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The Bobsleigh World Cup is an annual bobsleigh competitions. It has taken place since the 1984 Winter Olympics. Below is a lists of season champions. Each table shows the country and driver only.

IBSF Bobsleigh World Cup
GenreBobsleigh
Frequencyannual
Inaugurated1985
Websitefibt.com
2018–2019 Bobsleigh World Cup

Combined men'sEdit

Debuted: 1985.

Season Winner Runner-up Third place
1984–85   West GermanyAnton Fischer
1985–86    SwitzerlandEkkehard Fasser   United StatesMatt Roy   Great BritainNick Phipps
1986–87   United StatesMatt Roy   East GermanyWolfgang Hoppe   West GermanyAnton Fischer
1987–88   AustriaIngo Appelt   Soviet UnionJānis Ķipurs   East GermanyVolker Dietrich
1988–89    SwitzerlandGustav Weder   East GermanyDetlef Richter    SwitzerlandNico Baracchi
1989–90   Soviet UnionMaris Poikans   CanadaChris Lori   East GermanyWolfgang Hoppe
  West GermanyChristian Schebitz
1990–91    SwitzerlandGustav Weder (2)   AustriaIngo Appelt   CanadaChris Lori
  GermanyWolfgang Hoppe
1991–92   GermanyWolfgang Hoppe    SwitzerlandGustav Weder   CanadaChris Lori
1992–93   United StatesBrian Shimer    SwitzerlandGustav Weder   ItalyGunther Huber
1993–94   CanadaPierre Lueders   AustriaHubert Schösser   Great BritainMark Tout
1994–95   CanadaPierre Lueders (2)    SwitzerlandReto Götschi   ItalyGunther Huber
1995–96   GermanyChristoph Langen   CanadaPierre Lueders   CanadaChris Lori
1996–97   ItalyGunther Huber   United StatesBrian Shimer   CanadaPierre Lueders
1997–98   CanadaPierre Lueders (3)   ItalyGunther Huber   LatviaSandis Prusis
1998–99   GermanyChristoph Langen (2)    SwitzerlandReto Götschi   CanadaPierre Lueders
1999–2000    SwitzerlandMarcel Rohner    SwitzerlandChristian Reich   CanadaPierre Lueders
2000–01   GermanyAndré Lange    SwitzerlandMartin Annen   LatviaSandis Prusis
2001–02    SwitzerlandMartin Annen    SwitzerlandChristian Reich   GermanyAndré Lange
2002–03   GermanyAndré Lange (2)   GermanyRené Spies    SwitzerlandMartin Annen
2003–04   GermanyAndré Lange (3)   CanadaPierre Lueders   United StatesTodd Hays
2004–05    SwitzerlandMartin Annen (2)   RussiaAlexandre Zoubkov   CanadaPierre Lueders
2005–06   CanadaPierre Lueders (4)   RussiaAlexandre Zoubkov   United StatesTodd Hays
2006–07   United StatesSteven Holcomb   CanadaPierre Lueders   GermanyAndré Lange
2007–08   GermanyAndré Lange (4)   RussiaAlexandre Zoubkov   United StatesSteven Holcomb
2008–09   RussiaAlexandre Zoubkov    SwitzerlandBeat Hefti   GermanyAndré Lange
2009–10   United StatesSteven Holcomb (2)    SwitzerlandIvo Rüegg   GermanyThomas Florschütz
2010–11   GermanyManuel Machata   RussiaAlexandr Zubkov   United StatesSteven Holcomb
2011–12   GermanyMaximilian Arndt   RussiaAlexandr Zubkov   GermanyManuel Machata
2012–13   LatviaOskars Melbārdis   RussiaAlexandr Zubkov   GermanyManuel Machata
2013–14   United StatesSteven Holcomb (3)   RussiaAlexandr Zubkov    SwitzerlandBeat Hefti
2014–15   LatviaOskars Melbārdis (2)   GermanyNico Walther   RussiaAlexander Kasjanov
2015–16   GermanyNico Walther   GermanyMaximilian Arndt    SwitzerlandRico Peter
2016–17   GermanyFrancesco Friedrich   RussiaAlexander Kasjanov   United StatesSteven Holcomb
2017–18   CanadaJustin Kripps   GermanyFrancesco Friedrich   GermanyJohannes Lochner

Medal tableEdit

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  Germany (GER)1261230
2   Switzerland (SUI)69419
3  Canada (CAN)54716
4  United States (USA)52512
5  Latvia (LAT)2024
6  Russia (RUS)1719
7  Austria (AUT)1203
8  Italy (ITA)1124
9  Soviet Union (URS)1102
10  Great Britain (GBR)0022
Totals (10 nations)343235101

Two-manEdit

Unofficial event: 1985–1990. Debuted: 1991.

Season Winner Runner-up Third place
1983–84   East GermanyWolfgang Hoppe
1984–85   West GermanyAnton Fischer
1985–86   Soviet UnionMaris Poikans   Soviet UnionVyacheslav Savlev    SwitzerlandEkkehard Fasser
1986–87   West GermanyAnton Fischer (2)   United StatesMatt Roy   East GermanyWolfgang Hoppe
1987–88   Soviet UnionJānis Ķipurs   East GermanyVolker Dietrich   Soviet UnionZintis Ekmanis
1988–89    SwitzerlandGustav Weder   East GermanyDetlef Richter    SwitzerlandNico Baracchi
1989–90   West GermanyChristian Schebitz   CanadaGreg Haydenluck   Soviet UnionMaris Poikans
1990–91   GermanyWolfgang Hoppe (2)    SwitzerlandGustav Weder   CanadaChris Lori
1991–92   ItalyGunther Huber    SwitzerlandGustav Weder   GermanyRudi Lochner
1992–93   ItalyGunther Huber (2)    SwitzerlandGustav Weder   United StatesBrian Shimer
1993–94   CanadaPierre Lueders   GermanyChristoph Langen   ItalyGunther Huber
1994–95   CanadaPierre Lueders (2)    SwitzerlandReto Götschi   ItalyGunther Huber
1995–96   GermanyChristoph Langen   CanadaPierre Lueders   GermanySepp Dostthaler
1996–97   CanadaPierre Lueders (3)   ItalyGunther Huber   United StatesBrian Shimer
1997–98   CanadaPierre Lueders (4)   ItalyGunther Huber   LatviaSandis Prusis
1998–99   GermanyChristoph Langen (2)    SwitzerlandReto Götschi   CanadaPierre Lueders
1999–2000    SwitzerlandChristian Reich    SwitzerlandReto Götschi    SwitzerlandMarcel Rohner
2000–01    SwitzerlandMartin Annen   GermanyRené Spies   GermanyAndré Lange
2001–02    SwitzerlandMartin Annen (2)   CanadaPierre Lueders    SwitzerlandChristian Reich
2002–03   CanadaPierre Lueders (5)   GermanyRené Spies   GermanyAndré Lange
2003–04   GermanyChristoph Langen (3)   CanadaPierre Lueders   GermanyAndré Lange
2004–05    SwitzerlandMartin Annen (3)   CanadaPierre Lueders   RussiaAlexandr Zubkov
2005–06   CanadaPierre Lueders (6)   RussiaAlexandr Zubkov   United StatesTodd Hays
2006–07   United StatesSteven Holcomb   CanadaPierre Lueders   GermanyAndré Lange
2007–08   GermanyAndré Lange    SwitzerlandIvo Rüegg   RussiaAlexandr Zubkov
2008–09    SwitzerlandBeat Hefti   GermanyAndré Lange   GermanyThomas Florschuetz
2009–10    SwitzerlandIvo Rüegg   GermanyThomas Florschütz   GermanyKarl Angerer
2010–11   RussiaAlexandr Zubkov   GermanyManuel Machata   ItalySimone Bertazzo
2011–12    SwitzerlandBeat Hefti (2)   GermanyMaximilian Arndt   RussiaAlexandr Zubkov
2012–13   CanadaLyndon Rush   LatviaOskars Melbārdis   GermanyManuel Machata
2013–14   United StatesSteven Holcomb (2)    SwitzerlandBeat Hefti   GermanyFrancesco Friedrich
2014–15   LatviaOskars Melbārdis    SwitzerlandBeat Hefti    SwitzerlandRico Peter
2015–16   South KoreaWon Yun-jong   GermanyNico Walther   LatviaUģis Žaļims
2016–17   GermanyFrancesco Friedrich   United StatesSteven Holcomb   South KoreaWon Yun-jong
2017–18   CanadaJustin Kripps   GermanyFrancesco Friedrich   CanadaChristopher Spring

Medal tableEdit

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  Germany (GER)10111132
2   Switzerland (SUI)89522
3  Canada (CAN)86317
4  Italy (ITA)2237
  United States (USA)2237
6  Soviet Union (URS)2125
7  Russia (RUS)1135
8  Latvia (LAT)1124
9  South Korea (KOR)1012
Totals (9 nations)353333101

Four-manEdit

Unofficial event: 1985–1990. Debuted: 1991.

Season Winner Runner-up Third place
1983–84   East GermanyWolfgang Hoppe
1984–85   United StatesJeffrey Jost
1985–86    SwitzerlandEkkehard Fasser   AustriaWalter Delle Karth   United StatesMatt Roy
1986–87   United StatesMatt Roy   East GermanyWolfgang Hoppe   AustriaPeter Kienast
1987–88   AustriaIngo Appelt none awarded   East GermanyVolker Dietrich
  AustriaPeter Kienast
1988–89   AustriaIngo Appelt (2)    SwitzerlandGustav Weder   AustriaPeter Kienast (2)
1989–90   CanadaChris Lori   Soviet UnionMaris Poikans   East GermanyDietmar Falkenberg
1990–91    SwitzerlandGustav Weder   AustriaIngo Appelt   CanadaChris Lori
1991–92   GermanyWolfgang Hoppe (2)    SwitzerlandGustav Weder (2)   Great BritainMark Tout
1992–93   United StatesBrian Shimer   CanadaChris Lori   GermanyWolfgang Hoppe
1993–94   AustriaHubert Schösser   GermanyDirk Wiese   Great BritainMark Tout (2)
1994–95   CanadaPierre Lueders   Great BritainMark Tout   GermanyDirk Wiese
1995–96   GermanyWolfgang Hoppe (3)   GermanyChristoph Langen   CanadaChris Lori (2)
1996–97    SwitzerlandMarcel Rohner   GermanyWolfgang Hoppe (2)   ItalyGunther Huber
1997–98   GermanyHarald Czudaj    SwitzerlandMarcel Rohner   AustriaHubert Schösser
1998–99   GermanyChristoph Langen    SwitzerlandMarcel Rohner (2)   GermanyAndré Lange
1999–2000    SwitzerlandMarcel Rohner (2)   LatviaSandis Prusis   CanadaPierre Lueders
2000–01   GermanyAndré Lange   LatviaSandis Prusis   GermanyMatthias Benesch
2001–02    SwitzerlandMartin Annen   GermanyAndré Lange    SwitzerlandChristian Reich
2002–03   GermanyAndré Lange (2)   LatviaSandis Prusis (3)    SwitzerlandRalph Rüegg
2003–04   GermanyAndré Lange (3)   RussiaAlexandr Zubkov   United StatesTodd Hays
2004–05   RussiaAlexandr Zubkov    SwitzerlandMartin Annen   CanadaPierre Lueders
2005–06   RussiaAlexandr Zubkov (2)   CanadaPierre Lueders    SwitzerlandMartin Annen
2006–07   RussiaYevgeni Popov   United StatesSteven Holcomb    SwitzerlandMartin Annen (2)
2007–08   GermanyAndré Lange (4)   RussiaAlexandr Zubkov (2)   LatviaJanis Minins
2008–09   RussiaAlexandr Zubkov (3)   LatviaJanis Minins   GermanyAndré Lange
2009–10   United StatesSteve Holcomb   LatviaJanis Minins (2)   GermanyAndré Lange (3)
2010–11   GermanyManuel Machata   United StatesSteven Holcomb   RussiaAlexandr Zubkov
2011–12   RussiaAlexandr Zubkov (4)   GermanyMaximilian Arndt   GermanyManuel Machata
2012–13   RussiaAlexandr Zubkov (5)   LatviaOskars Melbārdis   GermanyManuel Machata (2)
2013–14   GermanyMaximilian Arndt   United StatesSteven Holcomb (3)   GermanyThomas Florschuetz
2014–15   LatviaOskars Melbārdis   RussiaAlexander Kasjanov   GermanyMaximilian Arndt
2015–16   GermanyMaximilian Arndt (2)   GermanyFrancesco Friedrich    SwitzerlandRico Peter
2016–17   RussiaAlexander Kasjanov    SwitzerlandRico Peter   United StatesSteven Holcomb
2017–18   GermanyJohannes Lochner   GermanyFrancesco Friedrich   GermanyNico Walther

Medal tableEdit

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  Germany (GER)1381334
2  Russia (RUS)73111
3   Switzerland (SUI)56516
4  United States (USA)43310
5  Austria (AUT)4239
6  Canada (CAN)2248
7  Latvia (LAT)1618
8  Great Britain (GBR)0123
9  Soviet Union (URS)0101
10  Italy (ITA)0011
Totals (10 nations)363233101

Two-womanEdit

Debuted: 1994.

Season Winner Runner-up Third place
1993–94    SwitzerlandBarbara Muriset
1994–95    SwitzerlandClaudia Bühlmann
1995–96    SwitzerlandFrançoise Burdet
1996–97    SwitzerlandFrançoise Burdet (2)
1997–98    SwitzerlandFrançoise Burdet (3)
1998–99    SwitzerlandFrançoise Burdet (4)   United StatesJean Racine   Great BritainMichelle Coy
1999–2000   United StatesJean Racine   United StatesJill Bakken    SwitzerlandFrançoise Burdet
2000–01   United StatesJean Racine (2)   GermanySandra Prokoff   United StatesBonny Warner
2001–02   GermanySusi Erdmann   GermanySandra Prokoff   United StatesJean Racine
2002–03   GermanySusi Erdmann (2)   GermanySandra Prokoff (3)   ItalyGerda Weissensteiner
2003–04   GermanySandra Prokoff   United StatesJean Racine (2)   GermanySusi Erdmann
  ItalyGerda Weissensteiner (2)
2004–05   GermanySandra Prokoff-Kiriasis (2)   GermanyCathleen Martini   GermanySusi Erdmann (2)
2005–06   GermanySandra Kiriasis (3)   CanadaHelen Upperton   United StatesShauna Rohbock
2006–07   GermanySandra Kiriasis (4)   United StatesShauna Rohbock   GermanyCathleen Martini (3)
2007–08   GermanySandra Kiriasis (5)   GermanyCathleen Martini   CanadaHelen Upperton
2008–09   GermanySandra Kiriasis (6)   GermanyCathleen Martini   United KingdomNicole Minichiello
2009–10   GermanySandra Kiriasis (7)   CanadaKaillie Humphries   GermanyCathleen Martini
2010–11   GermanySandra Kiriasis (8)   GermanyCathleen Martini (4)   CanadaKaillie Humphries
2011–12   GermanyCathleen Martini   GermanyAnja Schneiderheinze   GermanySandra Kiriasis
2012–13   CanadaKaillie Humphries   GermanySandra Kiriasis   GermanyCathleen Martini
2013–14   CanadaKaillie Humphries (2)   United StatesElana Meyers   United StatesJamie Greubel
2014–15   United StatesElana Meyers   CanadaKaillie Humphries   United StatesJazmine Fenlator
2015–16   CanadaKaillie Humphries (3)   United StatesJamie Greubel Poser   AustriaChristina Hengster
2016–17   United StatesJamie Greubel Poser   CanadaKaillie Humphries (3)   United StatesElana Meyers Taylor
2017–18   CanadaKaillie Humphries (4)   United StatesElana Meyers Taylor   GermanyMariama Jamanka

Medal tableEdit

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  Germany (GER)119727
2   Switzerland (SUI)6017
3  United States (USA)47617
4  Canada (CAN)44210
5  Great Britain (GBR)0022
  Italy (ITA)0022
7  Austria (AUT)0011
Totals (7 nations)25202166

All-time medal countEdit

ReferencesEdit

External linksEdit