Luge at the 2006 Winter Olympics – Women's singles

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search
Women's singles
at the XX Olympic Winter Games
Luge pictogram.svg
Pictogram for luge
Venue Cesana Pariol
Dates February 13 – 14
Competitors 30 from 15 nations
Medalists
1st, gold medalist(s) Sylke Otto  Germany
2nd, silver medalist(s) Silke Kraushaar  Germany
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Tatjana Hüfner  Germany
← 2002
2010 →
Luge at the
2006 Winter Olympics
Luge pictogram.svg
Events
Singles men  women
Doubles  doubles

The women's luge at the 2006 Winter Olympics began on February 13, and was completed on February 14 at Cesana Pariol.

Results[edit]

Runs 1 and 2 were held on February 13, and runs 3 and 4 on February 14. The women's luge event was plagued with injury resulting from five separate crashes and many near misses. Kraushaar's silver gave her a complete set of medals earned at the Winter Olympics in women's singles. [1]

Place Athlete Country Run 1 Run 2 Run 3 Run 4 Total Behind
1 Gold medal icon.svg Sylke Otto  Germany 47.041 46.820 46.902 47.216 3:07.979
2 Silver medal icon.svg Silke Kraushaar  Germany 47.269 46.860 46.991 46.995 3:08.115 +0.136
3 Bronze medal icon.svg Tatjana Hüfner  Germany 47.109 47.269 47.101 46.981 3:08.460 +0.481
4 Courtney Zablocki  United States 47.253 47.129 47.234 47.236 3:08.852 +0.873
5 Veronika Halder  Austria 47.426 47.137 47.246 47.278 3:09.087 +1.108
6 Liliya Ludan  Ukraine 47.439 47.378 47.150 47.308 3:09.275 +1.296
7 Anna Orlova  Latvia 47.654 47.317 47.280 47.232 3:09.483 +1.504
8 Nina Reithmayer  Austria 47.485 47.532 47.333 47.223 3:09.573 +1.594
9 Martina Kocher  Switzerland 47.548 47.410 47.276 47.357 3:09.591 +1.612
10 Regan Lauscher  Canada 47.584 47.418 47.320 47.321 3:09.643 +1.664
11 Sarah Podorieszach  Italy 47.858 47.647 47.519 47.850 3:10.874 +2.895
12 Erin Hamlin  United States 48.660 47.816 47.534 47.280 3:11.290 +3.311
13 Madoka Harada  Japan 48.042 47.852 47.989 47.767 3:11.650 +3.671
14 Alexandra Rodionova  Russia 48.165 47.935 48.186 47.881 3:12.167 +4.188
15 Ewelina Staszulonek  Poland 48.653 47.666 48.293 47.567 3:12.179 +4.200
16 Julia Anashkina  Russia 47.952 48.190 48.059 48.208 3:12.409 +4.430
17 Maija Tiruma  Latvia 49.623 47.987 47.889 47.545 3:13.044 +5.065
18 Aiva Aparjode  Latvia 48.934 47.957 47.721 48.453 3:13.065 +5.086
19 Veronika Sabolova  Slovakia 49.680 48.226 48.095 48.060 3:14.061 +6.082
20 Alex Gough  Canada 48.286 49.902 47.922 48.045 3:14.155 +6.176
21 Anastasija Skulkina  Russia 49.174 48.089 50.033 48.072 3:15.368 +7.389
22 Jana Sisajova  Slovakia 48.860 50.267 48.479 49.387 3:16.993 +9.014
23 Hannah Campbell-Pegg  Australia 49.577 49.350 49.574 49.038 3:17.539 +9.56
24 Michelle Despain  Argentina 50.062 54.061 50.120 52.898 3:27.141 +19.162
25 Sonja Manzenreiter  Austria 47.308 47.200 DNF
25 Meaghan Simister  Canada 48.585 48.682 DNF
25 Samantha Retrosi  United States 47.861 DNF
25 Natalia Yakushenko  Ukraine 54.189 DNS
25 Anastasia Oberstolz-Antonova  Italy DNF
25 Marketa Jeriova  Czech Republic DNF

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Torino 2006 Official Report - Luge" (PDF). Torino Organizing Committee. LA84 Foundation. March 2009. Retrieved Jun 4, 2009. [dead link]