Loch won his sixth consecutive Luge World Cup race and broke the Oberhof track record.

The Sportspedia

Felix Loch (DEU) keeps dominating the Luge World Cup. Today he won in Oberhof (DEU). This means he has now won 8 out of 9 World Cup races in the 2020/21 season.

With today’s victory he now has the record of most consecutive World Cup wins with six.

Loch also broke the overall track record (42.673 seconds) and the start record (7.126 segundos), which gave him an impressive advantage of 0.247 seconds over Jonas Müller (AUT). Current Olympic Champion, David Gleirscher (AUT), was third.

Also with this win, Loch secured the first place in the World Cup standings for conventional distance, although if we add the Sprint races he hasn’t secured the Overall World Cup.