Luge Canada

Viessmann Luge World Cup and BMW Sprint World Cup

December 13-14 in Whistler, BC

Ava Rose Finishes Third Overall in Youth World Cup Women’s Standings.

Devin Wardrope and Thomas Fassnidge celebrate a Crystal Globe of their own after placing third in the Overall Youth Doubles standings.

Natalie Corless and Caitlin Nash Celebrate Crystal Globes for Finishing First Overall in Women’s Doubles on Youth World Cup.

Corless also finished on top for overall women’s singles on the Youth World Cup.

News &

Calgary Luger Kailey Allan Wins Gold at Youth World Cup in Austria

Teenager slides to top of podium despite setbacks of home track and school closures

Canadian Luge Duo Slide to Seventh in Lake Placid

Carolyn Maxwell leads two Canadian women’s sleds into top-15

Canadian Teenager Trinity Ellis Slides to Eighth at Luge World Cup Opener in Austria

Justin Snith and Tristan Walker team up for ninth place finish in doubles

Olympic Medallist Sam Edney Named High-Performance Manager of Luge Canada

Four-time Olympian motivated to guide new generation of luge athletes towards international podium

International Luge Federation Officially Appoints Whistler as Host of 2021 World Championships

Luge Canada applied to relocate Luge World Championships from Calgary to Whistler


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