Bobsleigh at the 2002 Winter Olympics – Two-man

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Two-man
at the XIX Olympic Winter Games
Bobsleigh pictogram.svg
Pictogram for bobsleigh
Venue Park City
Dates February 16 — 17
Competitors 74 from 27 nations
Winning time 3:10.11
Medalists
1st, gold medalist(s)  Germany
Christoph Langen, Markus Zimmermann
2nd, silver medalist(s)  Switzerland
Christian Reich, Steve Anderhub
3rd, bronze medalist(s)  Switzerland
Martin Annen, Beat Hefti
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Bobsleigh at the
2002 Winter Olympics
Bobsleigh pictogram.svg
Two   men   women
Four   men  

The Men's two-man bobsleigh competition at the 2002 Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City, United States was held on 16 and 17 February, at Park City.

Results[edit]

Each of the 37 two-man teams entered for the event completed all four runs

Rank Country Athletes Run 1 Run 2 Run 3 Run 4 Total
1Gold medal icon.svg  Germany (GER-1) Christoph Langen
Markus Zimmermann
47.54 47.52 47.44 47.61 3:10.11
2Silver medal icon.svg  Switzerland (SUI-1) Christian Reich
Steve Anderhub
47.52 47.53 47.45 47.70 3:10.20
3Bronze medal icon.svg  Switzerland (SUI-2) Martin Annen
Beat Hefti
47.56 47.64 47.73 47.69 3:10.62
4  United States (USA-1) Todd Hays
Garrett Hines
47.71 47.70 47.61 47.63 3:10.65
5  Canada (CAN-1) Pierre Lueders
Giulio Zardo
47.67 47.70 47.65 47.71 3:10.73
6  Germany (GER-2) René Spies
Franz Sagmeister
47.77 47.69 47.61 47.77 3:10.84
7  Austria Wolfgang Stampfer
Martin Schützenauer
47.91 47.78 47.72 47.75 3:11.16
8  Italy (ITA-1) Günther Huber
Antonio Tartaglia
47.84 47.88 47.92 48.00 3:11.64
9  United States (USA-2) Brian Shimer
Darrin Steele
47.92 47.99 48.07 47.95 3:11.93
10  Great Britain (GBR-1) Lee Johnston
Marcus Adam
48.04 48.16 48.05 48.02 3:12.27
11  Latvia (LAT-1) Sandis Prūsis
Mārcis Rullis
48.10 48.06 48.08 48.36 3:12.60
11  Italy (ITA-2) Fabrizio Tosini
Cristian La Grassa
48.04 48.16 48.03 48.37 3:12.60
13  France Bruno Mingeon
Emmanuel Hostache
48.23 48.03 48.27 48.15 3:12.68
13  Latvia (LAT-2) Gatis Gūts
Intars Dīcmanis
48.07 48.22 48.14 48.25 3:12.68
15  Russia (RUS-2) Yevgeny Popov
Pyotr Makarchuk
48.12 48.18 48.22 48.19 3:12.71
16  Netherlands Arend Glas
Marcel Welten
48.26 48.23 48.26 48.33 3:13.08
16  Czech Republic (CZE-2) Ivo Danilevič
Roman Gomola
48.19 48.28 48.35 48.26 3:13.08
18  Russia (RUS-1) Alexandr Zubkov
Dmitriy Stepushkin
48.71 48.16 48.15 48.07 3:13.09
19  Czech Republic (CZE-1) Pavel Puškár
Jan Kobián
48.22 48.03 48.35 48.50 3:13.10
20  Norway Arnfinn Kristiansen
Bjarne Røyland
48.34 48.21 48.46 48.17 3:13.18
21  Japan (JPN-1) Hiroshi Suzuki
Masanori Inoue
48.41 48.61 48.58 48.36 3:13.96
22  Monaco Patrice Servelle
Sebastien Gattuso
48.37 48.56 48.43 48.76 3:14.12
22  Great Britain (GBR-2) Neil Scarisbrick
Colin Bryce
48.44 48.46 48.72 48.50 3:14.12
24  Canada (CAN-2) Yannick Morin
John Sokolowski
48.41 48.50 48.55 48.70 3:14.16
25  Romania Florian Enache
Adrian Duminicel
48.52 48.51 48.65 48.75 3:14.43
26  Ireland Peter Donohoe
Paul Kiernan
48.50 48.95 48.51 48.51 3:14.47
27  New Zealand Alan Henderson
Mark Edmond
48.46 48.36 48.72 49.36 3:14.90
28  Jamaica Winston Watt
Lascelles Brown
48.59 48.58 49.01 48.76 3:14.94
29  Japan (JPN-2) Hiroaki Ohishi
Shinji Miura
48.61 48.70 49.08 48.70 3:15.09
30  Slovakia Milan Jagnešák
Róbert Kresťanko
49.00 48.96 49.28 48.87 3:16.11
31  Greece John-Andrew Kambanis
Ioannis Leivatidis
49.03 49.06 49.60 48.97 3:16.16
32  Bulgaria Stefan Vasilev
Miroslav Danov
49.77 49.35 49.48 49.42 3:18.02
33  Armenia Dan Janjigian
Yorgo Alexandrou
49.53 49.50 49.75 49.33 3:18.11
34  Ukraine Oleksandr Ivanyshyn
Oleksandr Streltsov
49.47 49.43 49.77 49.75 3:18.42
35  Mexico Roberto Tamés
Roberto Lauderdale
49.57 49.65 50.07 49.82 3:19.11
36  Virgin Islands Zachary Zoller
Quinn Wheeler
49.81 49.76 49.86 50.01 3:19.44
37  Trinidad and Tobago Gregory Sun
Errol Aguilera
49.74 50.07 50.68 49.69 3:20.18

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