2018 News Stories
Canadians settle for sixth spot in team competition
Canada’s most accomplished luge athletes park sleds having rewritten the history books
Teenager Reid Watts slides to career best on World Cup in 15th
Olympic Medallists Alex Gough and Sam Edney to Slide into Retirement at Viessmann Luge World Cup in Calgary December 8
Two-time Olympic medallist Alex Gough to forerun women’s race, taking final run on Calgary track
Canadian Team hits the track in Calgary on Tuesday at 2:30 and Wednesday at 9 a.m.
Calgary’s Kyla Graham leads young Canucks with 18th-place finish in women’s race
Whistler’s own Reid Watts slides to 22nd
Watts finishes in 22nd, fractions of a second out of top-10 in deep men’s field
Carolyn Maxwell finishes as top Canadian woman in 19th
New Look Canadian Luge Team Slide into Whistler to Host Viessmann FIL Luge World Cup and Viessmann Team Relay World Cup
Canadian Team hits the track in Whistler on Wednesday at 3 p.m., Thursday 9 a.m.
Colton Clarke, Kyla Graham win singles titles, veterans Tristan Walker and Justin Snith win doubles
Walker, Snith, Edney, Gough erase Sochi heartbreak with priceless run
It took 46.66 seconds for Alex Gough’s emotions to go from despondent to euphoric.
known for occasionally breaking up a German party in women’s luge, Canada’s Alex Gough may do it again, but this time on the ultimate stage at PyeongChang 2018.
Canadians remain confident, ready for clean slate, heading into Olympic Winter Games
Kim McRae slides to 11th, Doubles tandem of Walker and Snith place 12th
Doubles team of Tristan Walker and Justin Snith finish 12th
Alex Gough finishes sixth in women’s singles luge race