Germany captured their third gold in three luge events at the Winter Olympics on Wednesday when world champions Tobias Wendl and Tobias Arlt won the men's pairs.
World Cup winners Wendl and Arlt clocked a combined time of one min 38.933 sec after two runs to finish 0.522sec ahead of Austrian brothers Andreas and Wolfgang Linger, who came to Sochi as reigning two-time Olympic champions.
In their first run, Wendl and Arlt set a new track record of 49.373sec.
Latvian brothers Andris and Juris Sics, who grabbed silver at Vancouver in 2001, finished in third place.
On Sunday Felix Loch won the men's singles gold medal while Natalie Geisenberger added the women's title on Tuesday.