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2017 News Stories

Olympic Veterans Crowned 2018 Canadian Luge Champions

Alex Gough and Sam Edney win singles titles, Tristan Walker and Justin Snith claim eighth doubles championship

Petro-Canada 2017 Fuelling Athlete and Coaching Excellence (FACE™) grant recipients

Luge Canada Welcomes New Board Members During Annual General Meeting

Whistler Sport Legacies / Whistler Sliding Centre hiring

NOTICE - ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING OF THE CANADIAN LUGE ASSOCIATION

Alex Gough Slides to Sixth in Singles, Canadians Fifth in Final Luge World Cup Relay

Sam Edney Slides into History Books with Bronze Medal at Luge World Cup in Pyeongchang

Edney becomes first Canadian male ever to reach podium outside of Canada

Top Canadian Women’s and Doubles Sleds Sixth at Luge World Cup in Pyeongchang

Kim McRae and doubles team of Walker and Snith enjoy good vibes on Olympic Track

Canada’s Carolyn Maxwell Celebrates Luge Silver at Youth World Cup in Germany

Maxwell grabs third medal of the season, first on European ice

Kim McRae Finishes Fifth, Doubles Team Leads Canadians to Fourth in Relay

Doubles team of Walker and Snith shine for Canucks in Oberhof

Canada’s Tristan Walker and Justin Snith Post Season Best Luge Result in Fourth at World Cup in Germany

Sam Edney top Canadian sled in men’s singles, placing 17th

Canadian Luge Athletes Slide into Sixth in World Championship Team Relay

Mitch Malyk leads Canadian men in singles with 25th place finish

Canada’s Kim McRae Slides into History Books with Bronze at Luge World Championships

Alex Gough finishes just off podium in fifth place

Canada’s Kim McRae Fine in Fifth at Luge World Cup in Sigulda

Alex Gough whipped into 13th, Doubles tandem of Walker and Snith place 18th

Canadian Luge Athletes Finish Fourth at World Cup Relay in Germany

Mitch Malyk slides to 13th, Sam Edney places 14th in men’s singles racing

Canadians Snowed Out of Medals at Luge World Cup in Germany

Tristan Walker and Justin Snith Slide to Fifth in Doubles, Alex Gough sixth, Kim McRae 11th in one-run women’s singles race