FIL World Luge Championships 1991

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The FIL World Luge Championships 1991 took place in Winterberg, Germany for the second time, having previously hosted the event in 1989. It also marked the first time East Germany and West Germany competed as a unified German team.

Men's singles[edit]

Medal Athlete Time
Gold  Arnold Huber (ITA)
Silver  Georg Hackl (GER)
Bronze  Markus Prock (AUT)

Women's singles[edit]

Medal Athlete Time
Gold  Susi Erdmann (GER)
Silver  Gabriele Kohlisch (GER)
Bronze  Jana Bode (GER)

Erdmann becomes the first champion of a unified German team, leading the nation to a medal sweep in the event.

Men's doubles[edit]

Medal Athlete Time
Gold  Germany (Stefan Krausse, Jan Behrendt)
Silver  Germany (Yves Mankel, Thomas Rudolph)
Bronze  Italy (Hansjorg Raffl, Norbert Huber)

Mixed team[edit]

Medal Athlete Time
Gold  Germany (Georg Hackl, Jens Müller, Susi Erdmann, Gabriele Kohlisch, Stefan Krausse, Jan Behrendt)
Silver  Austria (Robert Manzenreiter, Markus Prock, Doris Neuner, Angelika Tagwerker, Gerhard Gleirscher, Markus Schmidt)
Bronze  Italy (Arnold Huber, Gerhard Plankensteiner, Natalie Obkircher, Gerda Weissensteiner, Hansjorg Raffl, Norbert Huber)|

Medal table[edit]

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Germany 3 3 1 7
2  Italy 1 0 2 3
3  Austria 0 1 1 2

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