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2008–09 Bobsleigh World Cup Winner Combined men's Alexandre Zoubkov Two-man Beat Hefti Four-man Alexandre Zoubkov Two-woman Sandra Kiriasis Competitions Venues 8 <<< 2007/08 2009/10 >>> The 2008–09 Bobsleigh World Cup is a multi race tournament over a season for bobsleigh. The season starts on November 24, 2008 in Winterberg and ends on February 14, 2009 in Park City, Utah. The World Cup is organised by the FIBT who also run world cups and championships in skeleton. Contents 1 Calendar [1] 2 Schedule update 3 Results 3.1 Two-man 3.2 Four-man 3.3 Two-woman 4 Standings 4.1 Two-man 4.2 Four-man 4.3 Two-woman 5 References 6 External links // Calendar [1] Venue Date Details Winterberg 24–30 November 2008 Altenberg 1–7 December 2008 Igls 8–14 December 2008 Cesana Pariol 15–21 December 2008 Cancelled to excessive snowfall (2.5 meters)[2] Königssee[3] 5–11 January 2009 Sankt Moritz 11–18 January 2009 European Championship Whistler 1–7 February 2009 Park City 8–14 February 2009 Lake Placid 16 February-1 March 2009 FIBT World Championships 2009 Schedule update On the November 14, 2008 FIBT website, it was announced that the competition at the bobsleigh track in Cortina d'Ampezzo was cancelled to technical issues and the competition for January 5–11, 2009 was moved to the Königssee track in Germany. Results Two-man Event: Gold: Time Silver: Time Bronze: Time Winterberg Beat Hefti Thomas Lamparter  Switzerland 1:51.79 (55.86/55.93) André Lange Kevin Kuske  Germany 1:51.96 (55.98/55.98) Thomas Florschuetz Marc Kühne  Germany 1:52.09 (56.08/56.01) Altenberg André Lange Kevin Kuske  Germany 1:52.60 (55.80/56.80) Steven Holcomb Justin Olsen  United States 1:52.85 (55.95/56.90) Beat Hefti Thomas Lamparter  Switzerland 1:53.11 (55.86/57.25) Igls Thomas Florschuetz Marc Kühne  Germany 1:39.21 (49.56/49.65) Beat Hefti Thomas Lamparter  Switzerland 1:44.70 (52.24/52.46) Steven Holcomb Justin Olsen  United States 1:44.75 (52.37/52.38) Königssee Thomas Florschuetz Marc Kühne  Germany 1:44.62 (52.20/52.42) Ivo Rüegg Cedric Grand  Switzerland 1:39.27 (49.54/49.73) Alexandre Zoubkov Dmitry Trunenkov Alexey Voevoda  Russia Karl Angerer Alex Mann  Germany 1:39.31 (49.58/49.73) 1:39.31 (49.73/49.58) St. Moritz[4] Pierre Lueders David Bissett  Canada 2:14.34 (1:07.55/1:06.79) Ivo Rüegg Roman Handschin  Switzerland 2:14.64 (1:07.78/1:06.86) Beat Hefti Thomas Lamparter  Switzerland 2:15.08 (1:08.03/1:07.05) St. Moritz Pierre Lueders David Bissett  Canada 2:12.08 (1:06.21/1:05.87) André Lange Martin Putze  Germany 2:12.10 (1:06.23/1:05.87) Beat Hefti Thomas Lamparter  Switzerland 2:12.23 (1:06.36/1:05.87) Whistler Thomas Florschuetz Marc Kühne  Germany 1:43.95 (51.99/51.96) Beat Hefti Thomas Lamparter  Switzerland 1:44.03 (52.08/51.95) Pierre Lueders David Bissett  Canada 1:44.14 (51.98/52.16) Park City Alexandre Zoubkov Alexey Voevoda  Russia 1:36.51 (48.26/48.25) Thomas Florschuetz Marc Kühne  Germany 1:36.68 (48.44/48.24) Beat Hefti Thomas Lamparter  Switzerland 1:36.69 (48.30/48.39) Lake Placid FIBT World Championships 2009 Four-man Event: Gold: Time Silver: Time Bronze: Time Winterberg André Lange Alexander Rödiger Kevin Kuske Martin Putze  Germany 1:49.30 (54.76/54.54) Alexandr Zubkov Roman Oreshnikov Dmitry Trunenkov Dmitriy Stepushkin  Russia 1:49.63 (54.85/54.78) Steven Holcomb Justin Olsen Steve Mesler Curtis Tomasevicz  United States 1:49.82 (54.99/54.83) Altenberg Karl Angerer Andreas Udvari Matej Juhart Gregor Bermbach  Germany 56.58 André Lange Alexander Rödiger Kevin Kuske Martin Putze  Germany Alexandr Zubkov Roman Oreshnikov Dmitry Trunenkov Dmitriy Stepushkin  Russia 56.77 Igls Alexandr Zubkov Roman Oreshnikov Dmitry Trunenkov Dmitriy Stepushkin  Russia 1:42.34 (51.15/51.19) Steven Holcomb Justin Olsen Steve Mesler Curtis Tomasevicz  United States 1:42.48 (51.25/51.23) Dmitry Abramovitch Philippe Egorov Andrey Jurkov Petr Moiseev  Russia 1:42.54 (51.27/51.27) Königssee Karl Angerer Andreas Udvari Alex Mann Gregor Bermbach  Germany 1:37.84 (48.96/48.88) Edwin van Calker Arnold van Calker Arno Klaassen Sybren Jansma  Netherlands 1:37.93 (48.91/49.02) André Lange René Hoppe Alexander Rödiger Martin Putze  Germany Janis Minins Daumants Dreiškens Oskars Melbardis Intars Dambis  Latvia 1:37.94 (48.78/49.16) (48.83/49.11) St. Moritz Alexandr Zubkov Roman Oreshnikov Dmitry Trunenkov Dmitriy Stepushkin  Russia 2:10.48 (1:05.20/1:05.28) Thomas Florschütz Marc Kühne Andreas Barucha Alex Metzger  Germany 2:10.79 (1:05.61/1:05.18) Karl Angerer Andreas Udvari Thomas Pöge Gregor Bermbach  Germany 2:10.81 (1:05.53/1:05.28) Whistler Janis Minins Daumants Dreiškens Oskars Melbardis Intars Dambis  Latvia 1:42.17 (50.97/51.20) Steven Holcomb Justin Olsen Steve Mesler Curtis Tomasevicz  United States 1:42.23 (50.99/51.24) Alexandr Zubkov Philippe Egorov Petr Moiseev Alexey Andryunin  Russia 1:42.67 (51.18/51.49) Park City Steven Holcomb Justin Olsen Steve Mesler Curtis Tomasevicz  United States 1:34.34 (47.03/47.31) Janis Minins Daumants Dreiškens Oskars Melbardis Intars Dambis  Latvia 1:34.57 (47.28/47.29) Alexandr Zubkov Roman Oreshnikov Dmitry Trunenkov Dmitriy Stepushkin  Russia 1:34.68 (47.26/47.42) Park City Steven Holcomb Justin Olsen Steve Mesler Curtis Tomasevicz  United States 1:34.80 (47.60/47.20) Janis Minins Daumants Dreiškens Oskars Melbardis Intars Dambis  Latvia 1:35.35 (47.89/47.46) Alexandr Zubkov Roman Oreshnikov Dmitry Trunenkov Dmitriy Stepushkin  Russia 1:35.57 (48.04/47.53) Lake Placid FIBT World Championships 2009 Two-woman Event: Gold: Time Silver: Time Bronze: Time Winterberg Helen Upperton Jennifer Ciochetti  Canada 1:55.86 (58.04/57.82) Sandra Kiriasis Romy Logsch  Germany 1:56.11 (58.33/57.78) Cathleen Martini Janine Tischer  Germany 1:56.39 (58.31/58.08) Altenberg Sandra Kiriasis Berit Wiacker  Germany 1:55.71 (58.05/57.66) Cathleen Martini Janine Tischer  Germany 1:55.73 (57.79/57.94) Shauna Rohbock Elana Meyers  United States 1:56.12 (57.93/58.19) Igls Helen Upperton Heather Moyse  Canada 1:49.07 (54.61/54.46) Shauna Rohbock Valerie Fleming  United States 1:49.21 (54.69/54.52) Sandra Kiriasis Romy Logsch  Germany 1:49.23 (54.68/54.55) Königssee Shauna Rohbock Valerie Fleming  United States 1:41.91 (50.78/51.13) Nicole Minichiello Gillian Cooke  United Kingdom Sandra Kiriasis Romy Logsch  Germany 1:42.05 (50.87/51.18) 1:42.05 (51.02/51.03) St. Moritz[4] Sandra Kiriasis Berit Wiacker  Germany 2:17.34 (1:08.75/1:08.59) Cathleen Martini Janine Tischer  Germany 2:17.36 (1:08.85/1:08.51) Nicole Minichiello Jackie Gunn  United Kingdom 2:17.70 (1:08.75/1:08.95) St. Moritz Sandra Kiriasis Berit Wiacker  Germany 2:17.40 (1:09.20/1:08.20) Cathleen Martini Janine Tischer  Germany 2:18.36 (1:09.73/1:08.63) Nicole Minichiello Gillian Cooke  United Kingdom 2:18.75 (1:09.68/1:09.07) Whistler Shauna Rohbock Elana Meyers  United States 1:47.10 (53.57/53.53) Kaillie Humphries Heather Moyse  Canada 1:47.28 (53.62/53.66) Erin Pac Michelle Rzepka  United States 1:47.40 (53.70/53.70) Park City Cathleen Martini Janine Tischer  Germany 1:38.66 (49.28/49.38) Kaillie Humphries Shelley-Ann Brown  Canada 1:38.84 (49.30/49.54) Sandra Kiriasis Patricia Polifka  Germany 1:39.34 (49.67/49.67) Lake Placid FIBT World Championships 2009 Standings Two-man Pos. Bobsledder WIN ALT IGL KON SMO 1[4] SMO 2 WHI PAR Points 1. Beat Hefti 1 3 2 11 3 3 2 3 1581 2. André Lange 2 1 4 7 11 2 5 6 1501 3. Thomas Florschuetz 3 1 1 6 4 1 2 1453 4. Ivo Rüegg 16 5 8 2 2 8 5 4 1396 5. Alexandre Zoubkov 10 8 7 3 13 11 7 1 1321 6. Simone Bertazzo 8 15 9 10 5 10 14 8 1160 7. Wolfgang Stampfer 19 10 10 14 7 5 13 10 1090 8. Pierre Lueders 5 18 dsq 1 1 3 7 1082 9 Daniel Schmid 11 7 10 9 15 12 12 22 1016 10. Todd Hays 8 9 6 5 13 13 16 1008 11. Lyndon Rush 14 14 12 13 16 18 4 13 960 12. Jānis Miņins 22 19 19 12 4 7 9 21 906 13. Patrice Servelle 15 11 16 8 18 15 20 12 876 14. Steven Holcomb 12 2 3 8 9 850 15. Karl Angerer 13 3 12 6 18 11 840 16. Edgars Maskalāns 17 12 17 18 10 14 15 16 840 17. Edwin Van Calker 6 23 20 6 19 17 18 15 816 18. Jürgen Loacker 17 17 13 9 9 17 16 784 19. Ivo Danilevič 21 18 dsq 15 8 22 21 14 636 20. Lee Johnston 13 20 21 16 20 20 22 25 578 Four-man Pos. Bobsledder WIN ALT IGL KON SMO WHI PAR 1 PAR 2 Points 1. Alexandre Zoubkov 2 2 1 6 1 3 3 3 1646 2. Jānis Miņins 6 4 4 3 10 1 2 2 1549 3. André Lange 1 2 7 3 9 7 12 1251 4. Steven Holcomb 3 7 2 2 1 1 1238 5. Wolfgang Stampfer 8 12 9 5 4 7 9 17 1224 6. Ivo Rüegg 14 6 13 15 7 8 5 4 1216 7. Beat Hefti 12 22 11 10 6 6 4 6 1184 8. Karl Angerer 1 1 3 9 6 11 1114 9. Edwin Van Calker 5 16 5 2 13 10 9 1098 10. Pierre Lueders 11 17 8 8 4 12 7 1032 11. Edgars Maskalāns 14 5 15 11 12 21 11 10 1006 12. Thomas Florschuetz 9 6 13 2 11 15 19 972 13. Todd Hays 13 19 9 9 5 5 866 14. Lee Johnston 10 19 11 14 15 12 16 794 15. Lyndon Rush 22 15 14 18 23 14 14 13 746 16. Dmitry Abramovitch 3 7 8 8 688 17. Ivo Danilevič 21 18 22 12 22 13 20 15 674 18. Daniel Schmid 17 13 16 19 11 16 21 672 19. Patrice Servelle 20 11 20 17 18 15 21 24 651 20. Simone Bertazzo 18 14 24 21 19 18 19 18 607 Two-woman Pos. Bobsledder WIN ALT IGL KON SMO 1[4] SMO 2 WHI PAR Points 1. Sandra Kiriasis 2 1 3 2 1 1 5 3 1679 2. Cathleen Martini 3 2 5 4 2 2 7 1 1599 3. Nicole Minichiello 9 7 6 2 3 3 9 6 1434 4. Shauna Rohbock 7 3 2 1 6 6 1 1380 5. Claudia Schramm 5 5 9 7 4 7 10 7 1360 6. Helen Upperton 1 4 1 9 10 5 4 1314 7. Kaillie Humphries 6 8 7 5 5 dnf 2 2 1292 8. Sabrina Hafner 10 6 8 8 7 8 12 4 1288 9. Erin Pac 4 10 4 6 9 4 3 1248 10. Esme Kamphuis 13 11 10 10 11 9 8 8 1152 11. Fabienne Meyer 15 13 11 11 8 10 14 14 1024 12. Victoria Tokovaia 11 11 14 13 12 15 13 10 1000 13. Jessica Gillarduzzi 12 16 14 15 12 15 12 800 14. Isabel Baumann 14 15 12 14 11 16 688 15. Manami Hino 19 dns 18 15 16 13 18 15 658 16. Lisa Szabon 8 9 13 17 13 dsq 640 17. Anastasia Skulkina 17 15 16 17 17 464 18. Francesca Iossi 16 17 18 19 14 450 19. Carmen Radenovici 21 19 20 18 16 380 20. Christina Hengster 20 14 12 20 376 References ^ World Cup Bobsleigh ^ World Cup Races in Cesana Canceled Because of Snow at the Fédération Internationale de Bobsleigh et de Tobogganing ^ Cortina World Cup Cancelled, races Moved to Koenigssee at the Fédération Internationale de Bobsleigh et de Tobogganing ^ a b c d This race is added as substitute for the cancelled race in Cesana in December External links FIBT v • d • e Bobsleigh World Cup seasons 2006/07 · 2007/08  · 2008/09  · 2009/10  · 2010/11 v • d • e 2008–09 Winter Sports World Cup Seasons Alpine Skiing • Biathlon • Bobsleigh • Cross-Country Skiing • Curling • Figure Skating • Freestyle Skiing • Luge Nordic Combined • Short Track • Skeleton • Ski Jumping • Snowboarding • Speed Skating