As a luger, Kauschka competed in three European luge championships, winning four medals. His first medals came at the inaugural 1914 championships in Reichenberg, Bohemia (now Liberec, Czech Republic) where he won the gold in the men's singles and a silver in the men's doubles events. Kauschka followed up with a silver in the men's singles event at Schreiberhau, Germany (now Szklarska Poręba, Poland) in 1928, then with another silver in the men's doubles event the following year in Semmering, Austria.
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