|1992 Albertville||Women's singles|
|1998 Nagano||Women's singles|
|1996 Altenberg||Mixed team|
|1997 Igls||Mixed team|
|1993 Calgary||Mixed team|
|1995 Lillehammer||Mixed team|
|1997 Igls||Women's singles|
|2000 St. Moritz||Mixed team|
|1992 Winterberg||Mixed team|
|1996 Sigulda||Mixed team|
|1996 Sigulda||Women's singles|
|1998 Oberhof||Mixed team|
|2002 Altenberg||Mixed team|
Angelika Neuner (born December 23, 1969) is an Austrian luger who competed from 1987 to 2002. Competing in four Winter Olympics, she won two medals in the women's singles event with a silver in 1992 and a bronze in 1998. Her younger sister, Doris, won the gold medal in the same event at Albertville in 1992.
Neuner also won six medals at the FIL World Luge Championships, including two gold (Mixed team: 1996, 1997), one silver (Mixed team: 1993), and three bronzes (Women's singles: 1997, Mixed team: 1995, 2000).
She won five medals at the FIL European Luge Championships, earning them in 1992 (silver: Mixed team), 1996 (silver: Mixed team, bronze: Women's singles), 1998 (bronze: Mixed team) and 2002 (bronze: Mixed team).
Neuner's best finish in the overall Luge World Cup was second in 1996-7.
- 1994 luge women's singles results
- 2002 luge women's singles results
- FIL-Luge.org February 26, 2002 article on flag bearers during the opening ceremonies of the 2002 Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City, including Neuner.
- FIL-Luge profile at the Wayback Machine (archived February 6, 2012)
- Fuzilogik Sports – Winter Olympic results – Women's luge
- Hickoksports.com results on Olympic champions in luge and skelton.
- Hickok sports information on World champions in luge and skeleton.
- List of European luge champions at the Wayback Machine (archived March 25, 2008) (German)
- List of women's singles luge World Cup champions since 1978.
- SportQuick.com information on World champions in luge. (French)
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