huebenbecker
 Germany 50.80 50.68 50.49 50.31 3:22.28 +1.56
12 8 Patrice Servelle
Lascelles Brown
 Monaco 50.96 50.71 50.55 50.24 3:22.46 +1.74
13 19 Oskars Melbārdis
Intars Dambis
 Latvia 50.70 50.78 50.57 50.49 3:22.54 +1.82
14 11 Jürgen Loacker
Matthias Adolf
 Austria 50.97 51.14 50.45 50.37 3:22.93 +2.21
15 17 Dawid Kupczyk
Marcin Niewiara
 Poland 50.98 50.56 50.85 50.66 3:23.05 +2.33
16 13 Edgars Maskalāns
Daumants Dreiškens
 Latvia 51.10 50.85 50.76 50.40 3:23.11 +2.39
17 10 Alexander Kasjanov
Maxim Belugin
 Russia 51.17 50.80 50.72 50.48 3:23.17 +2.45
18 22 Edwin van Calker
Sybren Jansma
 Netherlands 51.24 50.92 50.60 50.61 3:23.37 +2.65
19 18 Chris Spring
Timothy Randall
 Canada 51.05 50.84 50.88 50.74 3:23.51 +2.79
20 20 John James Jackson
Bruce Tasker
 United Kingdom 51.04 50.93 50.87 50.92 3:23.76 +3.04
21 24 Jan Vrba
Jan Stokláska
 Czech Republic 51.24 50.93 50.71
22 12 John Napier
Laszlo Vandracsek
 United States 51.09 50.95 50.90
23 15 Alexey Gorlachev
Alexander Ryabov
 Russia 51.37 50.79 50.80
24 23 Rico Peter
Thomas Ruf
  Switzerland 51.20 51.08 50.85
25 21 Cory Butner
Johnny Quinn
 United States 51.46 50.86 51.02
26 28 Lamin Deen
Richard Sharman
 United Kingdom 51.45 51.34 51.49
27 27 Thibault Alexis Godefroy
Vincent Daniel Ricard
 France 51.78 51.35 51.38
28 31 Bruno Meyerhans
Jürgen Berginz
 Liechtenstein 52.24 51.73 51.63
29 30 Marc Sluszny
Lino Vandoorne
 Belgium 52.82 52.92 52.16
30 25 Heath Spence
Dustin MacPherson
 Australia 53.10 52.65 52.24
31 32 Ivan Šola
Nikola Nimac
 Croatia 54.38 53.65 53.36
29 Vuk Rađenović
Slobodan Matijević
 Serbia DNS

Four-man[edit]

The Olympic and World champions are the American foursome of Steven Holcomb, Justin Olsen, Steve Mesler, and Curtis Tomasevicz.

Rank Bib Athlete Country Run 1 Run 2 Run 3 Run 4 Total Behind
1st, gold medalist(s) 1 Manuel Machata
Richard Adjei
Andreas Bredau
Christian Poser
 Germany 48.65 48.79 49.26 49.88 3:16.58
2nd, silver medalist(s) 4 Karl Angerer
Christian Friedrich
Alex Mann
Gregor Bermbach
 Germany 48.74 48.92 49.31 50.13 3:17.10 +0.52
3rd, bronze medalist(s) 2 Steve Holcomb
Justin Olsen
Steven Langton
Curtis Tomasevicz
 United States 48.81 49.01 49.46 49.98 3:17.26 +0.68
4 3 Alexandr Zubkov
Filipp Yegorov
Dmitry Trunenkov
Nikolay Hrenkov
 Russia 48.78 49.00 49.39 50.28 3:17.45 +0.87
4 10 Maximilian Arndt
Jan Speer
Alexander Rödiger
Martin Putze
 Germany 49.05 48.92 49.48 50.00 3:17.45 +0.87
6 6 Lyndon Rush
David Bissett
Cody Sorensen
Neville Wright
 Canada 48.87 49.00 49.56 50.08 3:17.51 +0.93
7 15 Thomas Florschütz
Ronny Listner
Kevin Kuske
Andreas Barucha
 Germany 49.01 49.09 49.48 50.16 3:17.74 +1.16
8 8 Gregor Baumann
Patrick Bloechliger
Alex Baumann
Juerg Egger
  Switzerland 49.06 49.06 49.64 50.21 3:17.97 +1.39
9 7 Edgars Maskalāns
Daumants Dreiškens
Ugis Zalims
Intars Dambis
 Latvia 49.06 49.10 49.69 50.53 3:18.38 +1.80
10 5 Alexander Kasjanov
Andrey Yurkov
Dmitriy Stepushkin
Maxim Belugin
 Russia 49.02 49.14 49.77 50.55 3:18.48 +1.90
11 12 Alexey Gorlachev
Petr Moiseev
Alexey Kireev
Sergey Prudnikov
 Russia 49.29 49.07 49.89 50.52 3:18.77 +2.19
12 14 Beat Hefti
Roman Handschin
Thomas Lamparter
Manuel Luethi
  Switzerland 49.22 49.13 49.88 50.55 3:18.78 +2.20
13 18 Jürgen Loacker
Juergen Mayer
Matthias Adolf
Martin Lachkovics
 Austria 49.16 49.22 50.03 50.41 3:18.82 +2.24
14 22 Chris Spring
Timothy Randall
Derek Plug
Graeme Rinholm
 Canada 49.17 49.27 50.02 50.60 3:19.06 +2.48
15 24 Oskars Melbārdis
Raivis Broks
Mihails Arhipovs
Janis Strenga
 Latvia 49.48 49.34 49.86 50.47 3:19.15 +2.57
16 25 Edwin van Calker
Yannick Greiner
Sybren Jansma
Arno Klaassen
 Netherlands 49.27 49.18 50.04 50.68 3:19.17 +2.59
17 16 Jan Vrba
Dominik Suchý
Martin Bohmann
Jan Stokláska
 Czech Republic 49.27 49.22 50.20 50.76 3:19.45 +2.87
18 17 Dawid Kupczyk
Michal Kasperowicz
Marcin Niewiara
Paweł Mróz
 Poland 49.28 49.29 50.21 50.73 3:19.51 +2.93
19 13 John Napier
Jared Clugston
Laszlo Vandracsek
Jesse Beckom
 United States 49.31 49.21 50.44 51.09 3:20.05 +3.47
20 9 Simone Bertazzo
Matteo Torchio
Samuele Romanini
Sergio Riva
 Italy 49.38 49.54 50.51 51.05 3:20.48 +3.90
21 23 Rico Peter
Thomas Ruf
Fabio Badraun
Thomas Landolt
  Switzerland 49.54 49.42 50.62
22 21 John James Jackson
Dave Smith
Bruce Tasker
Christopher Wolley
 United Kingdom 49.59 49.53 50.67
23 20 Nicolae Istrate
Ionuţ Andrei
Bogdan Laurentiu Otava
Florin Cezar Craciun
 Romania 49.65 49.56 50.89
24 28 Vuk Radjenovic
Uros Stegel
Milos Savic
Damjan Zlatnar
 Serbia 49.96 49.88 51.20
25 33 Hiroshi Suzuki
Tohru Sakurai
Ryuichi Kobayashi
Kota Imai
 Japan 49.96 50.00 51.49
26 29 Thibault Alexis Godefroy
Alexandre Lhomel
Julien Bernard-Godet
Alexandre Jolivet
 France 50.13 49.94 51.40
27 19 Milan Jagnešák
Martin Tešovič
Andrej Bician
Juraj Mokrás
 Slovakia 50.01 50.00 51.58
28 26 Cory Butner
Codie Bascue
Kameron Hart
Johnny Quinn
 United States 50.15 50.00 51.56
29 27 Dorin-Alexandru Grigore
Emilian Pertea
Danut Stancu
Florin Barcacila Bogdan
 Romania 50.16 50.34 51.63
30 32 Ivan Šola
Drazen Silic
Mate Mezulić
Igor Marić
 Croatia 50.84 50.38 52.00
31 31 Heath Spence
Christian Wulff
Joshua Kelly
Dustin MacPherson
 Australia 50.78 50.81 52.85
32 30 Marc Sluszny
Thomas Siech
Lino Vandoorne
Korneel Deblock
 Belgium 51.37 51.76 53.63
11 Patrice Servelle
Joffrey Tocant
Lascelles Brown
Elly Lefort
 Monaco 49.42 49.67 DNS

Two-woman[edit]

The British duo of Nicole Minichiello and Gillian Cooke are the defending World Champions. Canada's Kaillie Humphries and Heather Moyse are the Olympic champions. Minichiello will not compete this season to injuries sustained during the 2010 Winter Olympics. Humphries and Moyse won Canada's first ever World Championship medal in women's bobsleigh with their bronze medal performance.[3]

Rank Bib Athlete Country Run 1 Run 2 Run 3 Run 4 Total Behind
1st, gold medalist(s) 2 Cathleen Martini
Romy Logsch
 Germany 51.36 51.41 51.69 51.65 3:26.11
2nd, silver medalist(s) 4 Shauna Rohbock
Valerie Fleming
 United States 51.44 51.44 51.85 51.60 3:26.33 +0.22
3rd, bronze medalist(s) 3 Kaillie Humphries
Heather Moyse
 Canada 51.36 51.59 52.01 51.78 3:26.74 +0.63
4 1 Sandra Kiriasis
Berit Wiacker
 Germany 51.56 51.40 52.08 51.77 3:26.81 +0.70
5 5 Helen Upperton
Shelley-Ann Brown
 Canada 51.55 51.58 52.03 51.83 3:26.99 +0.88
6 6 Esmé Kamphuis
Judith Vis
 Netherlands 51.87 51.78 51.92 51.95 3:27.52 +1.41
7 9 Sabina Hafner
Caroline Spahni
  Switzerland 51.76 51.77 52.24 51.97 3:27.74 +1.63
8 8 Anja Schneiderheinze
Christin Senkel
 Germany 51.74 51.77 52.52 52.06 3:28.09 +1.98
9 14 Elana Meyers
Jamie Greubel
 United States 51.78 51.78 52.68 52.09 3:28.33 +2.22
10 10 Bree Schaaf
Emily Azevedo
 United States 51.80 51.99 52.54 52.01 3:28.34 +2.23
11 7 Fabienne Meyer
Hanne Schenk
  Switzerland 51.61 52.03 52.95 51.94 3:28.53 +2.42
12 15 Olga Fyodorova
Yulia Timofeeva
 Russia 52.02 52.01 52.32 52.31 3:28.66 +2.55
13 11 Paula Walker
Rebekah Wilson
 United Kingdom 52.00 51.85 52.89 51.94 3:28.68 +2.57
14 18 Astrid Loch-Wilkinson
Fiona Cullen
 Australia 52.05 52.17 52.73 52.52 3:29.47 +3.36
15 12 Anastasiya Skulkina
Margarita Ismailova
 Russia 52.25 52.40 52.63 52.24 3:29.52 +3.41
16 13 Christina Hengster
Anna Feichtner
 Austria 52.13 52.12 53.02 52.85 3:30.12 +4.01
17 17 Elfje Willemsen
Anouska Hellebuyck
 Belgium 52.37 52.81 52.90 52.49 3:30.57 +4.46
18 16 Viktoria Tokovaya
Natalya Kalashnik
 Russia 52.55 52.78 53.26 53.13 3:31.72 +5.61
19 19 Carmen Tronescu
Alina Vera Savin
 Romania 53.01 53.19 53.22 53.28 3:32.70 +6.59
20 22 Andreea Olimpia Popescu
Maria Dragan
 Romania 52.91 52.97 53.31 53.56 3:32.75 +6.64
21 20 Fiona Harrison
Gillian Cooke
 United Kingdom 53.35 53.01 53.70
22 21 Eva Willemarck
Els de Groote
 Belgium 53.31 53.54 53.24

Skeleton[edit]

Men[edit]

Switzerland's Gregor Stähli is the defending World champion. Canada's Jon Montgomery is the Olympic champion.

Rank Bib Athlete Country Run 1 Run 2 Run 3 Run 4 Total Behind
1st, gold medalist(s) 1 Martins Dukurs  Latvia 51.18 50.67 50.94 50.91 3:23.70
2nd, silver medalist(s) 5 Aleksandr Tretyakov  Russia 51.43 51.14 51.62 51.25 3:25.44 +1.74
3rd, bronze medalist(s) 3 Frank Rommel  Germany 51.71 51.14 51.53 51.30 3:25.68 +1.98
4 2 Sandro Stielicke  Germany 51.42 51.13 51.87 51.56 3:25.98 +2.28
5 6 Michi Halilović  Germany 51.29 51.13 51.68 51.89 3:25.99 +2.29
6 12 Kristan Bromley  United Kingdom 51.48 51.23 51.85 51.72 3:26.28 +2.58
7 7 Matthew Antoine  United States 51.92 51.50 51.98 51.37 3:26.77 +3.07
8 15 Alexander Kröckel  Germany 51.79 51.57 52.13 51.66 3:27.15 +3.45
9 8 Tomass Dukurs  Latvia 51.75 51.45 52.25 51.77 3:27.22 +3.52
10 4 Sergey Chudinov  Russia 51.83 51.65 52.14 51.91 3:27.53 +3.83
11 9 Jon Montgomery  Canada 51.74 51.43 52.53 51.96 3:27.66 +3.96
12 21 Ben Sandford  New Zealand 51.99 51.63 52.42 51.94 3:27.98 +4.28
13 14 Michael Douglas  Canada 52.23 51.48 52.50 51.86 3:28.07 +4.37
14 11 Chris Type  United Kingdom 52.23 51.47 52.50 51.88 3:28.08 +4.38
15 13 John Fairbairn  Canada 51.96 51.52 52.93 52.01 3:28.42 +4.72
16 16 Andy Wood  United Kingdom 52.24 51.57 52.66 52.46 3:28.93 +5.23
17 10 John Daly  United States 52.08 52.30 52.39 52.63 3:29.40 +5.70
18 20 Anže Šetina  Slovenia 52.25 52.34 52.70 52.31 3:29.60 +5.90
19 23 Hiroatsu Takahashi  Japan 51.83 52.17 52.89 53.05 3:29.94 +6.24
20 18 Pascal Oswald   Switzerland 53.63 51.78 52.25 52.29 3:29.95 +6.25
21 28 Lukas Kummer   Switzerland 52.50 52.30 52.88
22 19 Matthias Guggenberger  Austria 52.48 52.61 53.07
23 27 John Farrow  Australia 52.42 52.53 53.34
24 22 Maurizio Oioli  Italy 52.74 52.71 53.00
25 17 Kyle Tress  United States 52.97 52.47 53.02
26 24 Ander Mirambell  Spain 52.86 52.49 53.18
27 25 Yuki Sasahara  Japan 53.49 52.66 53.10
28 26 Giovanni Mulassano  Italy 53.29 53.13 53.90
29 33 Jakub Holoubek  Czech Republic 54.02 53.37 53.64
30 32 Emilio Strapasson  Brazil 54.17 54.00 53.58
31 30 Dorin Dumitru Velicu  Romania 55.13 52.55 54.20
32 31 Matt Skolnik  Slovakia 54.08 53.36 54.57
33 29 Bradley Chalupski  Israel 54.56 54.34 54.88
34 34 Lee Webster  South Africa 54.69 54.76 54.72

Women[edit]

Germany's Marion Thees (Trott until summer 2010) is the defending World champion. Britain's Amy Williams is the Olympic champion.

Rank Bib Athlete Country Run 1 Run 2 Run 3 Run 4 Total Behind
1st, gold medalist(s) 4 Marion Thees  Germany 52.22 52.21 52.07 52.01 3:28.51
2nd, silver medalist(s) 1 Anja Huber  Germany 52.44 52.14 52.35 52.46 3:29.39 +0.88
3rd, bronze medalist(s) 3 Mellisa Hollingsworth  Canada 52.64 52.34 52.46 52.30 3:29.74 +1.23
4 2 Shelley Rudman  United Kingdom 53.14 52.45 52.24 52.22 3:30.05 +1.54
5 10 Olga Potylitsina  Russia 53.10 52.50 52.40 52.70 3:30.70 +2.19
6 8 Katharina Heinz  Germany 52.88 52.68 52.76 52.55 3:30.87 +2.36
7 5 Amy Gough  Canada 52.81 52.64 52.84 52.70 3:30.99 +2.48
8 7 Darla Deschamps  Canada 53.00 52.64 52.87 52.70 3:31.21 +2.70
9 17 Katie Uhlaender  United States 53.36 52.75 52.58 52.82 3:31.51 +3.00
10 19 Yelena Yudina  Russia 53.29 52.73 52.76 52.87 3:31.65 +3.14
11 25 Robynne Thompson  Canada 53.07 53.46 53.55 53.06 3:33.14 +4.63
12 9 Emma Lincoln-Smith  Australia 53.33 53.62 53.45 52.83 3:33.23 +4.72
13 6 Donna Creighton  United Kingdom 53.48 53.20 53.55 53.06 3:33.29 +4.78
14 13 Katharine Eustace  New Zealand 54.12 52.91 53.60 52.77 3:33.40 +4.89
15 15 Lucy Chaffer  Australia 53.75 53.72 53.00 53.53 3:34.00 +5.49
16 16 Kimber Gabryszak  United States 53.80 53.78 53.10 53.49 3:34.17 +5.66
17 18 Joska Le Conté  Netherlands 54.15 53.43 53.41 53.40 3:34.39 +5.88
18 11 Nozomi Komuro  Japan 54.11 53.36 53.44 53.49 3:34.40 +5.89
19 14 Janine Flock  Austria 53.33 53.57 53.82 54.31 3:35.03 +6.52
20 23 Jessica Kilian   Switzerland 53.75 53.68 53.70 54.61 3:35.74 +7.23
21 22 Michaela Glässer  Czech Republic 54.07 53.52 53.60
22 20 Maria Orlova  Russia 53.59 53.74 53.95
23 12 Anne O'Shea  United States 53.65 53.89 53.87
24 21 Barbara Hosch   Switzerland 54.62 54.61 53.96
25 26 Delia Andreea Ivas  Romania 54.51 54.44 54.65
26 24 Maria Marinela Mazilu  Romania 55.22 55.48 54.85

Mixed team[edit]

The German team of Frank Rommel, Sandra Kiriasis, Patricia Polifka, Thees (formerly Trott), Thomas Florschütz, & Andreas Barucha are the defending World champions.

Rank Bib Athlete Country Run 1 Run 2 Run 3 Run 4 Total Behind
1st, gold medalist(s) 11 Michi Halilović
Sandra Kiriasis / Stephanie Schneider
Marion Thees
Francesco Friedrich / Florian Becke
 Germany 51.40 51.60 52.82 50.27 3:26.09
2nd, silver medalist(s) 6 Frank Rommel
Cathleen Martini / Kristin Steinert
Anja Huber
Karl Angerer / Alex Mann
 Germany 51.52 51.50 52.74 50.39 3:26.15 +0.06
3rd, bronze medalist(s) 4 Jon Montgomery
Kaillie Humphries / Heather Moyse
Mellisa Hollingsworth
Lyndon Rush / Cody Sorensen
 Canada 51.54 51.40 53.67 50.35 3:26.96 +0.87
4 3 Kristan Bromley
Paula Walker / Rebekah Wilson
Shelley Rudman
John James Jackson / Bruce Tasker
 United Kingdom 51.85 51.72 53.34 50.83 3:27.74 +1.65
5 5 Sergey Chudinov
Olga Fyodorova / Yulia Timofeeva
Olga Potelitcina
Alexandr Zubkov / Alexey Voyevoda
 Russia 51.97 51.91 53.90 50.28 3:28.06 +1.97
6 14 Aleksandr Tretyakov
Anastasiya Skulkina / Margarita Ismailova
Yelena Yudina
Alexander Kasjanov / Maxim Belugin
 Russia 51.50 52.18 53.89 50.67 3:28.24 +2.15
7 10 Michael Douglas
Helen Upperton / Shelley-Ann Brown
Amy Gough
Chris Spring / Derek Plug
 Canada 52.49 51.61 53.97 50.89 3:28.96 +2.87
8 15 John Daly
Elana Meyers / Kristi Koplin
Anne O'Shea
John Napier / Jesse Beckom
 United States 51.88 51.84 55.05 50.58 3:29.35 +3.26
9 12 Matthew Antoine
Bree Schaaf / Emily Azevedo
Katie Uhlaender
Steve Holcomb / Curtis Tomasevicz
 United States 52.61 51.81 54.66 50.45 3:29.53 +3.44
10 2 Pascal Oswald
Sabina Hafner / Michelle Huwiler
Jessica Kilian
Gregor Baumann / Juerg Egger
  Switzerland 52.91 51.73 54.91 50.34 3:29.89 +3.80
11 13 Matthias Guggenberger
Christina Hengster / Inga Versen
Janine Flock
Jürgen Loacker / Johannes Wipplinger
 Austria 52.43 52.81 54.65 50.75 3:30.64 +4.55
12 9 Lukas Kummer
Fabienne Meyer / Eveline Gerber
Barbara Hosch
Rico Peter / Fabio Badraun
  Switzerland 53.06 51.93 55.41 50.81 3:31.21 +5.12
13 1 Andy Wood
Fiona Harrison / Gillian Cooke
Donna Creighton
Lamin Deen / Richard Sharman
 United Kingdom 53.21 53.16 54.24 51.15 3:31.76 +5.67
14 7 John Farrow
Astrid Loch-Wilkinson / Jamie Hedge
Emma Lincoln-Smith
Heath Spence / Joshua Kelly
 Australia 53.41 52.33 54.09 52.50 3:32.33 +6.24
15 8 Silviu Alexandru Mesarosi
Carmen Tronescu / Alina Vera Savin
Maria Marinela Mazilu
Nicolae Istrate / Florin Cezar Craciun
 Romania 53.44 53.26 55.67 50.72 3:33.09 +7.00

Medal table[edit]

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Germany 4 5 1 10
2  Russia 1 1 0 2
3  Latvia 1 0 0 1
4  United States 0 1 1 2
5  Canada 0 0 3 3

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Königssee to Host 2011 FIBT World Championship at the Fédération Internationale de Bobsleigh et de Tobogganing
  2. ^ a b c d FIBT awards 2011 championships to Cortina d'Ampezzo - deadlink from www.bobsleigh.com
  3. ^ "Canada wins 1st-ever women's world bobsled medal". CBC. 19 February 2011. Retrieved 19 February 2011. 

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