Fritz Feierabend ( born June 29, 1908 in Engelberg, † November 25, 1978 in Stans ) was a Swiss Bobsportler. He was active from 1933 to 1955 and during this time was the most successful bob pilots around the world, both in the two- man and four as well.
Feierabend constructed together with his father Carl the world's first, fully made of steel bobsled, which became known as "Feierabend Bob ". At the World Championships he won six gold, three silver and three bronze medals at the Olympic Games three times he was runner-up and third twice. In addition, five Swiss championship title. Although he had to take a multi-year break from competition during the Second World War, he was able in 1947 to build on its previous successes and even exceed them.
- Garmisch -Partenkirchen 1936: 2 Two-Man 2 four-man bobsleigh
- St. Moritz 1948: 2 Two-
- Oslo 1952: 3 two-man, four-man 3
- St. Moritz 1935: Four-Man 3
- St. Moritz 1938: 3 Two-
- Cortina d' Ampezzo 1939: 1 four-man bobsleigh
- St. Moritz 1947: 1 Two-Man Bobsled 1
- Lake Placid 1949: 2 two-man, four-man 3
- Cortina d' Ampezzo 1950: 1 Two-Man 2 four-man bobsleigh
- Cortina d' Ampezzo 1954: 1 four-man bobsleigh
- St. Moritz 1955: 1 Two-Man 2 four-man bobsleigh