German Skeleton Championship 2005


German Skeleton Championship 2005

The 39th German Skeleton Championship 2005 was organized on 8 January 2006 in Altenberg.

Men

Women

External links

* [http://www.bsd-portal.de/c.1935.htm Resultlist at the BSD Site]


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