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Olympic Bobsledding Through the Years

A two-woman bobsled event was added in 2002. Only drivers are listed in parentheses.

Multiple gold medals: Kevin Kuske, Andre Lange (4); Bernard Germeshausen, Meinhard Nehmer (3); Wolfgang Hoppe, Eugenio Monti, Donat Acklin, Gustav Weder, Markus Zimmermann, Dietmar Schauerhammer, Christoph Langen, Luciano De Paolis, Billy Fiske, Cliff Gray, Olaf Hampel, Andreas Ostler, Lorenz Nieberl, Kaillie Humphries, Heather Moyse, Alexey Voevoda, Alexander Zubkov (2).

Two-Man

Year   Time
1932 United States (Hubert Stevens) 8:14.74
1936 United States (Ivan Brown) 5:29.29
1948 Switzerland (Felix Endrich) 5:29.2
1952 Germany (Andreas Ostler) 5:24.54
1956 Italy (Lamberto Dalla Costa) 5:30.14
1960 Not held  
1964 Great Britain (Anthony Nash) 4:21.90
1968 Italy (Eugenio Monti) 4:41.54
1972 West Germany (Wolfgang Zimmerer) 4:57.07
1976 East Germany (Meinhard Nehmer) 3:44.42
1980 Switzerland (Erich Schärer) 4:09.36
1984 East Germany (Wolfgang Hoppe) 3:25.56
1988 Soviet Union (Janis Kipurs) 3:54.19
1992 Switzerland I (Gustav Weder) 4:03.26
1994 Switzerland I (Gustav Weder) 3:30.81
1998 (TIE) Italy I (Guenther Huber) 3:37.24
  & Canada I (Pierre Lueders) 3:37.24
2002 Germany I (Christoph Langen) 3:10.11
2006 Germany I (Christoph Langen) 3:43.38
2010 Germany I (Andre Lange) 3:26.65
2014 Russian Federation (Alexander Zubkov) 3:45.39

Two-Woman

Year   Time
2002 United States II (Jill Bakken) 1:37.76
2006 Germany (Sandra Kiriasis) 3:49.98
2010 Canada I (Kaillie Humphries) 3:32.28
2014 Canada (Kaillie Humphries) 3:50.61

Four-Man

Year   Time
1924 Switzerland (Eduard Scherrer) 5:45.54
1928 United States (Billy Fiske) 3:20.5
1932 United States (Billy Fiske) 7:53.68
1936 Switzerland (Pierre Musy) 5:19.85
1948 United States (Francis Tyler) 5:20.1
1952 Germany (Andreas Ostler) 5:07.84
1956 Switzerland (Franz Kapus) 5:10.44
1960 Not held  
1964 Canada (Vic Emery) 4:14.46
1968 Italy (Eugenio Monti) 2:17.39
1972 Switzerland (Jean Wicki) 4:43.07
1976 East Germany (Meinhard Nehmer) 3:40.43
1980 East Germany (Meinhard Nehmer) 3:59.92
1984 East Germany (Wolfgang Hoppe) 3:20.22
1988 Switzerland (Ekkehard Fasser) 3:47.51
1992 Austria I (Ingo Appelt) 3:53.90
1994 Germany II (Harald Czudaj) 3:27.78
1998 Germany II (Christoph Langen) 2:39.41
2002 Germany II (Andre Lange) 3:07.51
2006 Germany (Andre Lange) 3:40.42
2010 United States I (Steve Holcomb) 3:23.46
2014 Russian Federation (Alexander Zubkov) 3:40.60
Note: Five-man sleds were used in 1928.
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