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  • Luge - Men's Doubles - Medallists

    Luge - Men's Doubles - Medallists

    Gold medallists Tobias Wendl (centre top) and Tobias Arlt (centre bottom) of Germany celebrate during the flower ceremony with silver medallists Andreas Linger (top left) and Wolfgang Linger (bottom left) of Austria and bronze medallists Andris Sics and Juris Sics of Latvia after the Men's Luge Doubles
    Wednesday, February 12, 2014 8:00 AM | Photo
  • Luge - Men's Doubles - Medallists

    Luge - Men's Doubles - Medallists

    Gold medallists Tobias Wendl (3rd L) and Tobias Arlt (3rd R) of Germany celebrate during the flower ceremony with silver medallists Andreas Linger (L) and Wolfgang Linger (2nd L) of Austria and bronze medallists Andris Sics and Juris Sics (R) of Latvia after the Men's Luge Doubles
    Wednesday, February 12, 2014 8:00 AM | Photo
  • The Linger Brothers Become Olympic Champions | Video

    The Linger Brothers Become Olympic Champions

    The Linger brothers capture the doubles gold medal, becoming the first Austrians to win this Olympic title since 1964. Andreas and Wolfgang clock a combined time of 1:34.497. The German duo, Florschutz and Torsten receive the silver medal, 0.31 seconds back. Italy's Plankensteiner and Haselrieder secure the bronze, winning the second luge medal of Turin 2006 for their country. Luge Doubles Mixed Final - Turin 2006 Winter Olympics - AUT, GER, ITA
  • Linger Brothers Become Golden Athletes | Video

    Linger Brothers Become Golden Athletes

    The Austrian brothers, Andreas and Wolfgang Linger slide the luge track as fast as they can to capture the gold medal in doubles. The Linger brothers finish their two-run event in 1 minute 34.497 seconds, just 0.310 seconds ahead of the German duo, André Florschutz and Torsten Wustlich, who settle for silver. The bronze medal is received by the Italian pair, Gerhard Plankensteiner and Oswald Haselrieder. Luge Doubles Mixed Final - Turin 2006 Winter Olympics - AUT, GER, ITA
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