Christoph Langen Chef Nachwuchs Bob
Christoph Langen (born 27.03.1962 in Cologne) was one of the most successful German bobsleighs of all times until his career in 2005. He was twice Olympic Olympian, two in Nagano, Japan (1998) and four in Salt Lake City, USA (2002). Langen is fifth world champion in the twins (2000, 1995, 1996, 2000, 2001), doubles world champion in the fourth (1996, 2001), fivefold European champion in the twelfth (1994, 1995, 1996, 2001, 2004) , 1999), a triple World Cup winner in the two (1996, 1999, 2004) and a double World Cup winner in the fourth (1996, 1999). From 2010 to 2016 he was a Bundestrainer with the German Bobkader and is now with Swiss Sliding as a junior trainer.
Thomas Lamparter Sportchef
Thomas Lamparter (born 09.06.1978 in Berne) is a former Bobprofi and is one of the best strikers of the 2000s. Since 2002 he has been a member of the Swiss national team. Lamparter won bronze at the 2006 Olympics in the four-man bobsleigh, and a year later, he became sensational world champion in the four-man bob of Ivo Rüegg, together with Hefti and Grand. Apart from a vice-world title in Hefti (2013), Lamparter won gold in a total of three European Championships, in the two (2010 and 2013) and in the four (2006). In the two-man batting of Beat Hefti, he was twice the winner of the World Cup, winning a total of 28 podium places in the World Cup, 13 of them gold. The former IT engineer is now active as a sports manager at Swiss Sliding.
Wolfgang Stampfer Cheftrainer Bob
Wolfgang Stampfer (born 03.05.1972 in Innsbruck) is an Austrian Bobpilot and has run the traditional winter sports since 1992. In addition to twelve Austrian championships he was third in the World Cup three times: 1999, 2001 in the four and 2007 in the two-bob. He won the sensational win of a bronze medal at the European Championships in Winterberg in 1999, a huge success in his career. He also finished sixth in the two-man bobsleigh at the World Championships of Lake Placid (2003) and St. Moritz (2007). At the 2002 Olympic Winter Games in Salt Lake City, he was seventh in the two and 13th in the four. He also finished 10th in the second and 13th in the four-man bob at the Turin race in 2006.
Dominik Scherrer strength training privat
Dominik Scherrer is a former bobprofi and achieved several successes as a pilot. From 2004 to 2010 Dominik was sports manager at Swiss Sliding. In 2012, Scherrer switched to the British Bob team, where he continues as a technical coach and later also as a sports chef. Scherrer lives and works in Switzerland and can help Tim in the strength training in the summer.
Quelle: Swiss Sliding