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FIL World Luge Championships 2003

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FIL World Luge Championships 2003

The FIL World Luge Championships 2003 took place in Sigulda, Latvia. The team event was adjusted to one nation per team at these championships.

Men's singles

Medal Athlete Time
Gold  Armin Zöggeler (ITA)
Silver  Mārtiņš Rubenis (LAT)
Bronze  Reiner Margreiter (AUT)

Women's singles

Medal Athlete Time
Gold  Sylke Otto (GER)
Silver  Silke Kraushaar (GER)
Bronze  Barbara Niedernhuber (GER)

Men's doubles

Medal Athlete Time
Gold  Austria (Andreas Linger, Wolfgang Linger)
Silver  Austria (Tobias Schiegl, Markus Schiegl)
Bronze  Germany (Patric Leitner, Alexander Resch)

Mixed team

Medal Athlete Time
Gold  Germany (Georg Hackl, Sylke Otto, Patric Leitner, Alexander Resch)
Silver  Latvia (Mārtiņš Rubenis, Anna Orlova, Zigmars Berkolds, Sandris Berzins)
Bronze  Austria (Reiner Margreiter, Sonja Manzenreiter, Wolfgang Linger, Andreas Linger)

Medal table

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Germany 2 1 2 5
2  Austria 1 1 2 4
3  Latvia 0 2 0 2
4  Italy 1 0 0 1


  • Men's doubles World Champions
  • Men's singles World Champions
  • Mixed teams World Champions
  • Women's singles World Champions
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