Elisabeth Vathje: Skeleton World Championships 1st podium

Highlights of Runs 3 and 4 at Skeleton World Championships (see below for full race replays of all runs)

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Four titles in just 400 days. British skeleton racer has added a first World Championship gold medal to her collection. After taking overall World Cup victory in the 2013/2014 Olympic season, winning Olympic gold at Sochi in 2014 and European Championship gold in Igls in 2015, the British slider has now claimed her fourth major title within the space of 407 days. Jacqueline Lölling (GER, 0.67 seconds back) finished second to take World Championship silver on her home track in front of an enthusiastic crowd. World Championship bronze went to Elisabeth Vathje (CAN, 0.79 seconds back).

As the post-Olympic winter season draws to a close, the Winterberg Hochsauerland bobsleigh track, which was built in 1977 and is the second youngest of the four German artificial tracks, is set to host the season climax for International Bob & Skeleton Federation (FIBT) athletes.

As the post-Olympic winter season draws to a close, the Winterberg Hochsauerland bobsleigh track, which was built in 1977 and is the second youngest of the four German artificial tracks, is set to host the season climax for International Bob & Skeleton Federation (FIBT) athletes.

As the post-Olympic winter season draws to a close, the Winterberg Hochsauerland bobsleigh track, which was built in 1977 and is the second youngest of the four German artificial tracks, is set to host the season climax for International Bob & Skeleton Federation (FIBT) athletes.

As the post-Olympic winter season draws to a close, the Winterberg Hochsauerland bobsleigh track, which was built in 1977 and is the second youngest of the four German artificial tracks, is set to host the season climax for International Bob & Skeleton Federation (FIBT) athletes.