Doubles M - Luge at the 2018 Winter Olympics in PyeongChang - Results

Men's Doubles - Luge
PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympics

Luge at the PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympics  PyeongChang 2018 Olympic Games - Luge
Men's Doubles 2018
Final standing
Tobias Wendl GER 1.31,697
Tobias Arlt
Peter Penz AUT 1.31,785
Georg Fischler
Toni Eggert GER 1.31,987
Sascha Benecken
4. Thomas Steu AUT 1.32,284
Lorenz Koller
5. Tristan Walker CAN 1.32,369
Justin Snith
6. Andris Sics LAT 1.32,442
Juris Sics
7. Ivan Nagler ITA 1.32,563
Fabian Malleier
8. Justin Krewson USA 1.32,652
Andrew Sherk
9. Park Jinyong KOR 1.32,672
Cho Jungmyung
10. Matthew Mortensen USA 1.32,687
Jayson Terdiman
11. Aleksandr Denisev OAR 1.32,781
Vladislav Antonov
12. Wojciech Chmielewski POL 1.33,087
Jakub Kowalewski
13. Lukas Broz CZE 1.33,152
Antonin Broz
14. Oskars Gudramovics LAT 1.33,207
Peteris Kalnins
15. Ludwig Rieder ITA 1.33,276
Patrick Rastner
16. Andrei Bogdanov OAR 1.33,508
Andrei Medvedev
17. Marek Solcansky SVK 1.33,591
Karol Stuchlak
18. Matej Kvicala CZE 1.33,728
Jaromir Kudera
19. Cosmin Atodiresei ROU 1.34,272
Stefan Musei
20. Oleksandr Obolonchyk UKR 1.35,717
Roman Zakharkiv
Men's Doubles - Luge - PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympics

Event Format: Drivers raced with high speed on a sled down an ice track through curved, high-speed turns. Drivers were situated on their back on the sled with their feet stretched out in front of them. The competition consisted of two runs for each team on the same day. The team with the fastest total time for the two runs was the winner of the Olympic gold medals.

Event facts: Men's Doubles competition was held at the Olympic Sliding Centre and 20 teams participated in the event.

These results for Men's Doubles - PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympics - are based on the official olympic reports and the Olympian Database
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