Luge at the 2014 Winter Olympics was held at the Sliding Center Sanki near Krasnaya Polyana, Russia. The four events were scheduled for 8–13 February 2014.
at the XXII Olympic Winter Games
|Venue||Sliding Center Sanki, Krasnaya Polyana, Russia|
|Competitors||110 from 24 nations|
In April 2011 the International Olympic Committee approved the addition of the mixed team relay event (one sled from each of the other three events compete per country), meaning luge will have four events on the program for the first time.
In December 2017, IOC concluded that two Russian lugers Albert Demchenko and Tatiana Ivanova had committed an anti-doping violation and stripped Russia of 2 silver medals. In January 2018, both athletes successfully appealed against the IOC decision at the Court of Arbitration for Sport and both medals were returned to Russia.
The following is the competition schedule for all four events.All times are (UTC+4).
|8 February||18:30||Men's singles runs 1 and 2|
|9 February||18:30||Men's singles runs 3 and 4|
|10 February||18:45||Women's singles runs 1 and 2|
|11 February||18:30||Women's singles runs 3 and 4|
|12 February||18:15||Doubles runs 1 and 2|
|13 February||20:15||Team relay|
* Host nation (Russia)
|United States (USA)||0||0||1||1|
|Totals (6 entries)||4||4||4||12|
||Felix Loch (GER)||3:27.526||Albert Demchenko (RUS)||3:28.002||Armin Zöggeler (ITA)||3:28.797|
||Natalie Geisenberger (GER)||3:19.768||Tatjana Hüfner (GER)||3:20.907||Erin Hamlin (USA)||3:21.145|
|| Tobias Wendl
and Tobias Arlt (GER)
|1:38.933|| Andreas Linger
and Wolfgang Linger (AUT)
|1:39.455|| Andris Šics
and Juris Šics (LAT)
|| Germany (GER)
|2:45.649|| Russia (RUS)
|2:46.679|| Latvia (LAT)
A total quota of 110 athletes were allowed to compete at the Games. Countries were assigned quotas using the world rankings of results from 1 November 2012 to 31 December 2013.
110 athletes from 24 nations were participating. Both Kazakhstan and Tonga (also making its Winter Olympics debut) marked their first Olympic appearances in the sport. India's athlete competed as an Independent Olympic Participants, as the Indian Olympic Association was suspended by the International Olympic Committee; the suspension was later lifted, but not before India's athlete had already competed under the Independent Olympic Participant banner. IOC decision to disqualify Russia was nullified by the Court of Arbitration for Sport.
- Australia (1 athlete)
- Austria (10)
- Bulgaria (1)
- Canada (8)
- Czech Republic (4)
- France (1)
- Germany (10)
- Independent Olympic Participants (1)
- Italy (10)
- Japan (1)
- Kazakhstan (1)
- Latvia (9)
- Moldova (1)
- Norway (3)
- Poland (5)
- Romania (4)
- Russia (10)
- Slovakia (6)
- South Korea (4)
- Switzerland (2)
- Chinese Taipei (1)
- Tonga (1)
- Ukraine (6)
- United States (10)
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