|Men's 2-Man Competition|
|February 19 - Final|
|CAN||Alexander Kopacz, Justin Kripps||3:16.86|
|GER||Thorsten Margis, Francesco Friedrich||3:16.86|
|LAT||Oskars Melbardis, Janis Strenga||3:16.91|
|4||GER||Nico Walther, Christian Poser||3:17.06|
|Women's 2-Man Competition|
|February 21 - Final|
|GER||Mariama Jamanka, Lisa Marie Buckwitz||3:22.45|
|USA||Lauren Gibbs, Elana Meyers Taylor||3:22.52|
|CAN||Phylicia George, Kaillie Humphries||3:22.89|
|4||GER||Stephanie Schneider, Annika Drazek||3:22.97|
|Open 4-Man Competition|
|February 25 - Final|
|GER||Thorsten Margis, Candy Bauer, Martin Grothkopp, Francesco Friedrich||3:15.85|
|GER||Alexander Rödiger, Nico Walther, Eric Franke, Kevin Kuske||3:16.38|
|KOR||Seo Young-Woo, Kim Dong-Hyun, Won Yun-Jong, Jun Jung-Lin||3:16.38|
|4||SUI||Rico Peter, Thomas Amrhein, Simon Friedli, Michael Kuonen||3:16.59|
Total Medal Leaders
GER 14 CAN 11
GER 10 CAN 8
CAN 10 OAR 9
Total Medal Leaders
Fourcade 3 Bjørgen 2
Bolshunov 3 Nilsson 2
Johansson 2 Bescond 2
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