2019 FIL World Luge Championships – Women's sprint

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

Women's sprint
at the 2019 FIL World Luge Championships
VenueWinterberg bobsleigh, luge, and skeleton track
LocationWinterberg, Germany
Dates25 January
Competitors37 from 17 nations
Winning time38.628
Medalists
gold medal    Germany
silver medal    Germany
bronze medal    Germany
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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 10:10[3] and the final at 14:36.[4]

Rank Bib Name Country Qualification Final
Time Rank Time Diff
  15 Natalie Geisenberger   Germany 38.498 2 38.628
  14 Julia Taubitz   Germany 38.416 1 38.635 +0.007
  11 Dajana Eitberger   Germany 38.533 4 38.668 +0.040
4 7 Emily Sweeney   United States 38.529 3 38.747 +0.119
5 9 Tatjana Hüfner   Germany 38.806 14 38.794 +0.166
6 6 Ekaterina Baturina   Russia 38.653 8 38.801 +0.173
7 12 Tatiana Ivanova   Russia 38.534 5 38.819 +0.191
8 13 Summer Britcher   United States 38.650 7 38.896 +0.268
9 8 Elīza Cauce   Latvia 38.856 15 39.050 +0.422
10 2 Ulla Zirne   Latvia 38.782 12 39.065 +0.437
11 4 Kendija Aparjode   Latvia 38.754 11 39.237 +0.609
12 10 Andrea Vötter   Italy 38.673 9 39.250 +0.622
13 3 Madeleine Egle   Austria 38.795 13 39.253 +0.625
14 24 Hannah Prock   Austria 38.702 10 39.562 +0.934
15 16 Sandra Robatscher   Italy 38.558 6 DSQ
16 19 Viktoriia Demchenko   Russia 38.885 16
17 27 Lisa Schulte   Austria 38.904 17
18 18 Kimberley McRae   Canada 38.920 18
19 1 Birgit Platzer   Austria 38.934 19
20 17 Raluca Strămăturaru   Romania 38.969 20
21 23 Verónica María Ravenna   Argentina 39.099 21
20 Natalie Maag    Switzerland
23 5 Ekaterina Katnikova   Russia 39.111 23
24 22 Aileen Frisch   South Korea 39.181 24
25 37 Trinity Ellis   Canada 39.224 25
26 30 Katarína Šimoňáková   Slovakia 39.342 26
27 28 Klaudia Domaradzka   Poland 39.387 27
28 29 Ewa Kuls-Kusyk   Poland 39.401 28
29 26 Natalia Wojtuściszyn   Poland 39.435 29
30 21 Olena Stetskiv   Ukraine 39.582 30
31 31 Mihaela-Carmen Manolescu   Romania 39.862 31
32 36 Danielle Scott   Great Britain 40.028 32
33 32 Daria Obratov   Netherlands 40.182 33
34 35 Elsa Desmond   Great Britain 40.228 34
35 34 Lin Sin-rong   Chinese Taipei 40.238 35
36 33 Dania Obratov   Netherlands 40.586 36
37 25 Jung Hye-sun   South Korea 41.048 37

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