Luge at the 2002 Winter Olympics – Doubles

The doubles luge at the 2002 Winter Olympics took place on 15 February at Utah Olympic Park.[1]

Doubles
at the XIX Olympic Winter Games
Luge pictogram.svg
Pictogram for luge
VenueUtah Olympic Park
Dates15 February
Competitors38 from 12 nations
Medalists
1st place, gold medalist(s) Patric Leitner &
Alexander Resch
 Germany
2nd place, silver medalist(s) Mark Grimmette &
Brian Martin
 United States
3rd place, bronze medalist(s) Chris Thorpe &
Clay Ives
 United States
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ResultsEdit

Two runs were held on 15 February and the final placements were determined by the combined total of both runs.

Place Athletes Country Run 1 Run 2 Total Behind
  Patric Leitner
Alexander Resch
  Germany 42.953 43.129 1:26.082
  Mark Grimmette
Brian Martin
  United States 43.111 43.105 1:26.216 +0.134
  Chris Thorpe
Clay Ives
  United States 43.013 43.207 1:26.220 +0.138
4 Steffen Skel
Steffen Wöller
  Germany 43.121 43.254 1:26.375 +0.293
5 Chris Moffat
Eric Pothier
  Canada 43.285 43.216 1:26.501 +0.419
6 Tobias Schiegl
Markus Schiegl
  Austria 43.208 43.310 1:26.518 +0.436
7 Gerhard Plankensteiner
Oswald Haselrieder
  Italy 43.278 43.338 1:26.616 +0.534
8 Andreas Linger
Wolfgang Linger
  Austria 43.330 43.354 1:26.684 +0.602
9 Ľubomír Mick
Walter Marx
  Slovakia 43.248 43.458 1:26.706 +0.624
10 Ivars Deinis
Sandris Bērziņš
  Latvia 43.413 43.493 1:26.906 +0.824
11 Oleh Avdeev
Danylo Panchenko
  Ukraine 43.727 43.600 1:27.327 +1.245
12 Grant Albrecht
Mike Moffat
  Canada 43.645 43.721 1:27.366 +1.284
13 Danil Tchaban
Yevgeny Zykov
  Russia 43.691 43.895 1:27.586 +1.504
14 Mikhail Kuzmich
Jury Veselov
  Russia 43.815 43.844 1:27.659 +1.577
15 Eugen Radu
Marian Tican
  Romania 43.901 43.945 1:27.846 +1.764
16 Cristian Stanciu
Robert Taleanu
  Romania 43.977 43.979 1:27.956 +1.874
17 Christian Oberstolz
Patrick Gruber
  Italy 45.882 43.421 1:29.303 +3.221
Anders Söderberg
Bengt Walden
  Sweden 45.589 DNF
Takahisa Oguchi
Kei Takahashi
  Japan DNF

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Luge at the 2002 Salt Lake City Winter Games: Men's Doubles". Sports Reference. Archived from the original on 18 April 2020. Retrieved 8 April 2020.

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