Germany at the 2018 Winter Olympics

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Germany at the
2018 Winter Olympics
Refer to caption
IOC codeGER
NOCGerman Olympic Sports Confederation
Websitewww.dosb.de (in German)
in Pyeongchang, South Korea
9–25 February 2018
Competitors153 (94 men and 59 women) in 14 sports
Flag bearer Eric Frenzel[1](opening)
Christian Ehrhoff (closing)
Medals
Ranked 2nd
Gold
14
Silver
10
Bronze
7
Total
31
Winter Olympics appearances (overview)
Other related appearances
 United Team of Germany (1956–1964)
 East Germany (1968–1988)
 West Germany (1968–1988)

Germany competed at the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea, from 9 to 25 February 2018, with 153 competitors in 14 sports. They won 31 medals in total, 14 gold, 10 silver and 7 bronze, ranking second in the medal table after Norway at the 2018 Winter Olympics. Germany excelled in ice track events (11 medals), biathlon (7 medals), Nordic combined (5 medals) and Ski jumping (4 medals). The men's ice hockey team took a silver medal, having lost a closely contested final to Olympic Athletes from Russia.

Medalists[edit]

Medals by sport
Sport 1st, gold medalist(s) 2nd, silver medalist(s) 3rd, bronze medalist(s) Total
Biathlon 3 1 3 7
Bobsleigh 3 1 0 4
Figure skating 1 0 0 1
Ice Hockey 0 1 0 1
Luge 3 1 2 6
Nordic combined 3 1 1 5
Skeleton 0 1 0 1
Ski jumping 1 3 0 4
Snowboarding 0 1 1 2
Total 14 10 7 31
Medals by date
Day Date 1st, gold medalist(s) 2nd, silver medalist(s) 3rd, bronze medalist(s) Total
Day 1 10 February 2 0 0 2
Day 2 11 February 1 0 1 2
Day 3 12 February 1 1 1 3
Day 4 13 February 1 1 0 2
Day 5 14 February 2 0 1 3
Day 6 15 February 2 0 1 3
Day 7 16 February 0 0 0 0
Day 8 17 February 0 2 0 2
Day 9 18 February 0 1 0 1
Day 10 19 February 1 1 0 2
Day 11 20 February 1 1 1 3
Day 12 21 February 1 0 0 1
Day 13 22 February 1 0 0 1
Day 14 23 February 0 0 1 1
Day 15 24 February 0 1 1 2
Day 16 25 February 1 2 0 3
Total 14 10 7 31
Medals by gender
Gender 1st, gold medalist(s) 2nd, silver medalist(s) 3rd, bronze medalist(s) Total
Male 8 6 5 17
Female 4 4 2 10
Mixed 2 0 0 2
Total 14 10 7 31
Multiple medalists
Name Sport 1st, gold medalist(s) 2nd, silver medalist(s) 3rd, bronze medalist(s) Total
Laura Dahlmeier Biathlon 2 0 1 3
Arnd Peiffer 1 0 1 2
Simon Schempp 0 1 1 2
Benedikt Doll 0 0 2 2
Francesco Friedrich Bobsleigh 2 0 0 2
Thorsten Margis 2 0 0 2
Tobias Arlt Luge 2 0 0 2
Natalie Geisenberger 2 0 0 2
Tobias Wendl 2 0 0 2
Johannes Ludwig 1 0 1 2
Eric Frenzel Nordic combined 2 0 1 3
Johannes Rydzek 2 0 0 2
Fabian Rießle 1 1 0 2
Andreas Wellinger Ski jumping 1 2 0 3
Medal Name Sport Event Date
 Gold Laura Dahlmeier Biathlon Women's sprint 10 February
 Gold Andreas Wellinger Ski jumping Men's normal hill individual 10 February
 Gold Arnd Peiffer Biathlon Men's sprint 11 February
 Gold Laura Dahlmeier Biathlon Women's pursuit 12 February
 Gold Natalie Geisenberger Luge Women's singles 13 February
 Gold Eric Frenzel Nordic combined Individual normal hill/10 km 14 February
 Gold Tobias Wendl
Tobias Arlt
Luge Doubles 14 February
 Gold Aliona Savchenko
Bruno Massot
Figure skating Pairs 15 February
 Gold Johannes Ludwig
Natalie Geisenberger
Tobias Wendl
Tobias Arlt
Luge Team relay 15 February
 Gold Francesco Friedrich
Thorsten Margis
Bobsleigh Two-man 19 February
 Gold Johannes Rydzek Nordic combined Individual large hill/10 km 20 February
 Gold Mariama Jamanka
Lisa Buckwitz
Bobsleigh Two-woman 21 February
 Gold Vinzenz Geiger
Fabian Rießle
Eric Frenzel
Johannes Rydzek
Nordic combined Team large hill/4 × 5 km 22 February
 Gold Francesco Friedrich
Candy Bauer
Martin Grothkopp
Thorsten Margis
Bobsleigh Four-man 25 February
 Silver Katharina Althaus Ski jumping Women's normal hill individual 12 February
 Silver Dajana Eitberger Luge Women's singles 13 February
 Silver Jacqueline Lölling Skeleton Women's 17 February
 Silver Andreas Wellinger Ski jumping Men's large hill individual 17 February
 Silver Simon Schempp Biathlon Men's mass start 18 February
 Silver Karl Geiger
Stephan Leyhe
Richard Freitag
Andreas Wellinger
Ski jumping Men's large hill team 19 February
 Silver Fabian Rießle Nordic combined Individual large hill/10 km 20 February
 Silver Selina Jörg Snowboarding Women's parallel giant slalom 24 February
 Silver Nico Walther
Kevin Kuske
Alexander Rödiger
Eric Franke
Bobsleigh Four-man 25 February
 Silver Germany men's national ice hockey team
Sinan Akdag Brooks Macek
Danny aus den Birken Frank Mauer
Daryl Boyle Jonas Müller
Christian Ehrhoff Moritz Müller
Yasin Ehliz Marcel Noebels
Dennis Endras Leonhard Pföderl
Gerrit Fauser Timo Pielmeier
Marcel Goc Matthias Plachta
Patrick Hager Patrick Reimer
Frank Hördler Felix Schütz
Dominik Kahun Yannic Seidenberg
Marcus Kink David Wolf
Ice hockey Men's tournament February 25
 Bronze Johannes Ludwig Luge Men's singles 11 February
 Bronze Benedikt Doll Biathlon Men's pursuit 12 February
 Bronze Toni Eggert
Sascha Benecken
Luge Doubles 14 February
 Bronze Laura Dahlmeier Biathlon Women's individual 15 February
 Bronze Eric Frenzel Nordic combined Individual large hill/10 km 20 February
 Bronze Erik Lesser
Benedikt Doll
Arnd Peiffer
Simon Schempp
Biathlon Men's relay 23 February
 Bronze Ramona Theresia Hofmeister Snowboarding Women's parallel giant slalom 24 February

Participants[edit]

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The following is the list of number of competitors participating at the Games per sport/discipline.

Sport Men Women Total
Alpine skiing 6 6 12
Biathlon 6 6 12
Bobsleigh 14 8 22
Cross-country skiing 5 7 12
Figure skating 4 4 8
Freestyle skiing 3 6 9
Ice hockey 25 0 25
Luge 7 3 10
Nordic combined 5 0 5
Short track speed skating 0 2 2
Skeleton 3 3 6
Ski jumping 5 4 9
Snowboarding 7 5 12
Speed skating 4 5 9
Total 94 59 153

Alpine skiing[edit]

DOSB announced the 6 men and 6 women participating on 23 January 2017.[2]

Men
Athlete Event Run 1 Run 2 Total
Time Rank Time Rank Time Rank
Fritz Dopfer Giant slalom 1:10.69 19 1:11.38 26 2:22.07 26
Slalom 49.79 22 51.48 17 1:41.27 20
Thomas Dreßen Downhill N/A 1:41.03 5
Super-G N/A 1:25.51 12
Combined 1:19.24 1 49.72 24 2:08.96 9
Josef Ferstl Downhill N/A 1:42.98 25
Super-G N/A 1:26.81 27
Combined 1:21.95 36 DNS DNF
Andreas Sander Downhill N/A 1:41.62 10
Super-G N/A 1:25.21 8
Combined 1:21.68 32 DNS DNF
Alexander Schmid Giant slalom DNF
Linus Straßer Combined 1:22.03 39 DNF
Giant slalom 1:11.54 30 1:10.13 4 2:21.67 22
Slalom DNF
Women
Athlete Event Run 1 Run 2 Total
Time Rank Time Rank Time Rank
Lena Dürr Slalom DNF
Christina Geiger 51.44 19 DNF
Viktoria Rebensburg Downhill N/A 1:40.64 9
Super-G N/A 1:21.62 10
Giant slalom 1:11.45 8 1:09.15 3 2:20.60 4
Marina Wallner Slalom 51.12 12 50.98 22 1:42.10 19
Kira Weidle Downhill N/A 1:41.01 11
Super-G N/A DNF
Mixed
Athlete Event Round of 16 Quarterfinals Semifinals Final / BM
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Rank
Fritz Dopfer
Alexander Schmid
Linus Straßer
Lena Dürr
Marina Wallner
Team  Slovakia (SVK)
W 2*–2
 Switzerland (SUI)
L 2–2*
Did not advance

Biathlon[edit]

Based on their Nations Cup rankings in the 2016–17 Biathlon World Cup, Germany has qualified a full team of 6 men and 6 women.[3][4]

DOSB announced the 6 men and 6 women participating on 23 January 2017.[2]

Men
Athlete Event Time Misses Rank
Benedikt Doll Sprint 23:56.4 1 (0+1) 6
Pursuit 33:06.8 1 (0+0+1+0) 3rd, bronze medalist(s)
Mass start 36:06.1 1 (0+0+1+0) 5
Johannes Kühn Individual 53:36.6 6 (1+1+1+3) 58
Erik Lesser Sprint 24:10.7 1 (0+1) 11
Pursuit 34:27.6 2 (0+0+1+1) 11
Individual 49:31.1 1 (0+1+0+0) 9
Mass start 35:58.9 2 (0+0+0+2) 4
Arnd Peiffer Sprint 23:38.8 0 (0+0) 1st, gold medalist(s)
Pursuit 34:05.8 3 (0+0+1+2) 8
Individual 51:54.8 3 (0+0+3+0) 21
Mass start 36:47.5 4 (1+0+1+2) 13
Simon Schempp Sprint 24:00.2 1 (0+1) 7
Pursuit 33:54.4 3 (0+0+1+2) 5
Individual 51:54.8 4 (2+2+0+0) 36
Mass start 35:47.3 1 (0+0+0+1) 2nd, silver medalist(s)
Erik Lesser
Benedikt Doll
Arnd Peiffer
Simon Schempp
Team relay 1:17:23.6 10 (3+10) 3rd, bronze medalist(s)
Women
Athlete Event Time Misses Rank
Laura Dahlmeier Sprint 21:06.2 0 (0+0) 1st, gold medalist(s)
Pursuit 30:35.0 1 (0+1+0+0) 1st, gold medalist(s)
Individual 41:48.4 1 (1+0+0+0) 3rd, bronze medalist(s)
Mass start 37:10.1 2 (1+1+0+0) 16
Maren Hammerschmidt Individual 44:28.0 3 (1+1+0+1) 17
Denise Herrmann Sprint 22:25.8 2 (0+2) 21
Pursuit 31:54.7 2 (1+0+0+1) 6
Mass start 36:27.2 2 (0+0+2+0) 11
Franziska Hildebrand Sprint 21:59.9 1 (0+1) 12
Pursuit 32:36.5 3 (2+1+0+0) 12
Individual 43:38.6 1 (0+1+0+0) 9
Vanessa Hinz Sprint 21:46.5 1 (0+1) 5
Pursuit 32:41.4 4 (1+1+2+0) 13
Mass start 38:52.4 4 (2+1+0+1) 25
Franziska Preuß Individual 42:06.7 0 (0+0+0+0) 4
Mass start 36:38.9 1 (0+0+1+0) 12
Laura Dahlmeier
Denise Herrmann
Franziska Hildebrand
Franziska Preuß
Team relay 1:12:57.3 11 (3+11) 8
Mixed
Athlete Event Time Misses Rank
Laura Dahlmeier
Vanessa Hinz
Erik Lesser
Arnd Peiffer
Team relay 1:09:01.5 7 (1+7) 4

Bobsleigh[edit]

Based on their rankings in the 2017–18 Bobsleigh World Cup, Germany has qualified 9 sleds.[5][6][7]

DOSB announced the competing athletes on 23 January 2017.[2] On 2 February 2017, the Bob- und Schlittenverband für Deutschland hat to change some Positions. Joshua Bluhm had to leave the team, instead of him Christian Poser changed from the Walther-Four-Man-Bobsled to the Lochner-Four-Man-Bobsled nut still stayes with Walther in the Two-Men-Bobsled. Substitute athlete Alexander Rödiger was given the place in the Walther Bobslead. The place of Rödiger as substitute athlete was given to Kevin Korona, Paul Krenz is a second substitute. Substitutes for the women's bobsleds are Ann-Christin Strack and Lisette Thöne.[8]

Men
Athlete Event Run 1 Run 2 Run 3 Run 4 Total
Time Rank Time Rank Time Rank Time Rank Time Rank
Francesco Friedrich*
Thorsten Margis
Two-man 49.22 5 49.46 5 48.96 1 49.22 2 3:16.86 1st, gold medalist(s)
Nico Walther*
Christian Poser
49.12 3 49.27 1 49.32 6 49.35 4 3:17.06 4
Johannes Lochner*
Christopher Weber
49.24 6 49.34 2 49.09 3 49.47 8 3:17.14 5
Francesco Friedrich*
Candy Bauer
Martin Grothkopp
Thorsten Margis
Four-man 48.54 1 49.01 1 48.76 1 49.54 3 3:15.85 1st, gold medalist(s)
Nico Walther*
Kevin Kuske
Alexander Rödiger
Eric Franke
48.74 3 49.16 2 48.90 4 49.58 7 3:16.38 2nd, silver medalist(s)
Johannes Lochner*
Christopher Weber
Christian Poser
Christian Rasp
48.95 6 49.26 7 49.10 9 49.80 17 3:17.11 8
Women
Athlete Event Run 1 Run 2 Run 3 Run 4 Total
Time Rank Time Rank Time Rank Time Rank Time Rank
Mariama Jamanka*
Lisa-Marie Buckwitz
Two-woman 50.54 2 50.72 1 50.49 2 50.70 1 3:22.45 1st, gold medalist(s)
Anna Köhler*
Erline Nolte
51.21 13 51.20 11 51.46 16 51.41 15 3:25.28 14
Stephanie Schneider*
Annika Drazek
50.63 4 50.93 5 50.71 5 50.70 1 3:22.97 4

* – Denotes the driver of each sled

Cross-country skiing[edit]

DOSB announced the 5 men and 7 women participating on 23 January 2017.[2]

Distance
Men
Athlete Event Classical Freestyle Final
Time Rank Time Rank Time Deficit Rank
Thomas Bing 30 km skiathlon 41:03.0 6 36:00.7 16 1:17:03.7 +43.7 11
50 km classical N/A 2:18:41.1 +10:19.0 30
Lucas Bögl 15 km freestyle N/A 35:04.7 +1:20.8 15
30 km skiathlon 41:14.7 15 36:05.2 19 1:17:19.9 +59.9 16
50 km classical N/A 2:23:42.8 +15:20.7 46
Jonas Dobler 30 km skiathlon 41:25.1 18 36:31.5 25 1:17:56.6 +1:36.6 22
50 km classical N/A DNF
Sebastian Eisenlauer 15 km freestyle N/A 36:03.8 +2:19.9 32
Andreas Katz 15 km freestyle N/A 35:38.3 +1:54.4 25
30 km skiathlon 41:39.8 20 38:09.4 42 1:19:49.2 +3:29.2 35
50 km classical N/A 2:13:32.3 +5:10.2 14
Thomas Bing
Lucas Bögl
Jonas Dobler
Andreas Katz
4 × 10 kilometre relay N/A 1:35:13.1 +2:08.2 6
Women
Athlete Event Classical Freestyle Final
Time Rank Time Rank Time Deficit Rank
Stefanie Böhler 10 km freestyle N/A 27:21.8 +2:21.3 25
15 km skiathlon 22:52.8 25 20:09.8 20 43:02.6 +2:17.7 25
30 km classical N/A 1:28:42.2 +6:24.6 16
Victoria Carl 10 km freestyle N/A 27:04.6 +2:04.1 19
15 km skiathlon 22:13.5 17 20:40.9 32 42:54.4 +2:09.5 20
30 km classical N/A 1:32:42.4 +10:24.8 25
Nicole Fessel 15 km skiathlon DNS
Katharina Hennig 15 km skiathlon 22:11.3 16 20:48.9 36 43:00.2 +2:15.3 22
30 km classical N/A 1:29:48.9 +7:31.3 19
Sandra Ringwald 10 km freestyle N/A 27:24.7 +2:24.2 26
Stefanie Böhler
Victoria Carl
Katharina Hennig
Sandra Ringwald
4 × 5 kilometre relay N/A 53:13.7 +1:49.4 6
Sprint
Athlete Event Qualification Quarterfinal Semifinal Final
Time Rank Time Rank Time Rank Time Rank
Thomas Bing Men's sprint 3:16.66 22 Q 3:18.64 3 Did not advance
Sebastian Eisenlauer 3:15.06 16 Q 3:16.22 6 Did not advance
Thomas Bing
Sebastian Eisenlauer
Men's team sprint N/A 16:00.55 3 q 16:42.20 10
Katharina Hennig Women's sprint 3:22.64 25 Q 3:19.55 6 Did not advance
Hanna Kolb 3:27.84 36 Did not advance
Sandra Ringwald 3:18.48 16 Q 3:13.76 3 Did not advance
Elisabeth Schicho 3:23.26 26 Q 3:24.26 6 Did not advance
Nicole Fessel
Sandra Ringwald
Women's team sprint N/A 16:51.67 4 q 17:06.57 10

Figure skating[edit]

Germany qualified one male, one female and two pairs figure skaters, based on its placement at the 2017 World Figure Skating Championships in Helsinki, Finland.[9] They additionally qualified one quota in ice dancing through the 2017 CS Nebelhorn Trophy.[10] The team was announced during December 2017.[11]

Athlete Event SP / SD FS / FD Total
Points Rank Points Rank Points Rank
Paul Fentz Men's singles 74.73 24 Q 139.82 22 214.55 22
Nicole Schott Ladies' singles 59.20 14 Q 109.26 17 168.46 18
Annika Hocke / Ruben Blommaert Pairs 63.04 16 Q 108.94 16 171.98 16
Aliona Savchenko / Bruno Massot 76.59 4 Q 159.31 1 235.90 1st, gold medalist(s)
Kavita Lorenz / Joti Polizoakis Ice dancing 59.99 17 Q 90.50 16 150.49 16
Team trophy
Athlete Event Short program/Short dance Free skate/Free dance
Men's Ladies' Pairs Ice dance Total Men's Ladies' Pairs Ice dance Total
Points
Team points
Points
Team points
Points
Team points
Points
Team points
Points Rank Points
Team points
Points
Team points
Points
Team points
Points
Team points
Points Rank
Paul Fentz (M)
Nicole Schott (L)
Aliona Savchenko / Bruno Massot (P)
Kavita Lorenz / Joti Polizoakis (ID)
Team event 66.32
2
55.32
3
75.36
8
56.88
3
16 7 Did not advance

Freestyle skiing[edit]

DOSB announced the 3 men and 5 women participating on 23 January 2017.[2]

Halfpipe
Athlete Event Qualification Final
Run 1 Run 2 Best Rank Run 1 Run 2 Run 3 Best Rank
Sabrina Cakmakli Women's halfpipe 81.80 31.40 81.80 7 Q 74.20 57.60 20.40 74.20 8
Moguls
Athlete Event Qualification Final
Run 1 Run 2 Run 1 Run 2 Run 3
Time Points Total Rank Time Points Total Rank Time Points Total Rank Time Points Total Rank Time Points Total Rank
Léa Bouard Women's moguls 29.18 15.12 55.71 24 28.96 15.36 65.08 15 Did not advance
Katharina Förster 29.71 14.52 63.17 23 30.05 14.14 69.38 9 Q 29.63 14.61 72.33 13 Did not advance
Ski cross
Athlete Event Seeding Round of 16 Quarterfinal Semifinal Final
Time Rank Position Position Position Position Rank
Paul Eckert Men's ski cross 1:10.06 10 3 Did not advance
Tim Hronek 1:10.27 20 3 Did not advance
Florian Wilmsmann 1:10.33 21 4 Did not advance
Julia Eichinger Women's ski cross 1:17.56 20 3 Did not advance
Celia Funkler DNS

Qualification legend: FA – Qualify to medal round; FB – Qualify to consolation round

Slopestyle
Athlete Event Qualification Final
Run 1 Run 2 Best Rank Run 1 Run 2 Run 3 Best Rank
Kea Kühnel Women's slopestyle 19.75 59.60 59.60 18 Did not advance

Ice hockey[edit]

Men's tournament[edit]

Germany men's national ice hockey team qualified by winning the final qualification tournament in Riga, Latvia.[12][13]

Summary

Key:

Team Event Group Stage Qualification
playoff
Quarterfinal Semifinal Final
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Rank Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Rank
Germany men's Men's tournament  Finland
L 2–5
 Sweden
L 0–1
 Norway
W 2–1 GWS
3   Switzerland
W 2–1 OT
 Sweden
W 4–3 OT
 Canada
W 4–3
Olympic Athletes from Russia
L 3–4 OT
2nd, silver medalist(s)
Team roster

A preliminary 30-man German roster for the men's ice hockey tournament at the 2018 Winter Olympics was released on 16 January 2018.[14] The final roster was announced on 23 January 2017, with 5 players being cut, including Daniel Pietta who was injured prior to the final announcement.[15][16]

Head coach: Germany Marco Sturm     Assistant coaches: Germany Christian Künast, United States Matt McIlvane

No. Pos. Name Height Weight Birthdate Birthplace 2017–18 team
7 D Daryl Boyle 1.85 m (6 ft 1 in) 89 kg (196 lb) 24 February 1987 Sparwood, British Columbia, Canada Germany EHC München (DEL)
10 D Christian EhrhoffA 1.88 m (6 ft 2 in) 92 kg (203 lb) 6 July 1982 Moers, West Germany Germany Kölner Haie (DEL)
12 F Brooks Macek 1.81 m (5 ft 11 in) 92 kg (203 lb) 15 May 1992 Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada Germany EHC München (DEL)
17 F Marcus Kink 1.86 m (6 ft 1 in) 96 kg (212 lb) 13 January 1985 Düsseldorf, West Germany Germany Adler Mannheim (DEL)
22 F Matthias Plachta 1.88 m (6 ft 2 in) 100 kg (220 lb) 16 May 1991 Freiburg im Breisgau Germany Adler Mannheim (DEL)
28 F Frank Mauer 1.84 m (6 ft 0 in) 90 kg (200 lb) 12 April 1988 Heidelberg, West Germany Germany EHC München (DEL)
33 G Danny aus den Birken 1.86 m (6 ft 1 in) 89 kg (196 lb) 15 February 1985 Düsseldorf, West Germany Germany EHC München (DEL)
36 D Yannic Seidenberg 1.71 m (5 ft 7 in) 82 kg (181 lb) 11 January 1984 Villingen-Schwenningen, West Germany Germany EHC München (DEL)
37 F Patrick Reimer 1.79 m (5 ft 10 in) 86 kg (190 lb) 10 December 1982 Mindelheim, West Germany Germany Thomas Sabo Ice Tigers (DEL)
40 D Björn Krupp 1.91 m (6 ft 3 in) 95 kg (209 lb) 6 March 1991 Buffalo, New York, United States Germany Grizzlys Wolfsburg (DEL)
41 D Jonas Müller 1.83 m (6 ft 0 in) 88 kg (194 lb) 19 November 1995 Berlin Germany Eisbären Berlin (DEL)
42 F Yasin Ehliz 1.77 m (5 ft 10 in) 83 kg (183 lb) 30 December 1992 Bad Tölz Germany Thomas Sabo Ice Tigers (DEL)
43 F Gerrit Fauser 1.82 m (6 ft 0 in) 89 kg (196 lb) 13 July 1989 Nuremberg, West Germany Germany Grizzlys Wolfsburg (DEL)
44 G Dennis Endras 1.82 m (6 ft 0 in) 80 kg (180 lb) 14 July 1985 Immenstadt, West Germany Germany Adler Mannheim (DEL)
48 D Frank Hördler 1.83 m (6 ft 0 in) 90 kg (200 lb) 26 January 1985 Bad Muskau, East Germany Germany Eisbären Berlin (DEL)
50 F Patrick HagerA 1.78 m (5 ft 10 in) 83 kg (183 lb) 8 September 1988 Stuttgart, West Germany Germany EHC München (DEL)
51 G Timo Pielmeier 1.83 m (6 ft 0 in) 82 kg (181 lb) 7 July 1989 Deggendorf, West Germany Germany ERC Ingolstadt (DEL)
55 F Felix Schütz 1.81 m (5 ft 11 in) 89 kg (196 lb) 3 November 1987 Erding, West Germany Germany Kölner Haie (DEL)
57 F Marcel GocC 1.85 m (6 ft 1 in) 92 kg (203 lb) 24 August 1983 Calw, West Germany Germany Adler Mannheim (DEL)
72 F Dominik Kahun 1.80 m (5 ft 11 in) 78 kg (172 lb) 2 July 1995 Planá, Czech Republic Germany EHC München (DEL)
82 F Sinan Akdag 1.88 m (6 ft 2 in) 89 kg (196 lb) 5 November 1989 Rosenheim, West Germany Germany Adler Mannheim (DEL)
83 F Leonhard Pföderl 1.82 m (6 ft 0 in) 87 kg (192 lb) 1 September 1993 Bad Tölz Germany Thomas Sabo Ice Tigers (DEL)
89 F David Wolf 1.91 m (6 ft 3 in) 99 kg (218 lb) 15 September 1989 Düsseldorf, West Germany Germany Adler Mannheim (DEL)
91 D Moritz Müller 1.87 m (6 ft 2 in) 92 kg (203 lb) 19 November 1986 Frankfurt, West Germany Germany Kölner Haie (DEL)
92 F Marcel Noebels 1.89 m (6 ft 2 in) 87 kg (192 lb) 14 March 1992 Tönisvorst Germany Eisbären Berlin (DEL)
Preliminary round
Pos Team Pld W OTW OTL L GF GA GD Pts Qualification
1  Sweden 3 3 0 0 0 8 1 +7 9 Quarterfinals
2  Finland 3 2 0 0 1 11 6 +5 6 Qualification playoffs
3  Germany 3 0 1 0 2 4 7 −3 2
4  Norway 3 0 0 1 2 2 11 −9 1
Source: IIHF
15 February 2018
12:10
Finland 5–2
(2–1, 2–0, 1–1)
 GermanyGangneung Hockey Centre, Gangneung
Attendance: 3,695

16 February 2018
21:10
Sweden 1–0
(1–0, 0–0, 0–0)
 GermanyKwandong Hockey Centre, Gangneung
Attendance: 3,077

18 February 2018
12:10
Germany 2–1 GWS
(0–0, 1–0, 0–1)
(OT: 0–0)
(SO: 1–0)
 NorwayGangneung Hockey Centre, Gangneung
Attendance: 5,534
Qualification playoff
20 February 2018
21:10
Switzerland  1–2 OT
(0–1, 1–0, 0–0)
(OT: 0–1)
 GermanyKwandong Hockey Centre, Pyeongchang
Attendance: 2,878
Quarterfinal
21 February 2018
21:10
Sweden 3–4 OT
(0–2, 0–0, 3–1)
(OT 0–1)
 GermanyKwandong Hockey Centre, Pyeongchang
Attendance: 2,092
Semifinal
23 February 2018
21:10
Canada 3–4
(0–1, 1–3, 2–0)
 GermanyGangneung Hockey Centre, Pyeongchang
Attendance: 4,057
Final
25 February 2018
13:10
1st, gold medalist(s) Olympic Athletes from Russia 4–3 OT
(1–0, 0–1, 2–2)
(OT 1–0)
 Germany 2nd, silver medalist(s)Gangneung Hockey Centre, Gangneung
Attendance: 5,075

Luge[edit]

Based on results of the 2017–18 Luge World Cup, Germany qualified ten athletes and a relay team. The team consists of three athletes each in the individual events and two doubles sleds. The team was officially named on 16 January 2018.[17]

Men
Athlete Event Run 1 Run 2 Run 3 Run 4 Total
Time Rank Time Rank Time Rank Time Rank Time Rank
Andi Langenhan Singles 48.083 18 47.850 8 47.630 7 47.870 13 3:11.433 11
Felix Loch 47.674 2 47.625 1 47.560 2 48.109 19 3:10.968 5
Johannes Ludwig 47.764 3 47.940 14 47.625 6 47.603 3 3:10.932 3rd, bronze medalist(s)
Tobias Arlt
Tobias Wendl
Doubles 45.820 1 45.877 1 N/A 1:31.697 1st, gold medalist(s)
Sascha Benecken
Toni Eggert
45.931 3 46.056 3 N/A 1:31.987 3rd, bronze medalist(s)
Women
Athlete Event Run 1 Run 2 Run 3 Run 4 Total
Time Rank Time Rank Time Rank Time Rank Time Rank
Dajana Eitberger Singles 46.381 7 46.193 2 46.577 7 46.448 1 3:05.599 2nd, silver medalist(s)
Natalie Geisenberger 46.245 1 46.209 3 46.280 1 46.498 2 3:05.232 1st, gold medalist(s)
Tatjana Hüfner 46.322 3 46.339 6 46.392 2 46.660 5 3:05.713 4
Mixed team relay
Athlete Event Run 1 Run 2 Run 3 Total
Time Rank Time Rank Time Rank Time Rank
Tobias Arlt
Natalie Geisenberger
Johannes Ludwig
Tobias Wendl
Team relay 46.870 1 48.822 5 48.825 1 2:24.517 1st, gold medalist(s)

Nordic combined[edit]

DOSB announced the 5 athletes participating on 23 January 2017.[2]

Athlete Event Ski jumping Cross-country Total
Distance Points Rank Time Rank Time Rank
Eric Frenzel Normal hill/10 km 106.5 121.7 5 24:19.4 6 24:51.4 1st, gold medalist(s)
Large hill/10 km 136.5 132.9 4 23:29.3 7 23:53.3 3rd, bronze medalist(s)
Vinzenz Geiger Normal hill/10 km 103.5 105.4 13 24:15.9 7 25:56.9 9
Large hill/10 km 129.0 124.0 9 23:42.6 13 24:42.6 7
Fabian Rießle Normal hill/10 km 94.5 99.9 16 23:53.7 4 25:56.7 7
Large hill/10 km 130.5 130.3 6 23:18.9 3 23:52.9 2nd, silver medalist(s)
Johannes Rydzek Normal hill/10 km 101.0 109.1 11 23:53.3 3 25:19.3 5
Large hill/10 km 133.5 131.2 5 23:21.5 4 23:52.5 1st, gold medalist(s)
Eric Frenzel
Vinzenz Geiger
Fabian Rießle
Johannes Rydzek
Team large hill/4 x 5 km 532.0 464.7 2 46:03.8 1 46:09.8 1st, gold medalist(s)

Short track speed skating[edit]

According to the ISU Special Olympic Qualification Rankings, Germany has qualified one man and two women.[18]

On 23 January 2017, DOSB announced that they will only use the 2 female quota and nominated the 2 athletes.[2]

Athlete Event Heat Quarterfinal Semifinal Final
Time Rank Time Rank Time Rank Time Rank
Anna Seidel Women's 500 m 43.742 2 Q 44.325 4 Did not advance
Women's 1000 m PEN Did not advance
Women's 1500 m 2:56.976 5 ADV N/A 3:00.658 7 Did not advance
Bianca Walter Women's 500 m 43.541 3 Did not advance
Women's 1000 m 1:36.128 3 ADV 1:31.085 5 Did not advance
Women's 1500 m 2:30.819 5 N/A Did not advance

Skeleton[edit]

Based on the world rankings, Germany qualified 6 sleds.[19][20]

On 23 January 2017, DOSB announced the 6 competing athletes.[2]

Athlete Event Run 1 Run 2 Run 3 Run 4 Total
Time Rank Time Rank Time Rank Time Rank Time Rank
Alexander Gassner Men's 51.05 9 51.08 12 51.04 11 50.93 8 3:24.10 9
Christopher Grotheer 51.05 9 51.06 11 51.01 10 50.93 8 3:24.05 8
Axel Jungk 50.77 3 51.01 9 50.83 8 50.99 10 3:23.60 7
Anna Fernstädt Women's 51.99 5 52.17 5 51.88 3 52.00 6 3:28.04 6
Tina Hermann 51.98 4 52.31 10 51.83 1 51.86 4 3:27.98 5
Jacqueline Lölling 51.74 2 52.12 4 52.04 7 51.83 3 3:27.73 2nd, silver medalist(s)

Ski jumping[edit]

DOSB announced the 5 men and 4 women participating on 23 January 2017.[2]

Men
Athlete Event Qualification First round Final Total
Distance Points Rank Distance Points Rank Distance Points Rank Points Rank
Markus Eisenbichler Normal hill 102.5 127.7 6 Q 106.0 121.6 7 Q 106.5 118.6 9 240.2 8
Large hill 135.0 123.6 9 Q 130.0 128.7 16 Q 130.5 126.7 10 255.4 14
Richard Freitag Normal hill 102.0 129.1 4 Q 106.0 125.5 4 Q 102.5 114.5 13 240.0 9
Large hill 130.0 116.8 11 Q 130.0 131.5 11 Q 127.5 128.5 8 260.0 9
Karl Geiger Normal hill 102.0 125.5 7 Q 103.5 120.3 8 Q 105.0 116.4 12 236.7 10
Large hill 130.5 117.7 12 Q 132.0 129.5 14 Q 137.5 138.1 5 267.6 7
Andreas Wellinger Normal hill 103.0 133.5 1 Q 104.5 124.9 5 Q 113.5 134.4 1 259.3 1st, gold medalist(s)
Large hill 135.0 127.1 3 Q 135.5 138.8 3 Q 142.0 143.5 2 282.3 2nd, silver medalist(s)
Karl Geiger
Stephan Leyhe
Richard Freitag
Andreas Wellinger
Large hill team N/A 538.5 543.9 2 Q 532.0 531.8 2 1075.7 2nd, silver medalist(s)
Women
Athlete Event First round Final Total
Distance Points Rank Distance Points Rank Points Rank
Katharina Althaus Normal hill 106.5 123.2 2 Q 106.0 129.4 2 252.6 2nd, silver medalist(s)
Juliane Seyfarth 102.5 108.3 8 Q 90.0 86.0 17 194.3 10
Ramona Straub 98.5 104.4 10 Q 98.5 106.1 8 210.7 8
Carina Vogt 97.0 108.6 6 Q 101.5 119.3 4 227.9 5

Snowboarding[edit]

DOSB announced the 7 men and 6 women participating on 23 January 2017.[2]

Freestyle
Athlete Event Qualification Final
Run 1 Run 2 Best Rank Run 1 Run 2 Run 3 Best Rank
Johannes Höpfl Men's halfpipe 53.25 59.50 59.50 23 Did not advance
Silvia Mittermüller Women's slopestyle Canceled 1.00 DNS CAN 1.00 26

Qualification Legend: QF – Qualify directly to final; QS – Qualify to semifinal

Parallel
Athlete Event Qualification Round of 16 Quarterfinal Semifinal Final
Time Rank Opposition
Time
Opposition
Time
Opposition
Time
Opposition
Time
Rank
Stefan Baumeister Men's giant slalom 1:25.37 7 Q  Kislinger (AUT)
W –0.22
 Košir (SLO)
L +3.07
Did not advance
Alexander Bergmann 1:29.25 31 Did not advance
Patrick Bussler 1:26.77 25 Did not advance
Ramona Hofmeister Women's giant slalom 1:31.98 5 Q  Jenny (SUI)
W DNF
 Meschik (AUT)
W –0.78
 Ledecká (CZE)
L DNF
 Zavarzina (OAR)
W +4.07
3rd, bronze medalist(s)
Selina Jörg 1:30.27 3 Q  Tudegesheva (OAR)
W -0.65
 Takeuchi (JPN)
W –0.62
 Zavarzina (OAR)
W DNF
 Ledecká (CZE)
L +0.46
2nd, silver medalist(s)
Carolin Langenhorst 1:31.58 4 Q  Meschik (AUT)
L +0.02
Did not advance
Anke Wöhrer 1:34.70 21 Did not advance
Snowboard cross
Athlete Event Seeding 1/8 final Quarterfinal Semifinal Final
Run 1 Run 2 Best Seed
Time Rank Time Rank Position Position Position Position Rank
Paul Berg Men's snowboard cross 1:14.39 14 Bye 1:14.39 14 2 Q 5 Did not advance
Martin Nörl 1:14.12 7 Bye 1:14.12 7 1 Q 1 Q 4 FB 2 8
Konstantin Schad 1:15.73 30 DNS 1:15.73 33 4 Did not advance
Jana Fischer Women's snowboard cross 1:22.92 21 DNF 1:22.92 22 Q N/A 4 Did not advance

Speed skating[edit]

DOSB announced the 4 men and 5 women participating on 23 January 2017.[2]

Men
Athlete Event Race
Time Rank
Patrick Beckert 5000 m 6:17.91 10
10000 m 13:01.94 7
Joel Dufter 500 m 35.506 29
1000 m 1:09.46 14
Moritz Geisreiter 5000 m 6:18.34 12
10000 m 13:06.35 9
Nico Ihle 500 m 34.89 8
1000 m 1:08.93 8
Women
Athlete Event Race
Time Rank
Judith Dannhauer 500 m 38.534 16
1000 m 1:17.41 26
Roxanne Dufter 1500 m 2:00.33 24
3000 m 4:16.87 23
Gabriele Hirschbichler 1000 m 1:16.03 15
1500 m 1:58.24 12
Claudia Pechstein 3000 m 4:04.49 9
5000 m 7:05.43 8
Michelle Uhrig 1000 m 1:20.81 31
Mass start
Athlete Event Semifinal Final
Points Time Rank Points Time Rank
Claudia Pechstein Women's mass start 5 8:35.58 4 Q 0 8:41.45 13
Team pursuit
Athlete Event Quarterfinal Semifinal Final
Opposition
Time
Rank Opposition
Time
Rank Opposition
Time
Rank
Roxanne Dufter
Gabriele Hirschbichler
Claudia Pechstein
Michelle Uhrig
Women's team pursuit  Canada (CAN)
L 3:02.65
6 FC Did not advance Final C
 China (CHN)
L 3:04.67
6

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