Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 20. Chapters: Albert Brehme, Alexander Rodiger, Alexander Szelig, Alex Mann, Alex Metzger, Andreas Barucha, Andreas Bredau, Andre Lange, Anja Schneiderheinze-Stockel, Axel Jang, Axel Kuhn, Carsten Embach, Cathleen Martini, Christin Senkel, Christoph Heyder, Christoph Langen, Claudia Schramm, Enrico Kuhn, Fritz Grau, Gerhard Hessert, Gregor Bermbach, Gunther Eger, Hanns Kilian, Hanns Nagle, Hans Hess (bobsleigh), Hans Mehlhorn, Harald Czudaj, Hasso von Bismarck, Hermann von Valta, Janine Tischer, Karl Angerer, Karsten Brannasch, Kevin Kuske, Marco Jakobs, Marc Kuhne, Markus Zimmermann, Martin Putze, Matthias Hopfner, Max Ludwig, Nicole Herschmann, Olaf Hampel, Rene Hannemann, Rene Hoppe, Rene Spies, Richard Adjei, Romy Logsch, Ronny Listner, Rudolf Lochner, Sandra Kiriasis, Sebastian Huber, Steffen Gormer, Susi Erdmann, Thomas Florschutz, Tino Bonk, Torsten Voss, Ulf Hielscher, Ulrike Holzner, Valentin Krempl, Werner Huth, Wolfgang Hoppe. Excerpt: Susi Erdmann (sometimes shown as Susi-Lisa Erdmann, born 29 January 1968 in Blankenburg, Saxony-Anhalt) is an East German-German luger and bobsledder who competed from 1977 to 1998 in luge, then since 1999 in bobsleigh. Competing in five Winter Olympics, she won two medals in the women's singles luge event with a silver in 1994 and a bronze in 1992, and a bronze at the inaugural two-women bobsleigh event in 2002. She is one of only two people to ever win a medal in both bobsleigh and luge at the Winter Olympics (Italy's Gerda Weissensteiner is the other.). Beside the Olympics in luge, Erdmann won ten medals at the FIL World Luge Championships, including seven golds (Women's singles: 1989, 1991, 1997; Mixed team: 1990, 1991, 1993, 1995) and three silvers (Women's singles: 1995, 1996; Mixed team: 1989). She also won six medals at the FIL European Luge Championships, including five golds (Women's singles: 1990, 1992; Mixed team: 1990, 1992, 1998) and one bronze (Women's singles: 1998). Erdmann won the overall Luge World Cup title in women's singles twice (1990-1, 1991-2). Erdmann switched to bobsleigh in 1998, competing both at the Winter Olympics and the FIBT World Championships. She won three medals in the two-woman event at the World Championships, with two gold (2003, 2004) and one bronze (2001). Erdmann also won the overall two-woman Bobsleigh World Cup championships for the 2001-2 and 2002-3 seasons. Her coach was Wolfgang Hoppe, who won several medals in bobsleigh during the 1980s and 1990s when he competed for both the East Germans and the Germans following 1990 reunification. Erdmann is a soldier in the rank of a Hauptfeldwebel and has been stationed in Munich. It was announced on the 7 September 2009 FIL website that Erdmann had married Italian luger Gerhard Plankensteiner on 28 August 2009. Plankensteiner won a bronze in the men's doubles event at the 2006 Winter Olympics in Turin and gold in the same event at the 2009 world championships in Lake Placid.