IBSF World Championships 2016

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IBSF World Championships 2016
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Two   men   women
Four   men  
Skeleton   men   women
Mixed   team

The IBSF World Championships 2016 took place at the Olympic Sliding Centre Innsbruck in Igls, Austria, from 8 to 21 February 2016.[1]

Schedule[edit]

Six events were held.[1]

All times are local (UTC+1).

Date Time Events
12 February 16:45 Two-women run 1 and 2
13 February 09:30 Two-men run 1 and 2
15:00 Two-women run 3 and 4
14 February 09:30 Two-men run 3 and 4
15:00 Mixed team
18 February 09:30 Men run 1 and 2
19 February 09:45 Women run 1 and 2
15:30 Men run 3 and 4
20 February 09:45 Women run 3 and 4
15:30 Four-men run 1 and 2
21 February 15:00 Four-men run 3 and 4

Medal summary[edit]

Medal table[edit]

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 Germany (GER)4206
2 Latvia (LAT)2002
3 Russia (RUS)0213
4 Austria (AUT)0112
5 Canada (CAN)0101
 South Korea (KOR)0101
7  Switzerland (SUI)0022
8 United States (USA)0011
Totals (8 nations)67518

Bobsleigh[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Two-man[2]
details
 Germany
Francesco Friedrich
Thorsten Margis
3:26.09  Germany
Johannes Lochner
Joshua Bluhm
3:26.26   Switzerland
Beat Hefti
Alex Baumann
3:26.31
Four-man[3]
details
 Latvia
Oskars Melbārdis
Daumants Dreiškens
Arvis Vilkaste
Jānis Strenga
3:24.27  Germany
Francesco Friedrich
Candy Bauer
Gregor Bermbach
Thorsten Margis
3:24.31   Switzerland
Rico Peter
Bror van der Zijde
Thomas Amrhein
Simon Friedli
3:24.49
Two-woman[4]
details
 Germany
Anja Schneiderheinze-Stöckel
Annika Drazek
3:32.38  Canada
Kaillie Humphries
Melissa Lotholz
3:32.71  United States
Elana Meyers Taylor
Lauren Gibbs
3:32.87

Skeleton[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men[5]
details
Martins Dukurs
 Latvia
3:28.84 Aleksandr Tretyakov
 Russia
Yun Sung-bin
 South Korea
3:29.97 not awarded
Women[6]
details
Tina Hermann
 Germany
3:36.50 Janine Flock
 Austria
3:36.96 Elena Nikitina
 Russia
3:37.09

Mixed[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Mixed team[7]
details
 Germany
Axel Jungk
Anja Schneiderheinze-Stöckel
Franziska Bertels
Tina Hermann
Johannes Lochner
Tino Paasche
3:31.47  Russia
Aleksandr Tretyakov
Aleksandra Rodionova
Yulia Shokshueva
Elena Nikitina
Alexander Kasjanov
Maxim Mokrousov
3:32.12  Austria
Matthias Guggenberger
Christina Hengster
Sanne Dekker
Janine Flock
Benjamin Maier
Dănuț Moldovan
3:32.93

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