ALTENBERG – Germany’s Jacqueline Loelling is in position to reclaim her world women’s skeleton championship, and Katie Uhlaender of the U.S.
is within striking distance of what would be her first medal at the worlds in nine years. Loelling finished her two runs Thursday in 1 minute, 56.74 seconds.
She leads Russian slider Elena Nikitina by 0.11 seconds, with Germany’s Tina Hermann third and 0.24 seconds back. Hermann has won three of the last four world titles; Loelling won the worlds in 2017.Read more on clickorlando.com