List of Olympic medalists in bobsleigh

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2002 Salt Lake City
Bobsled team members from Germany-2 (orange and white), USA-1, (center row in blue) and USA-2 wave to the crowd after receiving their newly awarded medals during a ceremony in Salt Lake City for the men's four-man bobsled event in the 2002 Winter Olympics.
2010 Vancouver
Army National Guard Outstanding Athlete Program bobsled pilot Sgt. Mike Kohn drives USA-3 through Turn 11 at Whistler Sliding Centre during the first heat of the Olympic two-man bobsled event on Saturday during the 2010 Winter Olympics.
2010 Vancouver
Pilot John Jackson and brakeman Dan Money slide upside down through Turn 16 aboard Great Britain-1 in the Olympic two-man bobsled event 20 February at the Whistler Sliding Centre.
2002 Salt Lake City
Jill Bakken holds flowers aloft and enjoys her moment of triumph after winning the gold in the first-ever women's Olympic bobsled race 19 February. Her brakeman Vonetta Flowers is also being lifted by teammates on the left.

Bobsleigh is an Olympic sport that is contested at the Winter Olympic Games. The sport was included in the first Winter Olympics in 1924 and has been held at every Olympics since, except 1960. The four-man event, which was first held in 1924, was switched to a five-man event in 1928. The two-man event was added to the programme in 1932.[1]

Four man[edit]

The numbers in brackets denotes bobsledders who won gold medal in corresponding disciplines more than one time. Bold numbers denotes record number of victories in certain disciplines.

2010 Vancouver
Former Army World Class Athlete Program bobsledder Steven Holcomb, front right, leads USA-1, AKA "The Night Train", team of Justin Olsen, Steve Mesler and Curtis Tomasevicz to a start time of 4.77 seconds in the third heat of the Olympic four-man bobsled event in Whistler, British Columbia at the 2010 Winter Olympics. The quartet won the first U.S. Olympic gold medal in the sport in 62 years.
Games Gold Silver Bronze
1924 Chamonix
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 Switzerland (SUI)[2]
Eduard Scherrer
Alfred Neveu
Alfred Schläppi
Heinrich Schläppi
 Great Britain (GBR)[3]
Ralph Broome
Thomas Arnold
Alexander Richardson
Rodney Soher
 Belgium (BEL)[4]
Charles Mulder
René Mortiaux
Paul Van den Broeck
Victor Verschueren
Henri Willems
1928 St. Moritz
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 United States (USA)[5]
William Fiske
Nion Tocker
Geoffrey Mason
Clifford Gray
Richard Parke
 United States (USA)[5]
Jennison Heaton
David Granger
Lyman Hine
Thomas Doe
Jay O'Brien
 Germany (GER)[6]
Hanns Kilian
Hans Hess
Sebastian Huber
Valentin Krempl
Hanns Nägle
1932 Lake Placid
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 United States (USA)[7]
William Fiske (2)
Eddie Eagan
Clifford Gray (2)
Jay O'Brien
 United States (USA)[7]
Henry Homburger
Percy Bryant
Francis Stevens
Edmund Horton
 Germany (GER)[8]
Hans Mehlhorn
Max Ludwig
Hanns Kilian
Sebastian Huber
1936 Garmisch-
Partenkirchen

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 Switzerland (SUI)[9]
Pierre Musy
Arnold Gartmann
Charles Bouvier
Joseph Beerli
 Switzerland (SUI)[9]
Reto Capadrutt
Hans Aichele
Fritz Feierabend
Hans Bütikofer
 Great Britain (GBR)[10]
Frederick McEvoy
James Cardno
Guy Dugdale
Charles Green
1948 St. Moritz
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 United States (USA)[11]
Francis Tyler
Patrick Martin
Edward Rimkus
William D'Amico
 Belgium (BEL)[12]
Max Houben
Freddy Mansveld
Louis-Georges Niels
Jacques Mouvet
 United States (USA)[11]
James Bickford
Thomas Hicks
Donald Dupree
William Dupree
1952 Oslo
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 Germany (GER)[13]
Andreas Ostler
Friedrich Kuhn
Lorenz Nieberl
Franz Kemser
 United States (USA)[14]
Stanley Benham
Patrick Martin
Howard Crossett
James Atkinson
 Switzerland (SUI)[15]
Fritz Feierabend
Albert Madörin
André Filippini
Stephan Waser
1956 Cortina d'Ampezzo
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 Switzerland (SUI)[16]
Franz Kapus
Gottfried Diener
Robert Alt
Heinrich Angst
 Italy (ITA)[17]
Eugenio Monti
Ulrico Girardi
Renzo Alverà
Renato Mocellini
 United States (USA)[18]
Arthur Tyler
William Dodge
Charles Butler
James Lamy
1960 Squaw Valley not competed at these Games
1964 Innsbruck
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 Canada (CAN)[19]
Vic Emery
Peter Kirby
Douglas Anakin
John Emery
 Austria (AUT)[20]
Erwin Thaler
Adolf Koxeder
Josef Nairz
Reinhold Durnthaler
 Italy (ITA)[21]
Eugenio Monti
Sergio Siorpaes
Benito Rigoni
Gildo Siorpaes
1968 Grenoble
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 Italy (ITA)[22]
Eugenio Monti
Luciano de Paolis
Roberto Zandonella
Mario Armano
 Austria (AUT)[23]
Erwin Thaler
Reinhold Durnthaler
Herbert Gruber
Josef Eder
 Switzerland (SUI)[24]
Jean Wicki
Hans Candrian
Willi Hofmann
Walter Graf
1972 Sapporo
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 Switzerland (SUI)[25]
Jean Wicki
Edy Hubacher
Hans Leutenegger
Werner Carmichel
 Italy (ITA)[26]
Nevio de Zordo
Gianni Bonichon
Adriano Frassinelli
Corrado dal Fabbro
 West Germany (FRG)[27]
Wolfgang Zimmerer
Peter Utzschneider
Stefan Gaisreiter
Walter Steinbauer
1976 Innsbruck
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 East Germany (GDR)[28]
Meinhard Nehmer
Jochen Babock
Bernhard Germeshausen
Bernhard Lehmann
 Switzerland (SUI)[29]
Erich Schärer
Ulrich Bächli
Rudolf Marti
Joseph Benz
 West Germany (FRG)[30]
Wolfgang Zimmerer
Peter Utzschneider
Bodo Bittner
Manfred Schumann
1980 Lake Placid
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 East Germany (GDR)[31]
Meinhard Nehmer (2)
Bogdan Musiol
Bernhard Germeshausen (2)
Hans-Jürgen Gerhardt
 Switzerland (SUI)[32]
Erich Schärer
Ulrich Bächli
Rudolf Marti
Joseph Benz
 East Germany (GDR)[31]
Horst Schönau
Roland Wetzig
Detlef Richter
Andreas Kirchner
1984 Sarajevo
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 East Germany (GDR)[33]
Wolfgang Hoppe
Roland Wetzig
Dietmar Schauerhammer
Andreas Kirchner
 East Germany (GDR)[33]
Bernhard Lehmann
Bogdan Musiol
Ingo Voge
Eberhard Weise
 Switzerland (SUI)[34]
Silvio Giobellina
Heinz Stettler
Urs Salzmann
Rico Freiermuth
1988 Calgary
details
 Switzerland (SUI)[35]
Ekkehard Fasser
Kurt Meier
Marcel Fässler
Werner Stocker
 East Germany (GDR)[36]
Wolfgang Hoppe
Dietmar Schauerhammer
Bogdan Musiol
Ingo Voge
 Soviet Union (URS)[37]
Jānis Ķipurs
Guntis Osis
Juris Tone
Vladimir Koslov
1992 Albertville
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 Austria (AUT)[38]
Ingo Appelt
Harald Winkler
Gerhard Haidacher
Thomas Schroll
 Germany (GER)[39]
Wolfgang Hoppe
Bogdan Musiol
Axel Kühn
René Hannemann
 Switzerland (SUI)[40]
Gustav Weder
Donat Acklin
Lorenz Schindelholz
Curdin Morell
1994 Lillehammer
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 Germany (GER)[41]
Harald Czudaj
Karsten Brannasch
Olaf Hampel
Alexander Szelig
 Switzerland (SUI)[42]
Gustav Weder
Donat Acklin
Kurt Meier
Domenico Semeraro
 Germany (GER)[41]
Wolfgang Hoppe
Ulf Hielscher
René Hannemann
Carsten Embach
1998 Nagano
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 Germany (GER)[43]
Christoph Langen
Markus Zimmermann
Marco Jakobs
Olaf Hampel (2)
 Switzerland (SUI)[44]
Marcel Rohner
Markus Nüssli
Markus Wasser
Beat Seitz
 France (FRA)[45]
Bruno Mingeon
Emmanuel Hostache
Éric Le Chanony
Max Robert
 Great Britain (GBR)[46]
Sean Olsson
Dean Ward
Courtney Rumbolt
Paul Attwood
2002 Salt Lake City
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 Germany (GER)[47]
André Lange
Enrico Kühn
Kevin Kuske
Carsten Embach
 United States (USA)[48]
Todd Hays
Randy Jones
Bill Schuffenhauer
Garrett Hines
 United States (USA)[48]
Brian Shimer
Mike Kohn
Doug Sharp
Dan Steele
2006 Turin
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 Germany (GER)[49]
André Lange (2)
René Hoppe
Kevin Kuske (2)
Martin Putze
 Russia (RUS)[50]
Alexandr Zubkov
Filipp Yegorov
Alexei Seliverstov
Alexey Voyevoda
 Switzerland (SUI)[51]
Martin Annen
Thomas Lamparter
Beat Hefti
Cedric Grand
2010 Vancouver
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 United States (USA)[52]
Steven Holcomb
Steve Mesler
Curt Tomasevicz
Justin Olsen
 Germany (GER)[53]
André Lange
Kevin Kuske
Alexander Rödiger
Martin Putze
 Canada (CAN)[54]
Lyndon Rush
David Bissett
Lascelles Brown
Chris le Bihan
2014 Sochi
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vacant  Latvia (LAT)
Oskars Melbārdis
Arvis Vilkaste
Daumants Dreiškens
Jānis Strenga
 United States (USA)
Steven Holcomb
Steven Langton
Curtis Tomasevicz
Christopher Fogt
2018 Pyeongchang
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 Germany (GER)
Francesco Friedrich
Candy Bauer
Martin Grothkopp
Thorsten Margis
 Germany (GER)
Nico Walther
Kevin Kuske
Alexander Rödiger
Eric Franke
None awarded
 South Korea (KOR)
Won Yun-jong
Jun Jung-lin
Seo Young-woo
Kim Dong-hyun
  • Medals:
Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Germany 6 3 3 12
2   Switzerland 5 5 5 15
3  United States 4 4 4 12
4  East Germany 3 2 1 6
5  Italy 1 2 1 4
6  Austria 1 2 0 3
7  Canada 1 0 1 2
8  Great Britain 0 1 2 3
9  Belgium 0 1 1 2
10  Latvia 0 1 0 1
 Russia 0 1 0 1
 South Korea 0 1 0 1
13  West Germany 0 0 2 2
14  France 0 0 1 1
 Soviet Union 0 0 1 1
Total 21 23 22 66

Two man[edit]

The numbers in brackets denotes bobsledders who won gold medal in corresponding disciplines more than one time. Bold numbers denotes record number of victories in certain disciplines.

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1932 Lake Placid
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 United States (USA)[7]
Hubert Stevens
and Curtis Stevens
 Switzerland (SUI)[55]
Reto Capadrutt
and Oscar Geier
 United States (USA)[7]
John Heaton
and Robert Minton
1936 Garmisch-
Partenkirchen

details
 United States (USA)[56]
Ivan Brown
and Alan Washbond
 Switzerland (SUI)[9]
Fritz Feierabend
and Joseph Beerli
 United States (USA)[56]
Gilbert Colgate
and Richard Lawrence
1948 St. Moritz
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 Switzerland (SUI)[57]
Felix Endrich
and Friedrich Waller
 Switzerland (SUI)[57]
Fritz Feierabend
and Paul Eberhard
 United States (USA)[11]
Frederick Fortune
and Schuyler Carron
1952 Oslo
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 Germany (GER)[13]
Andreas Ostler
and Lorenz Nieberl
 United States (USA)[14]
Stanley Benham
and Patrick Martin
 Switzerland (SUI)[15]
Fritz Feierabend
and Stephan Waser
1956 Cortina d'Ampezzo
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 Italy (ITA)[17]
Lamberto Dalla Costa
and Giacomo Conti
 Italy (ITA)[17]
Eugenio Monti
and Renzo Alverà
 Switzerland (SUI)[16]
Max Angst
and Harry Warburton
1960 Squaw Valley not competed at these Games
1964 Innsbruck
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 Great Britain (GBR)[58]
Anthony Nash
and Robin Dixon
 Italy (ITA)[21]
Sergio Zardini
and Romano Bonagura
 Italy (ITA)[21]
Eugenio Monti
and Sergio Siorpaes
1968 Grenoble
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 Italy (ITA)[22]
Eugenio Monti
and Luciano de Paolis
 West Germany (FRG)[59]
Horst Floth
and Pepi Bader
 Romania (ROU)[60]
Ion Panţuru
and Nicolae Neagoe
1972 Sapporo
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 West Germany (FRG)[27]
Wolfgang Zimmerer
and Peter Utzschneider
 West Germany (FRG)[27]
Horst Floth
and Pepi Bader
 Switzerland (SUI)[25]
Jean Wicki
and Edy Hubacher
1976 Innsbruck
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 East Germany (GDR)[28]
Meinhard Nehmer
and Bernhard Germeshausen
 West Germany (FRG)[30]
Wolfgang Zimmerer
and Manfred Schumann
 Switzerland (SUI)[29]
Erich Schärer
and Joseph Benz
1980 Lake Placid
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 Switzerland (SUI)[32]
Erich Schärer
and Joseph Benz
 East Germany (GDR)[31]
Bernhard Germeshausen
and Hans-Jürgen Gerhardt
 East Germany (GDR)[31]
Meinhard Nehmer
and Bogdan Musiol
1984 Sarajevo
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 East Germany (GDR)[33]
Wolfgang Hoppe
and Dietmar Schauerhammer
 East Germany (GDR)[33]
Bernhard Lehmann
and Bogdan Musiol
 Soviet Union (URS)[61]
Zintis Ekmanis
and Vladimir Aleksandrov
1988 Calgary
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 Soviet Union (URS)[37]
Jānis Ķipurs
and Vladimir Koslov
 East Germany (GDR)[36]
Wolfgang Hoppe
and Bogdan Musiol
 East Germany (GDR)[36]
Bernhard Lehmann
and Mario Hoyer
1992 Albertville
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 Switzerland (SUI)[40]
Gustav Weder
and Donat Acklin
 Germany (GER)[39]
Rudolf Lochner
and Markus Zimmermann
 Germany (GER)[39]
Christoph Langen
and Günther Eger
1994 Lillehammer
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 Switzerland (SUI)[42]
Gustav Weder (2)
and Donat Acklin (2)
 Switzerland (SUI)[42]
Reto Götschi
and Guido Acklin
 Italy (ITA)[62]
Günther Huber
and Stefano Ticci
1998 Nagano
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 Canada (CAN)[63]
Pierre Lueders
and David MacEachern
None awarded  Germany (GER)[43]
Christoph Langen
and Markus Zimmermann
 Italy (ITA)[64]
Günther Huber
and Antonio Tartaglia
2002 Salt Lake City
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 Germany (GER)[47]
Christoph Langen
and Markus Zimmermann
 Switzerland (SUI)[65]
Christian Reich
and Steve Anderhub
 Switzerland (SUI)[65]
Martin Annen
and Beat Hefti
2006 Turin
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 Germany (GER)[49]
André Lange
and Kevin Kuske
 Canada (CAN)[66]
Pierre Lueders
and Lascelles Brown
 Switzerland (SUI)[51]
Martin Annen
and Beat Hefti
2010 Vancouver
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 Germany (GER)[53]
André Lange (2)
and Kevin Kuske (2)
 Germany (GER)[53]
Thomas Florschütz
and Richard Adjei
 Russia (RUS)[67]
Alexandr Zubkov
and Alexey Voyevoda
2014 Sochi
details
vacant  Switzerland (SUI)
Beat Hefti
and Alex Baumann
 United States (USA)
Steven Holcomb
and Steven Langton
2018 Pyeongchang
details
 Canada (CAN)
Justin Kripps
and Alexander Kopacz
None awarded  Latvia (LAT)
Oskars Melbārdis
and Jānis Strenga
 Germany (GER)
Francesco Friedrich
and Thorsten Margis
  • Medals:
Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Germany 5 2 2 9
2   Switzerland 4 6 6 16
3  Italy 3 2 2 7
4  East Germany 2 3 2 7
5  United States 2 1 4 7
6  Canada 2 1 0 3
7  West Germany 1 3 0 4
8  Soviet Union 1 0 1 2
9  Great Britain 1 0 0 1
10  Latvia 0 0 1 1
 Romania 0 0 1 1
 Russia 0 0 1 1
Total 21 18 20 59

Two woman[edit]

The numbers in brackets denotes bobsledders who won gold medal in corresponding disciplines more than one time. Bold numbers denotes record number of victories in certain disciplines.

Games Gold Silver Bronze
2002 Salt Lake City
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 United States (USA)[48]
Jill Bakken
and Vonetta Flowers
 Germany (GER)[47]
Sandra Prokoff
and Ulrike Holzner
 Germany (GER)[47]
Susi Erdmann
and Nicole Herschmann
2006 Turin
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 Germany (GER)[49]
Sandra Kiriasis
and Anja Schneiderheinze
 United States (USA)[68]
Shauna Rohbock
and Valerie Fleming
 Italy (ITA)[69]
Gerda Weissensteiner
and Jennifer Isacco
2010 Vancouver
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 Canada (CAN)[54]
Kaillie Humphries
and Heather Moyse
 Canada (CAN)[54]
Helen Upperton
and Shelley-Ann Brown
 United States (USA)[52]
Erin Pac
and Elana Meyers
2014 Sochi
details
 Canada (CAN)
Kaillie Humphries (2)
and Heather Moyse (2)
 United States (USA)
Elana Meyers
and Lauryn Williams
 United States (USA)
Jamie Greubel
and Aja Evans
2018 Pyeongchang
details
 Germany (GER)
Mariama Jamanka
and Lisa Buckwitz
 United States (USA)
Elana Meyers Taylor
and Lauren Gibbs
 Canada (CAN)
Kaillie Humphries
and Phylicia George
  • Medals:
Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Canada 2 1 1 4
 Germany 2 1 1 4
3  United States 1 3 2 6
4  Italy 0 0 1 1
Total 5 5 5 15

Statistics[edit]

Medal table[edit]

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Germany 13 6 6 25
2   Switzerland 9 11 11 31
3  United States 7 8 10 25
4  East Germany 5 5 3 13
5  Canada 5 2 2 9
6  Italy 4 4 4 12
7  West Germany 1 3 2 6
8  Austria 1 2 0 3
9  Great Britain 1 1 2 4
10  Soviet Union 1 0 2 3
11  Belgium 0 1 1 2
 Latvia 0 1 1 2
 Russia 0 1 1 2
14  South Korea 0 1 0 1
15  France 0 0 1 1
 Romania 0 0 1 1
TOTAL 47 46 47 140

Bobsledders medal leaders[edit]

East German brakeman Bogdan Musiol participated in five Winter Olympics and won record 7 medals, including gold in 1980.
Men
Biathlete Nation Olympics * Status ** Gold Silver Bronze Total
Bogdan Musiol  East Germany (GDR)
 Germany (GER)
1980–1994 B 1 5 1 7
Kevin Kuske  Germany (GER) 2002–2018 B 4 2 0 6
Wolfgang Hoppe  East Germany (GDR)
 Germany (GER)
1984–1994 P 2 3 1 6
Eugenio Monti  Italy (ITA) 1956, 1964–1968 P 2 2 2 6
André Lange  Germany (GER) 2002–2010 P 4 1 0 5
Fritz Feierabend  Switzerland (SUI) 1936, 1948–1952 B/P 0 3 2 5
Bernhard Germeshausen  East Germany (GDR) 1976–1980 B/P 3 1 0 4
Meinhard Nehmer  East Germany (GDR) 1976–1980 P 3 0 1 4
Donat Acklin  Switzerland (SUI) 1988–1994 B 2 1 1 4
Gustav Weder  Switzerland (SUI) 1988–1994 P 2 1 1 4
Markus Zimmermann  Germany (GER) 1992–2002 B 2 1 1 4
Christoph Langen  West Germany (FRG)
 Germany (GER)
1988–1992,
1998–2002
B/P 2 0 2 4
Joseph Benz  Switzerland (SUI) 1976–1980 B 1 2 1 4
Bernhard Lehmann  East Germany (GDR) 1976, 1984–1988 B/P 1 2 1 4
Erich Schärer  Switzerland (SUI) 1976–1980 P 1 2 1 4
Wolfgang Zimmerer  West Germany (FRG) 1968–1976 P 1 1 2 4
Beat Hefti  Switzerland (SUI) 2002–2014 B/P 0 1 3 4
Women
Biathlete Nation Olympics * Status ** Gold Silver Bronze Total
Kaillie Humphries  Canada (CAN) 2010–2018 P 2 0 1 3
Elana Meyers Taylor  United States (USA) 2010–2018 B/P 0 2 1 3
Heather Moyse  Canada (CAN) 2006–2018 B 2 0 0 2
Sandra Kiriasis (Prokoff)  Germany (GER) 2002–2014 P 1 1 0 2

* denotes all Olympics in which mentioned biathletes took part. Boldface denotes latest Olympics.
** Status: B - participated at Olympics as brakeman, P - participated at Olympics as pilot, B/P - participated at Olympics both as brakeman and as pilot.

Most successful bobsledders[edit]

Top 10 most successful bobsledders (by number of victories) at the Winter Olympics are listed below. Boldface denotes active bobsledders and highest medal count among all bobsledders (including these who not included in these tables) per type.

In 2002-2010, German brakeman Kevin Kuske (left) and pilot André Lange (right) won 5 Olympic medals together, including record 4 golds and one silver. In 2018 Kevin Kuske won another silver medal therefore becoming the most successful bobsledder in Olympic history.

Men[edit]

Rank Bobsledder Country From * To * Gold Silver Bronze Total Status **
1 Kevin Kuske  Germany 2002 2018 4 2 - 6 B
2 André Lange  Germany 2002 2010 4 1 - 5 P
3 Bernhard Germeshausen  East Germany 1976 1980 3 1 - 4 B/P
4 Meinhard Nehmer  East Germany 1976 1980 3 - 1 4 P
5 Wolfgang Hoppe  East Germany
 Germany
1984 1994 2 3 1 6 P
6 Eugenio Monti  Italy 1956 1968 2 2 2 6 P
7 Donat Acklin   Switzerland 1992 1994 2 1 1 4 B
Gustav Weder   Switzerland 1992 1994 2 1 1 4 P
Markus Zimmermann  Germany 1992 2002 2 1 1 4 B
10 Dietmar Schauerhammer  East Germany 1984 1988 2 1 - 3 B
Canadian pilot Kaillie Humphries is the most successful female bobsledder in Olympic history. In 2010 and 2014 she and Heather Moyse won record 2 gold medals. In 2018 Kaillie Humphries won bronze medal in pair with Phylicia George.

Women[edit]

Rank Bobsledder Country From * To * Gold Silver Bronze Total Status **
1 Kaillie Humphries  Canada 2010 2018 2 - 1 3 P
2 Heather Moyse  Canada 2010 2014 2 - - 2 B
3 Sandra Kiriasis (Prokoff)  Germany 2002 2006 1 1 - 2 P
4 Jill Bakken  United States 2002 2002 1 - - 1 P
Lisa Buckwitz  Germany 2018 2018 1 - - 1 B
Vonetta Flowers  United States 2002 2002 1 - - 1 B
Mariama Jamanka  Germany 2018 2018 1 - - 1 P
Anja Schneiderheinze  Germany 2006 2006 1 - - 1 B
9 Elana Meyers Taylor  United States 2010 2018 - 2 1 3 B/P
10 Shelley-Ann Brown  Canada 2010 2010 - 1 - 1 B
Valerie Fleming  United States 2006 2006 - 1 - 1 B
Lauren Gibbs  United States 2018 2018 - 1 - 1 B
Ulrike Holzner  Germany 2002 2002 - 1 - 1 B
Shauna Rohbock  United States 2006 2006 - 1 - 1 P
Helen Upperton  Canada 2010 2010 - 1 - 1 P
Lauryn Williams  United States 2014 2014 - 1 - 1 B

* denotes only those Olympics at which mentioned biathletes won at least one medal
** Status: B - won Olympic medals as brakeman, P - won Olympic medals as Olympics as pilot, B/P - won Olympic medals both as brakeman and as pilot.

Medals per year[edit]

× NOC did not exist or did not participate in bobsleigh events # Number of medals won by the NOC NOC did not win any medals
  • bolded numbers indicate the highest medal count at that year's Olympic Games.
NOC 24 28 32 36 48 52 56 60 64 68 72 76 80 84 88 92 94 98 02 06 10 14 18 Total
 Austria (AUT) × × × 1 1 1 3
 Belgium (BEL) 1 1 × × × × × × × × × × × × 2
 Canada (CAN) × × × × × × × × 1 1 1 3 1 2 9
 France (FRA) × × × × 1 × 1
 East Germany (GDR) × × × × × × × × × × × 2 4 4 3 × × × × × × × × 13
 West Germany (FRG) × × × × × × × × × 1 3 2 × × × × × × × × 6
 Germany (GER) × 1 1 × 2 × × × × × × × × × 3 2 2 4 3 3 4 25
 Great Britain (GBR) 1 × 1 × × 1 1 4
 Italy (ITA) 3 × 3 2 1 1 1 1 12
 Latvia (LAT) × × × × × × × × × × × × × × × 1 1 2
 Romania (ROU) × × × × 1 1
 Russia (RUS) × × × × × × × × × × × × × × × × 1 1 2 × 2
 South Korea (KOR) × × × × × × × × × × × × × × × × × × × × 1 1
 Soviet Union (URS) × × × × × × × × × × × × × 1 2 × × × × × × × × 3
 Switzerland (SUI) 1 1 3 2 2 2 × 1 2 2 2 1 1 2 3 1 2 2 1 31
 United States (USA) × 2 4 2 3 2 1 × 3 1 2 4 1 25

See also[edit]

References[edit]

General
Specific
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