Who Won Women's Luge Gold Medals?

Women's Luge

The Women's Luge has been an event in the Winter Olympics since 1964. Participants lie on their backs feet first and fly down an ice-covered track at high speeds.

The luge is steered by pressing your legs against the front runners of the sled. Weight is crucial for acceleration and strictly monitored.

Germany has dominated this event through the years, winning nine of the thirteen gold medals - including the last four.

Year Gold Medal Country Score
2014 Natalie Geisenberger Germany 3:19.768 Details >>
2010 Tatjana Hüfner Germany 2:46.524 Details >>
2006 Sylke Otto Germany 3:07.979 Details >>
2002 Sylke Otto Germany 2:52.464 Details >>
1998 Silke Kraushaar Germany 3:23. 779 Details >>
1994 Gerda Weissensteiner Italy 3:15.517 Details >>
1992 Doris Neuner Austria 3:06.696 Details >>
1988 Steffi Walter-Martin East Germany 3:03.973 Details >>
1984 Steffi Walter-Martin East Germany 2:46.570 Details >>
1980 Vera Zozulya Soviet Union 2:36.537 Details >>
1976 Margit Schumann East Germany 2:50.621 Details >>
1972 Anna-Maria Müller East Germany 2:59.18 Details >>
1968 Erika Lechner Italy 2:28.66 Details >>
1964 Ortrun Enderlein Germany 3:24.67 Details >>