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The Luge World Cup season is a yearly competition first organized by the International Luge Federation since 1977–78. The World Cup is the highest level season-long competition in the sport.

Men's singles[edit]

Season Winner Runner-up Third
1977–78  Anton Winkler (FRG)  Paul Hildgartner (ITA)  Gerd Böhmer (FRG)
 Manfred Schmid (AUT)
1978–79  Paul Hildgartner (ITA)  Hansjörg Raffl (ITA)  Karl Brunner (ITA)
1979–80  Ernst Haspinger (ITA)  Karl Brunner (ITA)  Georg Fluckinger (AUT)
1980–81  Ernst Haspinger (ITA) none awarded  Karl Brunner (ITA)
 Paul Hildgartner (ITA)
1981–82  Ernst Haspinger (ITA) (3)  Sergey Danilin (URS)  Michael Walter (GDR)
1982–83  Paul Hildgartner (ITA) (3)  Sergey Danilin (URS)  Ernst Haspinger (ITA)
1983–84  Michael Walter (GDR)  Norbert Huber (ITA)  Yuri Kharchenko (URS)
1984–85  Norbert Huber (ITA)  Markus Prock (AUT)  Gerhard Sandbichler (AUT)
 Wolfgang Schädler (LIE)
1985–86  Norbert Huber (ITA)  Johannes Schettel (FRG)  Paul Hildgartner (ITA)
1986–87  Norbert Huber (ITA) (3)  Rene Friedl (GDR)  Paul Hildgartner (ITA)
 Markus Prock (AUT)
1987–88  Markus Prock (AUT)  Yuri Kharchenko (URS)  Jens Müller (GDR)
1988–89  Georg Hackl (FRG)  Jens Müller (GDR)  Johannes Schettel (FRG)
1989–90  Georg Hackl (FRG) (2)  Markus Prock (AUT)  Norbert Huber (ITA)
1990–91  Markus Prock (AUT)  Georg Hackl (GER)  Jens Müller (GER)
1991–92  Markus Prock (AUT)  Duncan Kennedy (USA)  Georg Hackl (GER)
1992–93  Markus Prock (AUT)  Georg Hackl (GER)  Duncan Kennedy (USA)
1993–94  Markus Prock (AUT)  Duncan Kennedy (USA)  Georg Hackl (GER)
1994–95  Markus Prock (AUT)  Armin Zöggeler (ITA)  Jens Müller (GER)
1995–96  Markus Prock (AUT)  Armin Zöggeler (ITA)  Georg Hackl (GER)
1996–97  Markus Prock (AUT)  Jens Müller (GER)  Wilfried Huber (ITA)
1997–98  Armin Zöggeler (ITA)  Norbert Huber (ITA)  Gerhard Gleirscher (AUT)
1998–99  Markus Prock (AUT)  Georg Hackl (GER)  Jens Müller (GER)
1999–2000  Armin Zöggeler (ITA)  Jens Müller (GER)  Georg Hackl (GER)
2000–01  Armin Zöggeler (ITA)  Georg Hackl (GER)  Markus Prock (AUT)
2001–02  Markus Prock (AUT) (10)  Armin Zöggeler (ITA)  Georg Hackl (GER)
2002–03  Markus Kleinheinz (AUT)  Georg Hackl (GER)  Armin Zöggeler (ITA)
2003–04  Armin Zöggeler (ITA)  Georg Hackl (GER)  David Möller (GER)
2004–05  Albert Demtschenko (RUS)  Georg Hackl (GER)  Markus Kleinheinz (AUT)
 David Möller (GER)
2005–06  Armin Zöggeler (ITA)  David Möller (GER)  Tony Benshoof (USA)
2006–07  Armin Zöggeler (ITA)  David Möller (GER)  Reinhold Rainer (ITA)
2007–08  Armin Zöggeler (ITA)  David Möller (GER)  Albert Demtschenko (RUS)
2008–09  Armin Zöggeler (ITA)  David Möller (GER)  Jan Eichhorn (GER)
2009–10  Armin Zöggeler (ITA)  Albert Demtschenko (RUS)  Felix Loch (GER)
2010–11  Armin Zöggeler (ITA) (10)  Felix Loch (GER)  Albert Demtschenko (RUS)
2011–12  Felix Loch (GER)  Andi Langenhan (GER)  David Möller (GER)
2012–13  Felix Loch (GER)  Andi Langenhan (GER)  David Möller (GER)
2013–14  Felix Loch (GER)  Armin Zöggeler (ITA)  Dominik Fischnaller (ITA)
2014–15  Felix Loch (GER)  Andi Langenhan (GER)  Wolfgang Kindl (AUT)
2015–16  Felix Loch (GER)  Wolfgang Kindl (AUT)  Chris Mazdzer (USA)
2016–17  Roman Repilov (RUS)  Felix Loch (GER)  Wolfgang Kindl (AUT)
2017–18  Felix Loch (GER) (6)  Wolfgang Kindl (AUT)  Roman Repilov (RUS)
  • Medals:
Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Italy 19 9 10 38
2  Austria 11 4 9 24
3  Germany 6 18 14 38
4  West Germany 3 1 2 6
5  Russia 2 1 3 6
6  East Germany 1 2 2 5
7  Soviet Union 0 3 1 4
8  United States 0 2 3 5
9  Liechtenstein 0 0 1 1
Total 42 40 45 127

Women's singles[edit]

Season Winner Runner-up Third
1977–78  Regina König (FRG)  Andrea Fendt (FRG)  Angelika Schafferer (AUT)
 Margit Schumann (GDR)
 Roswitha Stenzel (GDR)
1978–79  Angelika Schafferer (AUT)  Marie-Louise Rainer (ITA)  Christine Brunner (AUT)
1979–80  Angelika Schafferer (AUT)  Bettina Schmidt (GDR)  Christine Brunner (AUT)
1980–81  Angelika Schafferer (AUT) (3)  Monika Auer (ITA)  Marie-Louise Rainer (ITA)
1981–82  Vera Zozula (URS)  Marie-Louise Rainer (ITA)  Monika Auer (ITA)
1982–83  Ute Weiss (GDR)  Ingrida Amantova (URS)  Melitta Sollmann (GDR)
1983–84  Steffi Martin (GDR) none awarded  Ute Oberhoffner-Weiss (GDR)
 Bettina Schmidt (GDR)
1984–85  Cerstin Schmidt (GDR)  Ute Oberhoffner-Weiss (GDR)  Marie-Louise Rainer (ITA)
1985–86  Marie-Louise Rainer (ITA)  Cerstin Schmidt (GDR)  Ute Oberhoffner-Weiss (GDR)
1986–87  Cerstin Schmidt (GDR) (2)  Marie-Louise Rainer (ITA)  Gabriele Kohlisch (GDR)
 Bonny Warner (USA)
1987–88  Yuliya Antipova (URS)  Marie-Louise Rainer (ITA)  Gabriele Kohlisch (GDR)
1988–89  Ute Oberhoffner-Weiss (GDR) (2)  Gerda Weissensteiner (ITA)  Yuliya Antipova (URS)
1989–90  Yuliya Antipova (URS) (2)  Gerda Weissensteiner (ITA)  Jana Bode (FRG)
1990–91  Susi Erdmann (GER)  Gerda Weissensteiner (ITA)  Gabriele Kohlisch (GER)
1991–92  Susi Erdmann (GER) (2)  Cammy Myler (USA)  Gabriele Kohlisch (GER)
 Doris Neuner (AUT)
1992–93  Gerda Weissensteiner (ITA)  Doris Neuner (AUT)  Andrea Tagwerker (AUT)
1993–94  Gabriele Kohlisch (GER)  Jana Bode (GER)  Susi Erdmann (GER)
 Andrea Tagwerker (AUT)
1994–95  Sylke Otto (GER)  Gabriele Kohlisch (GER)  Jana Bode (GER)
1995–96  Jana Bode (GER)  Gerda Weissensteiner (ITA)  Gabriele Kohlisch (GER)
1996–97  Andrea Tagwerker (AUT)  Angelika Neuner (AUT)  Jana Bode (GER)
1997–98  Gerda Weissensteiner (ITA) (2)  Silke Kraushaar (GER)  Cammy Myler (USA)
1998–99  Silke Kraushaar (GER)  Sylke Otto (GER)  Barbara Niedernhuber (GER)
1999–2000  Sylke Otto (GER)  Silke Kraushaar (GER)  Barbara Niedernhuber (GER)
2000–01  Silke Kraushaar (GER)  Sylke Otto (GER)  Angelika Neuner (AUT)
2001–02  Silke Kraushaar (GER)  Sylke Otto (GER)  Barbara Niedernhuber (GER)
2002–03  Sylke Otto (GER)  Silke Kraushaar (GER)  Barbara Niedernhuber (GER)
2003–04  Sylke Otto (GER) (4)  Silke Kraushaar (GER)  Barbara Niedernhuber (GER)
2004–05  Barbara Niedernhuber (GER)  Silke Kraushaar (GER)  Sylke Otto (GER)
2005–06  Silke Kraushaar (GER)  Sylke Otto (GER)  Tatjana Hüfner (GER)
2006–07  Silke Kraushaar-Pielach (GER) (5)  Tatjana Hüfner (GER)  Anke Wischnewski (GER)
2007–08  Tatjana Hüfner (GER)  Silke Kraushaar-Pielach (GER)  Natalie Geisenberger (GER)
2008–09  Tatjana Hüfner (GER)  Natalie Geisenberger (GER)  Anke Wischnewski (GER)
2009–10  Tatjana Hüfner (GER)  Natalie Geisenberger (GER)  Anke Wischnewski (GER)
2010–11  Tatjana Hüfner (GER)  Natalie Geisenberger (GER)  Anke Wischnewski (GER)
2011–12  Tatjana Hüfner (GER) (5)  Natalie Geisenberger (GER)  Anke Wischnewski (GER)
2012–13  Natalie Geisenberger (GER)  Anke Wischnewski (GER)  Tatjana Hüfner (GER)
2013–14  Natalie Geisenberger (GER)  Alex Gough (CAN)  Tatjana Hüfner (GER)
2014–15  Natalie Geisenberger (GER)  Dajana Eitberger (GER)  Tatjana Hüfner (GER)
2015–16  Natalie Geisenberger (GER)  Tatiana Ivanova (RUS)  Tatjana Hüfner (GER)
2016–17  Natalie Geisenberger (GER)  Tatjana Hüfner (GER)  Tatiana Ivanova (RUS)
2017–18  Natalie Geisenberger (GER) (6)  Dajana Eitberger (GER)  Summer Britcher (USA)
  • Medals:
Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Germany 25 21 23 69
2  East Germany 6 3 7 16
3  Austria 4 2 7 13
4  Italy 3 9 3 15
5  Soviet Union 3 1 1 5
6  West Germany 1 1 1 3
7  United States 0 1 3 4
8  Russia 0 1 1 2
9  Canada 0 1 0 1
Total 42 40 46 128
Rank Luger Win
1 Germany Sylke Otto 37
2 Germany Silke Kraushaar 36
3 Germany Tatjana Hüfner 35
4 Germany Natalie Geisenberger 33
5 Germany Gabriele Kohlisch 13
Italy Gerda Weissensteiner 13
7 Germany Jana Bode 11
8 Germany Cerstin Schmidt 8
9 Germany Ute Oberhoffner 7
10 Germany Steffi Martin 6
Italy Marie-Luise Rainer 6
  • Most Podium :
Rank Luger Podium
1 Germany Silke Kraushaar 76
2 Germany Natalie Geisenberger 69
Germany Tatjana Hüfner 69
4 Germany Sylke Otto 68
5 Germany Anke Wischnewski 46
6 Germany Barbara Niedernhuber 37
7 Germany Gabriele Kohlisch 33
8 Italy Gerda Weissensteiner 29
9 Germany Jana Bode 28
Germany Susi Erdmann 28
20-24 Podium (3 lugers)

Doubles[edit]

Season Winner Runner-up Third
1977–78  Italy
Peter Gschnitzer
Karl Brunner
 West Germany
Hans Brandner
Balthasar Schwarm
 West Germany
Stefan Hölzlwimmer
Rudolf Grosswang
1978–79  Italy
Peter Gschnitzer (2)
Karl Brunner (2)
 Austria
Georg Fluckinger
Karl Schrott
 West Germany
Hans Brandner
Balthasar Schwarm
1979–80  Austria
Günther Lemmerer
Reinhold Sulzbacher
 Austria
Georg Fluckinger
Karl Schrott
 Italy
Peter Gschnitzer
Karl Brunner
1980–81  Austria
Günther Lemmerer
Reinhold Sulzbacher
 Italy
Hansjörg Raffl
Karl Brunner
 West Germany
Hans Stangassinger
Franz Wembacher
1981–82  Austria
Günther Lemmerer (3)
Reinhold Sulzbacher (3)
 Austria
Georg Fluckinger
Franz Wilhelmer
 Soviet Union
Juris Eisaks
Einārs Veikša
1982–83  Italy
Hansjörg Raffl
Norbert Huber
 West Germany
Hans Stangassinger
Franz Wembacher
 West Germany
Thomas Schwab
Wolfgang Staudinger
1983–84  East Germany
Jörg Hoffmann
Jochen Pietzsch
 Austria
Georg Fluckinger
Franz Wilhelmer
none awarded
 Italy
Hansjörg Raffl
Norbert Huber
1984–85  Italy
Hansjörg Raffl
Norbert Huber
 Austria
Georg Fluckinger
Franz Wilhelmer
 East Germany
René Keller
Lutz Kühnlenz
1985–86  Italy
Hansjörg Raffl
Norbert Huber
 West Germany
Thomas Schwab
Wolfgang Staudinger
 West Germany
Stefan Ilsanker
Georg Hackl
1986–87  West Germany
Thomas Schwab
Wolfgang Staudinger
 West Germany
Stefan Ilsanker
Georg Hackl
 Italy
Hansjörg Raffl
Norbert Huber
1987–88  Soviet Union
Yevgeny Belousov
Aleksandr Belyakov
 West Germany
Stefan Ilsanker
Georg Hackl
 Italy
Hansjörg Raffl
Norbert Huber
 Soviet Union
Vitaliy Melnik
Dimitriy Alekseyev
1988–89  Italy
Hansjörg Raffl
Norbert Huber
 East Germany
Stefan Krauße
Jan Behrendt
 East Germany
Jörg Hoffmann
Jochen Pietzsch
1989–90  Italy
Hansjörg Raffl
Norbert Huber
 Italy
Kurt Brugger
Wilfried Huber
 West Germany
Stefan Ilsanker
Georg Hackl
1990–91  Italy
Hansjörg Raffl
Norbert Huber
 Germany
Stefan Krauße
Jan Behrendt
 Italy
Kurt Brugger
Wilfried Huber
1991–92  Italy
Hansjörg Raffl
Norbert Huber
 Germany
Yves Mankel
Thomas Rudolph
 Germany
Stefan Krauße
Jan Behrendt
1992–93  Italy
Hansjörg Raffl (8)
Norbert Huber (8)
 Italy
Kurt Brugger
Wilfried Huber
 Germany
Stefan Krauße
Jan Behrendt
1993–94  Germany
Stefan Krauße
Jan Behrendt
 Austria
Tobias Schiegl
Markus Schiegl
 Germany
Steffen Skel
Steffen Wöller
1994–95  Germany
Stefan Krauße
Jan Behrendt
 Italy
Kurt Brugger
Wilfried Huber
 United States
Chris Thorpe
Gordy Sheer
1995–96  Germany
Stefan Krauße (3)
Jan Behrendt (3)
 Germany
Yves Mankel
Thomas Rudolph
 United States
Chris Thorpe
Gordy Sheer
1996–97  United States
Chris Thorpe
Gordy Sheer
 Italy
Gerhard Plankensteiner
Oswald Haselrieder
 Austria
Tobias Schiegl
Markus Schiegl
1997–98  United States
Mark Grimmette
Brian Martin
 Italy
Kurt Brugger
Wilfried Huber
 Italy
Gerhard Plankensteiner
Oswald Haselrieder
1998–99  United States
Mark Grimmette
Brian Martin
 Austria
Tobias Schiegl
Markus Schiegl
 Germany
Patric Leitner
Alexander Resch
1999–2000  Germany
Patric Leitner
Alexander Resch
 Germany
Steffen Skel
Steffen Wöller
 United States
Mark Grimmette
Brian Martin
2000–01  Germany
Steffen Skel
Steffen Wöller
 Germany
André Florschütz
Torsten Wustlich
 Germany
Patric Leitner
Alexander Resch
2001–02  Germany
Patric Leitner
Alexander Resch
 Germany
Steffen Skel
Steffen Wöller
 Austria
Tobias Schiegl
Markus Schiegl
2002–03  United States (4)
Mark Grimmette (3)
Brian Martin (3)
 Germany
Patric Leitner
Alexander Resch
 Austria
Tobias Schiegl
Markus Schiegl
2003–04  Germany
Patric Leitner
Alexander Resch
 Germany
André Florschütz
Torsten Wustlich
 Italy
Christian Oberstolz
Patrick Gruber
2004–05  Italy
Christian Oberstolz
Patrick Gruber
 Germany
André Florschütz
Torsten Wustlich
 Austria
Andreas Linger
Wolfgang Linger
2005–06  Germany
Patric Leitner
Alexander Resch
 Italy
Christian Oberstolz
Patrick Gruber
 Germany
André Florschütz
Torsten Wustlich
2006–07  Germany
Patric Leitner
Alexander Resch
 Italy
Christian Oberstolz
Patrick Gruber
 Italy
Gerhard Plankensteiner
Oswald Haselrieder
2007–08  Germany
Patric Leitner (6)
Alexander Resch (6)
 Italy
Christian Oberstolz
Patrick Gruber
 Austria
Andreas Linger
Wolfgang Linger
2008–09  Italy (12)
Christian Oberstolz (2)
Patrick Gruber (2)
 Germany
Patric Leitner
Alexander Resch
 Austria
Andreas Linger
Wolfgang Linger
2009–10  Germany
André Florschütz
Torsten Wustlich
 Germany
Patric Leitner
Alexander Resch
 Italy
Christian Oberstolz
Patrick Gruber
2010–11  Germany
Tobias Wendl
Tobias Arlt
 Austria
Andreas Linger
Wolfgang Linger
 Italy
Christian Oberstolz
Patrick Gruber
2011–12  Austria (4)
Andreas Linger
Wolfgang Linger
 Germany
Tobias Wendl
Tobias Arlt
 Germany
Toni Eggert
Sascha Benecken
2012–13  Germany
Tobias Wendl
Tobias Arlt
 Germany
Toni Eggert
Sascha Benecken
 Austria
Peter Penz
Georg Fischler
2013–14  Germany
Tobias Wendl
Tobias Arlt
 Germany
Toni Eggert
Sascha Benecken
 Italy
Christian Oberstolz
Patrick Gruber
2014–15  Germany
Toni Eggert
Sascha Benecken
 Germany
Tobias Wendl
Tobias Arlt
 Latvia
Andris Šics
Juris Šics
2015–16  Germany
Tobias Wendl (4)
Tobias Arlt (4)
 Germany
Toni Eggert
Sascha Benecken
 Austria
Peter Penz
Georg Fischler
2016–17  Germany
Toni Eggert
Sascha Benecken
 Germany
Tobias Wendl
Tobias Arlt
 United States
Matt Mortensen
Jayson Terdiman
2017–18  Germany (18)
Toni Eggert (3)
Sascha Benecken (3)
 Germany
Tobias Wendl
Tobias Arlt
 Austria
Peter Penz
Georg Fischler
  • Medals:
Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Germany 18 18 7 43
2  Italy 12 10 10 32
3  Austria 4 8 9 21
4  United States 4 0 4 8
5  West Germany 1 5 6 12
6  East Germany 1 1 2 4
7  Soviet Union 1 0 2 3
8  Latvia 0 0 1 1
Total 41 42 41 124

Team World Cup[edit]

Season Winner Runner-up Third
2003–04 Germany Germany Italy Italy Austria Austria
2004–05 Germany Germany Italy Italy United States United States
2005–06 Italy Italy Austria Austria none awarded
Germany Germany
United States United States
2006–07 Canada Canada United States United States Germany Germany
2007–08 Germany Germany United States United States Austria Austria
2008–09 Germany Germany Austria Austria United States United States
2009–10 Germany Germany Austria Austria Canada Canada
2010–11 Germany Germany Italy Italy Russia Russia
2011–12 Germany Germany Canada Canada Russia Russia
2012–13 Germany Germany Italy Italy United States United States
2013–14 Germany Germany Canada Canada United States United States
2014–15 Germany Germany Russia Russia United States United States
2015–16 Germany Germany Russia Russia United States United States
2016–17 Germany Germany Latvia Latvia Russia Russia
2017–18 Germany Germany Austria Austria Canada Canada
  • Medals:
Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Germany 13 1 1 15
2  Italy 1 4 0 5
3  Canada 1 2 2 5
4  Austria 0 4 2 6
5  United States 0 3 6 9
6  Russia 0 2 3 5
7  Latvia 0 1 0 1
Total 15 17 14 46

All-time medal count[edit]

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 Germany (GER)625845165
2 Italy (ITA)35322390
3 Austria (AUT)19182764
4 East Germany (GDR)861125
5 West Germany (FRG)57921
6 United States (USA)461626
7 Soviet Union (URS)44412
8 Russia (RUS)24713
9 Canada (CAN)1326
10 Latvia (LAT)0112
11 Liechtenstein (LIE)0011
Totals (11 nations)140139146425

Multiple winners[edit]

Men[edit]

Rank Athlete Country From To Gold Silver Bronze Total
1 Norbert Huber  Italy 1983 1998 11 3 3 17
2 Armin Zöggeler  Italy 1995 2014 10 4 1 15
3 Markus Prock  Austria 1985 2002 10 2 2 14
4 Hansjörg Raffl  Italy 1979 1993 8 3 2 13
5 Patric Leitner  Germany 1999 2010 6 3 2 11
Alexander Resch  Germany 1999 2010 6 3 2 11
7 Felix Loch  Germany 2010 2018 6 2 1 9
8 Tobias Arlt  Germany 2011 2018 4 4 - 8
Tobias Wendl  Germany 2011 2018 4 4 - 8
10 Sascha Benecken  Germany 2012 2018 3 3 1 7
Toni Eggert  Germany 2012 2018 3 3 1 7

Women[edit]

Rank Athlete Country From To Gold Silver Bronze Total
1 Natalie Geisenberger  Germany 2008 2018 6 4 1 11
2 Silke Kraushaar-Pielach  Germany 1998 2008 5 6 - 11
3 Tatjana Hüfner  Germany 2006 2017 5 2 5 12
4 Sylke Otto  Germany 1995 2006 4 4 1 9
5 Angelika Schafferer  Austria 1978 1981 3 1 - 4
6 Gerda Weissensteiner  Italy 1989 1998 2 4 - 6
7 Ute Oberhoffner (Weiss)  East Germany 1983 1989 2 1 2 5
8 Cerstin Schmidt  East Germany 1985 1987 2 1 - 3
9 Yuliya Antipova  Soviet Union 1988 1990 2 - 1 3
Susi Erdmann  Germany 1991 1994 2 - 1 3

See also[edit]

References[edit]