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Germany dominates the 2019 Junior World Luge Championships


Cheyenne Rosenthal, 18-year-old luger of the BSC Winterberg, triumphs at the 2019 Junior World Luge Championships.

All good things come in threes, they say again and again. Although: Well, it was not what showed Cheyenne Rosenthal, the 18-year-old luge rider of the BSC Winterberg, in her third participation in a Junior World Cup.

It was - very good, sensational even, because Rosenthal raced in Innsbruck-Igls in the junior women on the first place and secured surprisingly World Cup gold ahead of the Italian Verena Hofer and her teammate Jessica Degenhardt.

Max Langenhan of Germany retained his title in the men's race at the International Luge Federation (FIL) Junior World Championships in Innsbruck.

Langenhan retained his junior world title after recording a total time of 1min 41.403secs in the men's race in Innsbruck.

The 19-year-old had been favourite to win, having dominated the Junior World Cup last season and impressing in the senior competition this year, currently sitting in 15th in the overall standings.
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