Luge at the 2006 Winter Olympics – Men's singles

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Men's singles
at the XX Olympic Winter Games
Luge pictogram.svg
Pictogram for luge
Venue Cesana Pariol
Dates February 11 – 12
Competitors 36 from 19 nations
Medalists
1st, gold medalist(s) Armin Zöggeler  Italy
2nd, silver medalist(s) Albert Demtschenko  Russia
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Mārtiņš Rubenis  Latvia
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Luge at the
2006 Winter Olympics
Luge pictogram.svg
Events
Singles men  women
Doubles  doubles

The men's luge at the 2006 Winter Olympics began on February 11, and was completed on February 12 at Cesana Pariol.

Results[edit]

The men's singles luge event was run over two days, with the first two runs on February 11, and the second two runs on February 12. The total time was the combined time of all four runs.[1]

Place Athlete Country Run 1 Run 2 Run 3 Run 4 Total Behind
1 Gold medal icon.svg Armin Zöggeler  Italy 51.718 51.414 51.430 51.526 3:26.088
2 Silver medal icon.svg Albert Demtschenko  Russia 51.747 51.543 51.396 51.512 3:26.198 +0.110
3 Bronze medal icon.svg Mārtiņš Rubenis  Latvia 51.913 51.497 51.561 51.474 3:26.445 +0.357
4 Tony Benshoof  United States 51.907 51.458 51.674 51.559 3:26.598 +0.510
5 David Möller  Germany 52.085 51.533 51.655 51.655 3:26.711 +0.623
6 Jan Eichhorn  Germany 52.103 51.469 51.656 51.515 3:26.743 +0.655
7 Georg Hackl  Germany 51.856 51.583 51.806 51.674 3:26.919 +0.831
8 Reinhold Rainer  Italy 51.926 51.696 51.647 51.733 3:27.002 +0.914
9 Markus Kleinheinz  Austria 52.140 51.767 51.841 51.839 3:27.587 +1.499
10 Wilfried Huber  Italy 52.095 51.748 51.848 51.984 3:27.675 +1.587
11 Viktor Kneib  Russia 52.050 52.150 51.981 51.884 3:28.065 +1.977
12 Reiner Margreiter  Austria 52.200 51.880 52.234 51.800 3:28.114 +2.026
13 Daniel Pfister  Austria 52.317 52.103 52.058 51.882 3:28.360 +2.272
14 Jeff Christie  Canada 52.382 52.027 52.013 51.939 3:28.361 +2.273
15 Stefan Höhener  Switzerland 52.459 51.989 52.124 52.212 3:28.784 +2.696
16 Adam Rosen  Great Britain 52.610 52.130 52.093 52.150 3:28.983 +2.895
17 Kaspars Dumpis  Latvia 52.432 52.063 52.391 52.402 3:29.288 +3.200
18 Jonathan Myles  United States 52.579 52.267 52.230 52.332 3:29.408 +3.320
19 Samuel Edney  Canada 52.663 52.523 52.360 52.311 3:29.857 +3.769
20 Takahisa Oguchi  Japan 52.795 52.449 52.498 52.366 3:30.108 +4.020
21 Guntis Rekis  Latvia 52.769 52.338 52.307 52.742 3:30.156 +4.068
22 Jozef Ninis  Slovakia 52.769 52.517 52.525 52.386 3:30.197 +4.109
23 Christian Niccum  United States 53.669 52.675 52.306 52.539 3:31.189 +5.101
24 Kiril Serikov  Russia 54.164 52.468 52.473 52.790 3:31.895 +5.807
25 Shiva Keshavan  India 53.729 52.972 52.696 52.540 3:31.937 +5.849
26 Domen Pociecha  Slovenia 53.141 53.073 53.039 53.072 3:32.325 +6.237
27 Jakub Hyman  Czech Republic 53.262 53.667 52.964 52.930 3:32.823 +6.735
28 Ma Chih-Hung  Chinese Taipei 53.939 53.605 53.977 53.620 3:35.141 +9.053
29 Kim Min-Kyu  South Korea 53.748 54.961 53.528 53.344 3:35.581 +9.493
30 Bogdan Macovei  Moldova 55.681 55.101 54.005 53.599 3:38.386 +12.298
31 Peter Iliev  Bulgaria 54.806 55.189 55.761 53.927 3:39.683 +13.595
32 Werner Hoeger  Venezuela 56.754 55.411 56.256 55.169 3:43.590 +17.502
33 Jaroslav Slavik  Slovakia 52.786 52.066 73.877 52.156 3:50.885 +24.797
34 Shigeaki Ushijima  Japan 53.306 89.310 52.414 52.318 4:07.348 +41.260
35 Mark Hatton  Great Britain 52.790 52.720 94.895 52.494 4:12.899 +46.811
36 Ian Cockerline  Canada 52.290 52.107 52.255 DNF

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Torino 2006 Official Report - Luge" (PDF). Torino Organizing Committee. LA84 Foundation. March 2009. Retrieved Jun 4, 2009. [dead link]