Bobsled

A two-woman bobsled event was added in 2002. Only drivers are listed in parentheses.

Multiple gold medals: DRIVERS–Meinhard Nehmer (3); Billy Fiske, Wolfgang Hoppe, Christoph Langen, Eugenio Monti, Andreas Ostler and Gustav Weder (2). CREW–Bernard Germeshausen (3); Donat Acklin, Luciano De Paolis, Cliff Gray, Lorenz Nieberl and Dietmar Schauerhammer (2).

Two-Man

Year  Time
1932 United States (Hubert Stevens) 8:14.74
1936 United States (Ivan Brown) 5:29.29
1948 Switzerland (Felix Endrich) 5:29.2
1952 Germany (Andreas Ostler) 5:24.54
1956 Italy (Lamberto Dalla Costa) 5:30.14
1960 Not held  
1964 Great Britain (Anthony Nash) 4:21.90
1968 Italy (Eugenio Monti) 4:41.54
1972 West Germany (Wolfgang Zimmerer) 4:57.07
1976 East Germany (Meinhard Nehmer) 3:44.42
1980 Switzerland (Erich Schärer) 4:09.36
1984 East Germany (Wolfgang Hoppe) 3:25.56
1988 Soviet Union (Janis Kipurs) 3:54.19
1992 Switzerland I (Gustav Weder) 4:03.26
1994 Switzerland I (Gustav Weder) 3:30.81
1998(TIE) Italy I (Guenther Huber) 3:37.24
 & Canada I (Pierre Lueders)3:37.24
2002Germany I (Christoph Langen)3:10.11

Two-Woman

Year  Time
2002United States II (Jill Bakken)1:37.76

Four-Man

Year  Time
1924 Switzerland (Eduard Scherrer) 5:45.54
1928 United States (Billy Fiske) 3:20.5
1932 United States (Billy Fiske) 7:53.68
1936 Switzerland (Pierre Musy) 5:19.85
1948 United States (Francis Tyler) 5:20.1
1952 Germany (Andreas Ostler) 5:07.84
1956 Switzerland (Franz Kapus) 5:10.44
1960 Not held 
1964 Canada (Vic Emery) 4:14.46
1968 Italy (Eugenio Monti) 2:17.39
1972 Switzerland (Jean Wicki) 4:43.07
1976 East Germany (Meinhard Nehmer) 3:40.43
1980 East Germany (Meinhard Nehmer) 3:59.92
1984 East Germany (Wolfgang Hoppe) 3:20.22
1988 Switzerland (Ekkehard Fasser) 3:47.51
1992 Austria I (Ingo Appelt) 3:53.90
1994 Germany II (Harald Czudaj) 3:27.78
1998Germany II (Christoph Langen)2:39.41
2002Germany II (Andre Lange)3:07.51
Note: Five-man sleds were used in 1928.

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