The Skeleton World Cup season is a yearly competition first organized by the International Bobsleigh and Skeleton Federation since 1986–87. The women's version of this event debuted in 1996–97.

Overall results

Men

Debuted: 1986–87

Season Winner Runner-up Third place
1986/87 Austria Andi Schmid  Switzerland  Alain Wicki Austria Christian Auer
1987/88 Austria Andi Schmid (2)  Switzerland  Alain Wicki Austria Christian Auer
1988/89  Switzerland  Alain Wicki Austria Christian Auer Austria Andi Schmid
1989/90 Austria Christian Auer  Switzerland  Urs Vercoli Austria Franz Plangger
1990/91 Austria Christian Auer Austria Michael Grünberger Austria Andi Schmid
1991/92 Austria Christian Auer  Switzerland  Gregor Stähli Austria Martin Thaler
1992/93 Austria Franz Plangger Austria Christian Auer  Switzerland  Gregor Stähli
1993/94 Austria Christian Auer Austria Andi Schmid Austria Franz Plangger
1994/95 Austria Christian Auer (5) Austria Franz Plangger Austria Alexander Müller
1995/96 Canada Ryan Davenport Austria Michael Grünberger Austria Christian Auer
1996/97 Austria Alexander Müller Canada Ryan Davenport Germany Willi Schneider
1997/98 Germany Willi Schneider Japan Kazuhiro Koshi Germany Andy Böhme
1998/99 Germany Andy Böhme Canada Ryan Davenport United States Jim Shea
1999/2000 Germany Andy Böhme (2) United States Chris Soule United Kingdom Kristan Bromley
2000/01 United States Lincoln DeWitt Japan Kazuhiro Koshi United States Jim Shea
2001/02  Switzerland  Gregor Stähli United States Chris Soule Austria Martin Rettl
2002/03 United States Chris Soule Canada Jeff Pain Japan Kazuhiro Koshi
2003/04 United Kingdom Kristan Bromley Canada Duff Gibson Germany Frank Kleber
2004/05 Canada Jeff Pain United States Chris Soule Canada Duff Gibson
2005/06 Canada Jeff Pain (2)  Switzerland  Gregor Stähli United States Eric Bernotas
2006/07 United States Zach Lund United States Eric Bernotas Russia Aleksandr Tretyakov
2007/08 United Kingdom Kristan Bromley (2) Canada Jon Montgomery United States Zach Lund
2008/09 Russia Aleksandr Tretyakov Germany Florian Grassl Germany Frank Rommel
2009/10 Latvia Martins Dukurs Germany Frank Rommel Germany Sandro Stielicke
2010/11 Latvia Martins Dukurs Germany Sandro Stielicke Germany Frank Rommel
2011/12 Latvia Martins Dukurs Germany Frank Rommel Latvia Tomass Dukurs
2012/13 Latvia Martins Dukurs Latvia Tomass Dukurs Germany Alexander Kröckel
2013/14 Latvia Martins Dukurs Latvia Tomass Dukurs United States Matthew Antoine
2014/15 Latvia Martins Dukurs Latvia Tomass Dukurs Germany Axel Jungk
2015/16 Latvia Martins Dukurs South Korea Yun Sung-bin Latvia Tomass Dukurs
2016/17 Latvia Martins Dukurs South Korea Yun Sung-bin Russia Aleksandr Tretyakov
2017/18 South Korea Yun Sung-bin Germany Axel Jungk Latvia Tomass Dukurs
2018/19 Russia Aleksandr Tretyakov (2) South Korea Yun Sung-bin Latvia Martins Dukurs
2019/20 Latvia Martins Dukurs Russia Aleksandr Tretyakov South Korea Yun Sung-bin
2020/21 Latvia Martins Dukurs Germany Alexander Gassner Latvia Tomass Dukurs
2021/22 Latvia Martins Dukurs (11) Germany Axel Jungk Germany Christopher Grotheer
2022/23 Germany Christopher Grotheer United Kingdom Matt Weston United Kingdom Marcus Wyat
2023/24 United Kingdom Matt Weston Germany Christopher Grotheer China Yin Zheng
RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 Latvia113519
2 Austria961025
3 Germany48921
4 Canada3519
5 United States34512
6 Great Britain3126
7  Switzerland2518
8 Russia2125
9 South Korea1315
10 Japan0213
11 China0011
Totals (11 entries)383838114

Women

Debuted: 1996–97

Season Winner Runner-up Third place
1996/97 Germany Steffi Hanzlik Canada Michelle Kelly  Switzerland  Maya Bieri
1997/98  Switzerland  Maya Bieri Germany Steffi Hanzlik Canada Susan Speiran
1998/99 Germany Steffi Hanzlik (2)  Switzerland  Ursi Walliser  Switzerland  Maya Bieri
1999/2000 United Kingdom Alex Coomber  Switzerland  Maya Bieri Canada Michelle Kelly
2000/01 United Kingdom Alex Coomber Germany Steffi Hanzlik  Switzerland  Maya Bieri
2001/02 United Kingdom Alex Coomber (3)  Switzerland  Maya Bieri Canada Lindsay Alcock
2002/03 Canada Michelle Kelly Canada Lindsay Alcock United States Tristan Gale
2003/04 Canada Lindsay Alcock Germany Diana Sartor Canada Michelle Kelly
2004/05 United States Noelle Pikus-Pace  Switzerland  Maya Bieri Germany Kerstin Jürgens
2005/06 Canada Mellisa Hollingsworth  Switzerland  Maya Bieri Germany Diana Sartor
2006/07 United States Katie Uhlaender United States Noelle Pikus-Pace Canada Michelle Kelly
2007/08 United States Katie Uhlaender (2) Canada Michelle Kelly Canada Mellisa Hollingsworth
2008/09 Germany Marion Thees United Kingdom Shelley Rudman United States Katie Uhlaender
2009/10 Canada Mellisa Hollingsworth (2) United Kingdom Shelley Rudman Germany Kerstin Szymkowiak
2010/11 Germany Anja Huber United Kingdom Shelley Rudman Canada Mellisa Hollingsworth
2011/12 United Kingdom Shelley Rudman Germany Marion Thees Germany Anja Huber
2012/13 Germany Marion Thees (2) Germany Anja Huber United States Katie Uhlaender
2013/14 United Kingdom Elizabeth Yarnold United States Noelle Pikus-Pace United Kingdom Shelley Rudman
2014/15 Austria Janine Flock United Kingdom Elizabeth Yarnold Germany Tina Hermann
2015/16 Germany Tina Hermann Germany Jacqueline Lölling Canada Jane Channell
2016/17 Germany Jacqueline Lölling Germany Tina Hermann Canada Mirela Rahneva
2017/18 Germany Jacqueline Lölling Germany Tina Hermann Canada Elisabeth Vathje
2018/19 Russia Elena Nikitina Germany Tina Hermann Canada Mirela Rahneva
2019/20 Germany Jacqueline Lölling (3) Austria Janine Flock Russia Elena Nikitina
2020/21 Austria Janine Flock (2) Germany Tina Hermann Netherlands Kimberley Bos
2021/22 Netherlands Kimberley Bos Austria Janine Flock Russia Elena Nikitina
2022/23 Germany Tina Hermann (2) Netherlands Kimberley Bos Canada Mirela Rahneva
2023/24 Netherlands Kimberley Bos (2) Belgium Kim Meylemans Italy Valentina Margaglio
RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 Germany1010525
2 Great Britain54110
3 Canada431219
4 United States3238
5 Austria2204
6 Netherlands2114
7  Switzerland1539
8 Russia1023
9 Belgium0101
10 Italy0011
Totals (10 entries)28282884

All-time overall results

Record of victories and podiums

  : active in 2023/2024

(NB: some results are based without official sources because archives do not exist to date. Results are missing for the first two World Cups in 1987 and 1988)

Men

Women

References