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The golden medal went to UK’s Elizabeth Yarnold and the silver one – to American Noelle Pikus-Pace.
Other Russian athletes – Olga Potylitsyna and Maria Orlova came fifth and sixth correspondingly.
Elena Nikitina was born October 2, 1992, in Moscow. She is champion of Europe of 2013. She passed to skeleton in 2008 from football, and after a year entered the Russian national team. In 2010, she debuted on international competitions (European Cup series and Intercontinental Cup series). She was 13th in overall ranking of the World Cup 2013/2014.
Elizabeth Yarnold was born October 31, 1988 in Maidstone. She is bronze winner of the World Championship 2012 in Lake Placid, winner of the World Cup of the 2013/2014 season. Elizabeth Yarnold has won in four series in the current season. She is also winner of the youth world championship of 2012.