(b 5 December 1967 in Schmalkalden) is a former German biathlete. FrankLuck started early with cross country skiing, but in 1980 he went over to biathlon. By 1988 at the age of 21 he had already qualified for the Winter Olympics in Calgary, where he finished sixth in the sprint event. His big breakthrough came with the 10 km sprint world title in 1989. Having originally competed for the East German team, by 1991, Germany had unified and Luck was now competing for the combined Germany team. Because of illness he missed the 1992 Winter Olympics in Albertville, but at the 1994 Winter Olympics in Lillehammer he won the gold medal with the German relay team which he repeated four years later at the 1998 Winter Olympics in Nagano. During his seventeen-year career, Luck won eleven world championship gold medal with the last one in the relay in 2004 at Oberhof where retired as a biathlete after this event. With five silver and three bronze medals he is one of the most successful world championship competitors of all time.
29.08.2012 ... am Stammtisch der Gaststätte “Zur Guten Quelle” über berühmte Söhne des Ortes, so ging es bis vor kurzem vorrangig um den Ehrenbürger von Springstille, den Olympiasieger und Weltmeister im Biathlon, FrankLuck.