FIBT World Championships 1991
The FIBT World Championships 1991 took place in Altenberg, Germany (Bobsleigh) and Igls, Austria (Skeleton). This was Altenberg's first time hosting a championship event. Igls was hosting its third, doing so previously in 1935 (Two-man) and 1963. It marked the first time a unified German team competed since World War II with East Germany and West Germany having been unified the previous year.
Two man bobsleigh
|Gold||Germany (Rudi Lochner, Markus Zimmerman)|
|Silver||Switzerland (Gustav Weder, Curdin Morell)|
|Bronze||Germany (Wolfgang Hoppe, René Hannemann)|
Four man bobsleigh
|Gold||Germany (Wolfgang Hoppe, Bogdan Musiol, Axel Kühn, Christoph Langen)|
|Silver||Switzerland (Gustav Weder, Bruno Gerber, Lorenz Schindelholz, Curdin Morell)|
|Bronze||Germany (Harald Czudaj, Tino Bonk, Axel Jang, Alexander Szelig)|
|Gold||Christian Auer (AUT)|
|Silver||Andi Schmid (AUT)|
|Bronze||Michael Grünberger (AUT)|
This was the first sweep in any event of the championships.