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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.

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Canadian Luge Athlete Caitlin Nash Slides Shy of Youth Olympic Games Podium in Fourth

Calgary teenager, Kailey Allan, fights for seventh place

Canadian Luge Athletes Slide to Seventh in World Cup Relay

Teenage Canucks making steady progress in rebuilding year against world’s best

Tristan Walker and Justin Snith 10th at Viessmann Luge World Cup Altenberg

Canadian Teens Cole Zajanski, Devin Wardrope 13th in World Cup debut, Reid Watts finishes 18th in men’s race

Tristan Walker and Justin Snith Slide to Sixth at Viessmann Luge World Cup in Whistler

Canadian teens, Caitlin Nash and Natalie Corless first females to race World Cup doubles

Canadian Teenagers Slide into Top-15 at Viessmann Luge World Cup in Whistler

Carolyn Maxwell finishes 12th, Makenna Hodgson 14th

Canadian Luge Team Host Viessmann Luge World Cup and BMW Sprint World Cup

Canadian Team hits the track in Whistler December 12 at 9:30 a.m. for Nation’s Cup and final training runs


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