IGLS, Austria (AP) – Latvia’s Martins Dukurs finished its 10th World Championship men’s championship on Friday without doing anything. Austria’s Janine Flock had to work a little harder on the road to manage her second season-long title.
Flock was second in the women’s skeletal World Cup final, more than good enough to give her the crown. Flock also won the 2014-15 season.
Russia’s Elena Nikitina won the race, followed by Flock and Kimberley Bos in the Netherlands. Katie Uhlaender was 13th for the USA, with Kendall Wesenberg 15th and Sara Roderick 16th in her World Cup debut.
Dukurs did not even compete on Friday and was still sure of the season title as most of the other top candidates came with him and skipped the race to prepare for the world championships. They start next weekend in Altenberg, Germany.
Dukurs has won the World Cup title in 10 of the last 12 seasons.
Russia’s Alexander Tretiakov won the men’s race on Friday, followed by Britain’s Craig Thompson and Austria’s Samuel Maier. For the United States, Austin Florian was 14th and Austin McCrary 23rd.
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