|2002 Salt Lake City||Men's doubles|
|2010 Vancouver||Men's doubles|
|1999 Königssee||Men's doubles|
|2000 St. Moritz||Men's doubles|
|2001 Calgary||Mixed team|
|2003 Sigulda||Mixed team|
|2004 Nagano||Men's doubles|
|2004 Nagano||Mixed team|
|2007 Igls||Men's doubles|
|2007 Igls||Mixed team|
|2000 St. Moritz||Mixed team|
|2005 Park City||Men's doubles|
|1999 Königssee||Mixed team|
|2003 Sigulda||Men's doubles|
|World Cup Championships|
|2000 Winterberg||Men's doubles|
|2000 Winterberg||Mixed team|
|2002 Altenberg||Men's doubles|
|2004 Oberhof||Mixed team|
|2006 Winterberg||Men's doubles|
|2002 Altenberg||Mixed team|
|2008 Cesana||Men's doubles|
Alexander Resch (born 5 April 1979 in Berchtesgaden, Bavaria) is a German luger who competed from 1998 to 2010. Together with Patric Leitner, he won the men's doubles event at the 2002 Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City, United States. They also competed at the 2006 Winter Olympics, finishing sixth. At their last race at the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver, they won bronze.
In addition they won a dozen medals at the FIL World Luge Championships, including eight golds (Men's doubles:1999, 2000, 2004, 2007; Mixed team: 2001, 2003, 2004, 2007), two silvers (Men's doubles: 2005, Mixed team: 2000), and two bronzes (Men's doubles: 2003, Mixed team 1999). At the FIL European Luge Championships, they also won seven medals with five golds (Men's doubles: 2000, 2002, 2004, 2006; Mixed team: 2000), one silver (Mixed team: 2002), and one bronze (Men's doubles: 2008 (tied with Italy)).
- DatabaseOlympics.com information on Resch.
- FIL-Luge profile: Alexander Resch at the Wayback Machine (archived February 10, 2012)
- Fuzilogik Sports – Winter Olympic results – Men's luge
- Hickoksports.com results on Olympic champions in luge and skelton.
- Hickok sports information on World champions in luge and skeleton.
- List of men's doubles luge World Cup champions since 1978.
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