List of Luge World Cup Champions - Doubles

Doubles

Season Winner Runner-up Third
1977–78 Italy
Peter Gschnitzer
Karl Brunner
West Germany
Hans Brandner
Balthasar Schwarm
West Germany
Stefan Hölzlwimmer
Rudolf Grosswang
1978–79 Italy
Peter Gschnitzer
Karl Brunner
Austria
Georg Fluckinger
Karl Schrott
West Germany
Hans Brandner
Balthasar Schwarm
1979–80 Austria
Günther Lemmerer
Reinhold Sulzbacher
Austria
Georg Fluckinger
Karl Schrott
Italy
Peter Gschnitzer
Karl Brunner
1980–81 Austria
Günther Lemmerer
Reinhold Sulzbacher
Italy
Hansjörg Raffl
Karl Brunner
West Germany
Hans Stangassinger
Franz Wembacher
1981–82 Austria
Günther Lemmerer
Reinhold Sulzbacher
Austria
Georg Fluckinger
Franz Wilhelmer
Soviet Union
Yuris Eyssak
Eynar Veyksha
1982–83 Italy
Hansjörg Raffl
Karl Brunner
West Germany
Hans Stangassinger
Franz Wembacher
West Germany
Thomas Schwab
Wolfgang Staudinger
1983–84 East Germany
Jörg Hoffmann
Jochen Pietzsch
Austria
Georg Fluckinger
Franz Wilhelmer
Italy
Hansjörg Raffl
Norbert Huber
1984–85 Italy
Hansjörg Raffl
Norbert Huber
Austria
Georg Fluckinger
Franz Wilhelmer
East Germany
René Keller
Lutz Kühnlenz
1985–86 Italy
Hansjörg Raffl
Norbert Huber
West Germany
Thomas Schwab
Wolfgang Staudinger
West Germany
Stefan Ilsanker
Georg Hackl
1986–87 West Germany
Thomas Schwab
Wolfgang Staudinger
West Germany
Stefan Ilsanker
Georg Hackl
Italy
Hansjörg Raffl
Norbert Huber
1987–88 Soviet Union
Yevgeny Belousov
Aleksandr Belyakov
West Germany
Stefan Ilsanker
Georg Hackl
Italy
Hansjörg Raffl
Norbert Huber
1988–89 Italy
Hansjörg Raffl
Norbert Huber
East Germany
Stefan Krausse
Jan Behrendt
East Germany
Jörg Hoffmann
Jochen Pietzsch
1989–90 Italy
Hansjörg Raffl
Norbert Huber
Italy
Kurt Brugger
Wilfried Huber
West Germany
Stefan Ilsanker
Georg Hackl
1990–91 Italy
Hansjörg Raffl
Norbert Huber
Germany
Stefan Krausse
Jan Behrendt
Italy
Kurt Brugger
Wilfried Huber
1991–92 Italy
Hansjörg Raffl
Norbert Huber
Germany
Yves Mankel
Thomas Rudolph
Germany
Stefan Krausse
Jan Behrendt
1992–93 Italy
Hansjörg Raffl
Norbert Huber
Italy
Kurt Brugger
Wilfried Huber
Germany
Stefan Krausse
Jan Behrendt
1993–94 Germany
Stefan Krausse
Jan Behrendt
Austria
Tobias Schiegl
Markus Schiegl
Germany
Steffen Skel
Steffen Wöller
1994–95 Germany
Stefan Krausse
Jan Behrendt
Italy
Kurt Brugger
Wilfried Huber
United States
Chris Thorpe
Gordy Sheer
1995–96 Germany
Stefan Krausse
Jan Behrendt
Germany
Yves Mankel
Thomas Rudolph
United States
Chris Thorpe
Gordy Sheer
1996–97 United States
Chris Thorpe
Gordy Sheer
Italy
Gerhard Plankensteiner
Oswald Haselrieder
Austria
Tobias Schiegl
Markus Schiegl
1997–98 United States
Mark Grimmette
Brian Martin
Italy
Kurt Brugger
Wilfried Huber
Italy
Gerhard Plankensteiner
Oswald Haselrieder
1998–99 United States
Mark Grimmette
Brian Martin
Austria
Tobias Schiegl
Markus Schiegl
Germany
Patric Leitner
Alexander Resch
1999–2000 Germany
Patric Leitner
Alexander Resch
Germany
Steffen Skel
Steffen Wöller
United States
Mark Grimmette
Brian Martin
2000–01 Germany
Steffen Skel
Steffen Wöller
Germany
André Florschütz
Torsten Wustlich
Germany
Patric Leitner
Alexander Resch
2001–02 Germany
Patric Leitner
Alexander Resch
Germany
Steffen Skel
Steffen Wöller
Austria
Tobias Schiegl
Markus Schiegl
2002–03 United States
Mark Grimmette
Brian Martin
Germany
Patric Leitner
Alexander Resch
Austria
Tobias Schiegl
Markus Schiegl
2003–04 Germany
Patric Leitner
Alexander Resch
Germany
André Florschütz
Torsten Wustlich
Italy
Christian Oberstolz
Patrick Gruber
2004–05 Italy
Christian Oberstolz
Patrick Gruber
Germany
André Florschütz
Torsten Wustlich
Austria
Andreas Linger
Wolfgang Linger
2005–06 Germany
Patric Leitner
Alexander Resch
Italy
Christian Oberstolz
Patrick Gruber
Germany
André Florschütz
Torsten Wustlich
2006–07 Germany
Patric Leitner
Alexander Resch
Italy
Christian Oberstolz
Patrick Gruber
Italy
Gerhard Plankensteiner
Oswald Haselrieder
2007–08 Germany
Patric Leitner
Alexander Resch
Italy
Christian Oberstolz
Patrick Gruber
Austria
Andreas Linger
Wolfgang Linger
2008–09 Italy
Christian Oberstolz
Patrick Gruber
Germany
Patric Leitner
Alexander Resch
Austria
Andreas Linger
Wolfgang Linger
2009–10 Germany
André Florschütz
Torsten Wustlich
Germany
Patric Leitner
Alexander Resch
Italy
Christian Oberstolz
Patrick Gruber
2010–11 Germany
Tobias Wendl
Tobias Arlt
Austria
Andreas Linger
Wolfgang Linger
Italy
Christian Oberstolz
Patrick Gruber
2011–12 Austria
Andreas Linger
Wolfgang Linger
Germany
Tobias Wendl
Tobias Arlt
Germany
Toni Eggert
Sascha Benecken
2012–13 Germany
Tobias Wendl
Tobias Arlt
Germany
Toni Eggert
Sascha Benecken
Austria
Peter Penz
Georg Fischler

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