|1989 Cortina d'Ampezzo||Four-man|
|1990 St. Moritz||Two-man|
|1990 St. Moritz||Four-man|
|1989 Cortina d'Ampezzo||Two-man|
|World Cup Championships|
Gustav Weder (born 2 August 1961 in Diepoldsau) is a Swiss bobsledder who competed from the late 1980s to the early 1990s. Competing in two Winter Olympics, he won four medals with two gold (Two-man: 1992, 1994), one silver (Four-man: 1994), and one bronze (Four-man: 1992).
He was also a Bobsleigh World Cup champion four times (Combined men's: 1988-9, 1990-1; Two-man: 1988-9, Four-man: 1990-1).
Known for his intensity, Weder would videotape every one of his bobsleigh runs he raced on and study those videos for hours. It was so intense that Weder was caught one night during the FIBT World Championships 1990 in St. Moritz scrapping ice off of a difficult corner on the track. Bobsleigh officials allowed him to compete, and he won his first world championship in the four-man event.
- Bobsleigh two-man Olympic medalists 1932-56 and since 1964
- Bobsleigh four-man Olympic medalists for 1924, 1932-56, and since 1964
- Bobsleigh two-man world championship medalists since 1931
- Bobsleigh four-man world championship medalists since 1930
- DatabaseOlympics.com profile
- List of combined men's bobsleigh World Cup champions: 1985-2007
- List of four-man bobsleigh World Cup champions since 1985
- List of two-man bobsleigh World Cup champions since 1985
- Wallechinsky, David and Jaime Loucky (2009). "Bobsleigh: Two-Man". In The Complete Book of the Winter Olympics: 2010 Edition. London: Aurum Press Limited. p. 159.
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