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|Artificial Track News vom 01.06.12|
|Nine Viessmann Luge World Cup events in six countries|
44th FIL Luge World Championships in Whistler the season’s highlight
Berchtesgaden (pps) The 44th Luge World Championships of the International Luge Federation (FIL) in Whistler (Canada, February 1-2, 2013) are the absolute highlight of the upcoming season. Additionally, there are nine Viessmann Luge World Cup events in six countries. These are the benchmarks of the 2012-2013 Sports Calendar that was confirmed by the FIL Executive Committee. The Viessmann Luge World Cup in the FIL Team Relay Event, for the first time part of Olympic Winter Games programme in Sochi in 2014, comprises a total of six events (Innsbruck-Igls, Altenberg, Sigulda, Koenigssee, Lake Placid, Sochi).
Traditionally, the new luge season will kick off in Innsbruck-Igls with the Viessmann Luge World Cup on November 24-25, 2012. The World Cup events in Cesana (Italy, December 1-2, 2012), Altenberg (Germany, December 8-9, 2012) as well as in Sigulda (Latvia, December 15-16) will be carried out prior to the Christmas break.
The international luge elite will then meet again for the Viessmann Luge World Cup in Koenigssee on January 5-6, 2013. Oberhof (January 12-13, 2013) will be the venue of the sixth World Cup stop. The World Cup circuit then stops in Winterberg on January 19-20, 2013. After the 44th FIL Luge World Championships in Whistler, the World Cup series will be setting up shop in Lake Placid (USA) on February 8-9, 2013. The Viessmann Luge World Cup season then concludes with the Olympic test on the new luge track in Sochi (Russia, February 23-24, 2013).
Venue of the 28th FIL Luge Junior World Championships will be Park City (USA, January 15-16, 2013). The young luge talents will have the chance to compete in a further six Junior World Cup events: Lillehammer (NOR), Koenigssee (GER), Calgary (CAN), Oberhof (GER), Innsbruck-Igls (AUT) and Winterberg (GER). Oberhof is also host of the 34th FIL Luge Junior European Championships, Calgary will also be hosting the 2nd American-Pacific Junior Championships.
2012-2013 season: Sports Calender of the International Luge Federation, FIL
1st Viessmann Luge World Cup Innsbruck-Igls AUT November 24-25, 2012
2nd Viessmann Luge World Cup Cesana ITA December 1-2, 2012
3rd Viessmann Luge World Cup Altenberg GER December 8-9, 2012
4th Viessmann Luge World Cup Sigulda LAT December 15-16, 2012
5th Viessmann Luge World Cup Koenigssee GER January 5-6, 2013
7th Viessmann Luge World Cup Winterberg GER January 19-20, 2013
8th Viessmann Luge World Cup Lake Placid USA February 8-9, 2013
9th Viessmann Luge World Cup Sochi RUS February 23-24, 2013
44th FIL Luge World Championships Whistler CAN February 1-2, 2013
1st Junior Luge World Cup Lillehammer NOR December 7-8, 2012
2nd Junior Luge World Cup Koenigssee GER December 14-15, 2012
3rd Junior Luge World Cup Calgary CAN January 24-25, 2013
at the same time 2nd FIL American Pacific Championships
4th Junior Luge World Cup Oberhof GER February 1-2, 2013
at the same time 34th FIL Junior European Championships
5th Junior Luge World Cup Innsbruck-Igls AUT February 8-9, 2013
6th Junior Luge World Cup Winterberg GER February 15-16, 2013
28th FIL Luge Junior World Championships Park City USA Januar 15-16, 2013
34th FIL Luge Junior European Championships Oberhof GER February 1-2, 2013