2016/2017 IBSF Intercontinental Cup Overall Standings

From the home office in Durham, USA

Below are the overall results for men’s and women’s Intercontinental Cup skeleton.

Women’s Skeleton

Lanette Prediger won two races in Calgary, and never finished worse than sixth on her way to the 2016/2017 IBSF ICC title. The Canadian came into Lake Placid still needing two good finishes to beat American Savannah Graybill, and did more than enough to hang on to the overall title.

Graybill finished second for the United States, on the strength of two wins in Lake Placid, and medals in her final three races overall.

Donna Creighton, the 2014/2015 ICC champion, finished third overall. Much like the women ahead of her, Creighton excelled in North America, never finishing outside of the top five in the final four races of the season.

Megan Henry of the Unitd States, Jaclyn Laberge of Canada and Maria Mazilu of Romania rounded out the top six.

Pos Name Nation Best Finish Worst Finish Points
1 Lanette Prediger CAN 1 (Cal x2) 6 (Kön, LP) 848
2 Savannah Graybill USA 1 (LP x2) 10 (Igl) 742
3 Donna Creighton GBR 2 (Cal) 10 (Kön) 724
4 Megan Henry USA 2 (Igl, LP) 17 (Kön) 690
5 Jaclyn LaBerge CAN 2 (Cal) 16 (Igl) 632
6 Maria Mazilu ROU 2 (Igl) 14 (Cal) 590
7 Anastasia Novikova (J) RUS 13 (Igl, Kön, Cal, LP) 19 (Kön) 441
8 Veronica Day USA 5 (LP) 23 (Kön) 434
9 Corinna Leipold (J) GER 3 (Kön) 7 (Igl) 362
10 Madison Charney CAN 4 (Cal x2) 8 (LP) 360

Men’s Skeleton

British slider Jeremy Rice took the overall ICC title by a wide margin over Canadian Evan Neufelt. Rice was consistent over the course of the season, scoring two medals, five top fives, and never finishing outside of the top ten.

Neufeldt was a contender for the title after a silver medal in Calgary but struggled in Lake Placid, finishing a season worst 16th and 17th in the two American races.

Vladislav Marchenkov was the top-finishing Junior on the tour, winning two bronze medals on his way to a third place overall finish.

Wenqiang Geng was the best finishing Chinese slider in any of the tours, finishing fourth overall, while Alex Hanssen of Norway finished fifth.

Kilian von Schleinitz only raced the European half of the ICC season, but swept those races, going undefeated in all four events.

Pos Name Nation Best Finish Worst Finish Points
1 Jeremy Rice GBR 3 (Cal, LP) 10 (Igl) 720
2 Evan Neufeldt CAN 2 (Cal) 17 (LP) 598
3 Vladislav Marchenkov (J) RUS 3 (Cal, LP) 22 (Kön) 580
4 Wenqiang Geng (J) CHN 5 (LP) 23 (Igl) 498
5 Alex Hanssen NOR 7 (Cal) 20 (LP) 494
6 Kilian von Schleinitz (J) GER 1 (Igl x2, Kön x2) 1 (Igl x2, Kön x2) 480
7 Yuki Sasahara JPN 8 (Kön) 21 (Igl) 475
8 Kenny Howard GBR 4 (Cal) 18 (Kön) 456
9 Michael Zachrau (J) GER 2 (Igl x2, Kön) 4 (Kön) 326
10 Pavel Kulkiov RUS 1 (Cal) 4 (LP x2) 422