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- Fischnaller wins luge opener in Lillehammer Updated: Nov-17-13 7:47 am
For one weekend, Germany was not the dominant sliding nation in the world. Neither was Canada, Italy, Russia nor any other country with a penchant for getting down ice-covered mountainside chutes with blazing speed.
WHISTLER, British Columbia - Germany's Natalie Geisenberger kept her unbeaten World Cup luge season going Saturday night, and Erin Hamlin of the U.S. wrapped up a trip to the Sochi Olympics with a fifth-place finish.
IGLS, Austria - Toni Eggert and Sascha Benecken edged fellow Germans Tobias Wendl and Tobias Arlt on Sunday to win a World Cup luge doubles race.
1. Felix Loch, Germany, 1:40.878 (50.495-50.383).
LILLEHAMMER, Norway - Italy's Dominik Fischnaller posted the fastest time in both runs Sunday to win the World Cup luge season-opener, his first victory on the circuit.