2019 FIL World Luge Championships – Doubles' sprint

The Doubles' sprint competition at the 2019 FIL World Luge Championships was held on 25 January 2019.[1][2]

Doubles' sprint
at the 2019 FIL World Luge Championships
VenueWinterberg bobsleigh, luge, and skeleton track
LocationWinterberg, Germany
Dates25 January
Competitors42 from 13 nations
Teams21
Winning time30.812
Medalists
gold medal    Germany
silver medal    Germany
bronze medal    Austria
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2019 FIL World Luge Championships
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Individual   men   women
Doubles   doubles
Sprint   men doubles women
Relay   mixed

ResultsEdit

The qualification was held at 09:00[3] and the final at 13:44.[4]

Rank Bib Name Country Qualification Final Run
Time Rank Time Diff
  15 Toni Eggert
Sascha Benecken
  Germany 30.669 1 30.812
  14 Tobias Wendl
Tobias Arlt
  Germany 30.706 2 30.824 +0.012
  13 Thomas Steu
Lorenz Koller
  Austria 30.719 3 30.829 +0.017
4 12 Andris Šics
Juris Šics
  Latvia 30.759 6 30.868 +0.056
5 10 Chris Mazdzer
Jayson Terdiman
  United States 30.830 10 30.895 +0.083
6 4 Vsevolod Kashkin
Konstantin Korshunov
  Russia 30.805 9 30.960 +0.148
7 9 Robin Geueke
David Gamm
  Germany 30.779 7 30.979 +0.167
8 8 Ludwig Rieder
Patrick Rastner
  Italy 30.747 5 30.983 +0.171
9 20 Alexander Denisyev
Vladislav Antonov
  Russia 30.743 4 30.989 +0.177
10 5 Wojciech Chmielewski
Jakub Kowalewski
  Poland 30.781 8 31.032 +0.220
11 11 Vladislav Yuzhakov
Iurii Prokhorov
  Russia 31.000 14 31.034 +0.222
12 7 Kristens Putins
Imants Marcinkēvičs
  Latvia 30.892 12 31.071 +0.259
13 6 Tristan Walker
Justin Snith
  Canada 30.886 11 31.102 +0.290
14 19 Emanuel Rieder
Simon Kainzwaldner
  Italy 30.940 13 31.173 +0.361
15 2 Park Jin-yong
Kang Doung-kyu
  South Korea 31.088 15 31.367 +0.555
16 16 Vasile Gitlan
Flavius Craciun
  Romania 31.132 16
17 17 Ivan Nagler
Fabian Malleier
  Italy 31.148 17
18 18 Ihor Stakhiv
Andriy Lysetskyy
  Ukraine 31.374 18
19 3 Filip Vejdělek
Zdeněk Pěkný
  Czech Republic 31.637 19
20 21 Rupert Staudinger
John-Paul Kibble
  Great Britain 32.008 20
21 1 Oskars Gudramovičs
Pēteris Kalniņš
  Latvia 32.510 21

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Schedule
  2. ^ "Start list" (PDF). Archived from the original (PDF) on 2019-01-24. Retrieved 2019-01-24.
  3. ^ Qualification results
  4. ^ Final results