With host of domestic experience she is one of the most celebrated and nerve-racking performer in skeleton sledding in the world – and bagging the Igls skeleton at the World’s she has demonstrated her supremacy at the event. Anja Huber was just outstanding in her ‘face front run’ the skeleton overpowering her closest competitor the America sensation Katie Uhlaender, finishing the run at 55:55. The German was one second quicker to her previous attempt powering home good 0.07 seconds ahead of Katie, in the process climbing eight places in the ranking. Huber has couple of victories in the domestic arena however it’s the Germans first top finish in the World event, on the contrary a disappointing finish for Katie who’s wining streak this season ended, inspite of this the American holds the apex in the overall World Cup standings. Canadian Michelle Kelly completed the podium standings by clocking the third best time in the run. It was Russia’s Alekander Tretiakov who clocked the best time in the men’s event, also completing his maiden victory.