|1964 Innsbruck||Men's doubles|
|1969 Königssee||Men's singles|
|1959 Villard-de-Lans||Men's singles|
|1970 Königssee||Men's singles|
|1967 Hammarstrand||Men's singles|
|1971 Olang||Men's singles|
|1967 Königssee||Men's doubles|
|1954 Davos||Men's doubles|
|1962 Weissenbach||Men's doubles|
Feistmantl also won five medals in the men's singles event at the FIL World Luge Championships with one gold (1969), two silvers (1959, 1970), and two bronzes (1967, 1971). He also won three medals in the men's doubles event at the FIL European Luge Championships with one gold (1967) and two silvers (1954, 1962).
At the opening ceremonies of the 1976 Winter Olympics, Feistmantl and fellow Austrian alpine skier Christl Haas were lighters of separate Olympic Flames as defined by Innsbruck's hosting of their second Winter Olympics.
- FIL-Luge.org March 14, 2005 article on the new FIL Hall of Fame, including Feistmantl's induction. - accessed March 8, 2008.
- Fuzilogik Sports - Winter Olympic results - Men's luge
- Hickoksports.com results on Olympic champions inluge and skelton.
- Hickok sports information on World champions in luge and skeleton.
|Final Winter Olympic Torchbearer
with Josef Feistmantl
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