FIBT World Championships 1993
The FIBT World Championships 1993 took place in Igls, Austria (Bobsleigh) and La Plagne, France (Skeleton). This was Igls's fourth time hosting the championships, doing so previously in 1935 (Two-man) and 1963, and 1991 (Skeleton). Meanwhile, La Plagne was hosting its first championship event.
Igls was not the first choice for the bobsleigh part of the championships. In 1989, Cervinia, Italy was chosen over Winterberg, Germany (then in West Germany), but Cervinia later withdrew and Igls was awarded as a substitute.
Two man bobsleigh
|Gold||Germany (Christoph Langen, Peer Joechel)|
|Silver||Switzerland (Gustav Weder, Donat Acklin)|
|Bronze||Germany (Wolfgang Hoppe, René Hannemann)|
Four man bobsleigh
|Gold||Switzerland (Gustav Weder, Donat Acklin, Kurt Meier, Domenico Semeraro)|
|Silver||Austria (Hubert Schösser, Harald Winkler, Gerhard Redl, Gerhard Haidacher)|
|Bronze||United States (Brian Shimer, Bryan Leturgez, Karlos Kirby, Randy Jones)|
|Gold||Andi Schmid (AUT)|
|Silver||Franz Plangger (AUT)|
|Bronze||Gregor Stähli (SUI)|
- 2-Man bobsleigh World Champions
- 4-Man bobsleigh World Champions
- Men's skeleton World Champions
- 1989 Olympic Review article on FIBT originally awarding the 1993 championship to Cervinia, Italy. - accessed April 23, 2008.