Manfred Schmid

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Manfred Schmid
Medal record
Men's Luge
Competitor for  Austria
Olympic Games
Gold 1968 Grenoble Men's singles
Silver 1968 Grenoble Men's doubles
World Championships
Gold 1969 Königssee Men's doubles
Gold 1970 Königssee Men's doubles
Silver 1967 Hammarstrand Men's doubles
Silver 1969 Königssee Men's singles
Silver 1971 Olang Men's doubles
Silver 1975 Hammarstrand Men's singles
Bronze 1978 Imst Men's singles
European Championships
Silver 1971 Imst Men's doubles
Silver 1974 Imst Men's singles
Bronze 1970 Hammarstrand Men's doubles
Bronze 1971 Imst Men's singles
Bronze 1973 Königssee Men's singles

Manfred Schmid (born 6 June 1944) is an Austrian former luger who competed from the mid-1960s to the late 1970s. Competing in four Winter Olympics, he won two medals at Grenoble in 1968 with a gold in the men's singles event and a silver in the men's doubles event.

Schmid also won seven medals at the FIL World Luge Championships with two gold (doubles: 1969, 1970), four silvers (singles: 1969, 1975; doubles: 1967, 1971), and one bronze (singles: 1978). He won five medals at the FIL European Luge Championships with two silvers (Men's singles: 1974, Men's doubles: 1971) and three bronzes (Men's singles: 1971, 1973; Men's doubles: 1970).

Schmid finished third in the overall Luge World Cup men's singles championship in 1977-8.

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