|1992 Albertville||Men's singles|
|1994 Lillehammer||Men's singles|
|2002 Salt Lake City||Men's singles|
|1987 Igls||Men's singles|
|1996 Altenberg||Men's singles|
|1996 Altenberg||Mixed team|
|1997 Igls||Mixed team|
|1999 Königssee||Mixed team|
|1990 Calgary||Men's singles|
|1991 Winterberg||Mixed team|
|1993 Calgary||Mixed team|
|1997 Igls||Men's singles|
|1991 Winterberg||Men's singles|
|1995 Lillehammer||Men's singles|
|1995 Lillehammer||Mixed team|
|2000 St. Moritz||Mixed team|
|2001 Calgary||Men's singles|
|World Cup Championships|
|1994 Königssee||Men's singles|
|1998 Oberhof||Men's singles|
|2002 Altenberg||Men's singles|
|1988 Königssee||Men's singles|
|1990 Igls||Men's singles|
|1992 Winterberg||Mixed team|
|1996 Sigulda||Mixed team|
|1994 Königssee||Mixed team|
|1998 Oberhof||Mixed team|
|2002 Altenberg||Mixed team|
Markus Prock (born 22 June 1964) is an Austrian luger who competed between 1983 and 2002. Born in Innsbruck, Prock competed in six Winter Olympics winning three medals in the men's singles event with two silvers (1992, 1994) and one bronze (2002).
Prock grew up in the village of Mieders in the Stubaital. His parents managed a petrol station and a pension. He competed in several sports in his youth, ski racing, playing football and sprinting, achieving personal bests of 22.8s for the 200m and 50.9s for the 400m whilst in high school. He took up luge after racing in a competition for teenagers held at Igls.
Prock was known for his rivalry with Georg Hackl, with Prock being dominant in World Cup competition whilst Hackl consistently achieved success at the Winter Olympics. Prock was noted for his athleticism and his powerful start.
At the FIL World Luge Championships, Prock won 13 medals, including five gold (Men's singles: 1987, 1996; Mixed team: 1996, 1997, 1999), four silvers (Men's singles: 1990, 1997; Mixed team: 1991, 1993), and four bronzes (Men's singles: 1995, 2001; Mixed team: 1995, 2001).
Prock won ten medals at the FIL European Luge Championships with five in men's singles (gold: 1994, 1998, 2002; silver: 1988, 1990) and five medals in the mixed team event (silver: 1992, 1996; bronze: 1994, 1998, 2002).
He also won the overall Luge World Cup ten times in men's singles (1987-8, 1990-1, 1991-2, 1992-3, 1993-4, 1994-5, 1995-6, 1996-7, 1998-9, 2001-2).
As of 2007, he was the sports director of the Tyrolean luge association. He also manages his nephew, Gregor Schlierenzauer, who was second in the 2006-07 Ski jumping World Cup entering the FIS Nordic World Ski Championships 2007 in Sapporo, Japan. Schlierenzauer won a gold in the team large hill at those championships.
- McCallum, Jack (27 January 1988). "Going Feet First". Sports Illustrated. Retrieved 14 March 2016.
- Layden, Tim (9 February 1998). "Born To Luge Georg Hackl is a techno whiz, Markus Prock is a natural athlete. The Olympics have belonged to Hackl, the World Cup circuit to Prock. Now, the final act of one of the greatest, if most obscure, rivalries in sports is about to begin". Sports Illustrated. Retrieved 14 March 2016.
- 1984 luge men's singles results
- 1988 luge men's singles results
- 1992 luge men's singles results
- 1994 luge men's singles results
- 1998 luge men's singles results
- 2002 luge men's singles results
- 2007 Luge World Championships interview.
- FIL-Luge profile
- Fuzilogik Sports - Winter Olympic results - Men's luge
- Hickoksports.com results on Olympic champions in luge and skeleton.
- Hickok sports information on World champions in luge and skeleton.
- List of European luge champions (in German)
- List of men's singles luge World Cup champions since 1978.