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Noelle Pikus-Pace, United States
The first slider down the track, Noelle Pikus-Pace broke the Sochi track record with a time of 58.68 seconds. She was in second place at the end of the first run.
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Lizzy Yarnold, Great Britain
The next slider, Lizzy Yarnold broke Pikus-Pace's Sochi track record. Yarnold's time of 58.46 was 0.25 seconds faster than Pikus-Pace's mark.
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Anja Huber, Germany
2010 bronze medalist Anja Huber was in eighth place after the first run. By the second run she had moved up to seventh.
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Yelena Nikitina, Russia
Capitalizing on home-ice advantage, Yelena Nikitina was in second place after the first run. Her Russian teammates were in fifth and sixth place.
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Despite recording no Top 5 finishes during the 2013-14 World Cup season, Katie Uhlaender was in fourth place after the first run. Uhlaender had been struggling to recover from a concussion she suffered in October.
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