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Tobogganing, organized in Austria by the Austrian Tobogganing Association (Österreichischer Rodelverband, ÖRV), which was founded in 1945 and meanwhile consists of 296 clubs with 25,500 members (1994). Forerunner organization was the Association of German Tobogganing Clubs in Austria (Verband Deutscher Schlittensportvereine in Österreich), which was founded in Leoben in 1909. Competitions are carried out on natural and artificial toboggan runs. Single-seat competitions for women, for men also dual-seat competitions. Biggest Austrian successes during the past few years: D. Neuner was awarded the gold medal, her sister A. Neuner the silver medal at the 1992 Olympic Winter Games in Albertville; M. Prock was awarded the silver medal, A. Tagwerker the bronze medal at the 1994 Olympic Winter Games in Lillehammer. M. Prock was awarded the world cup several times.


 
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