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2020 News Stories

COVID-19 Keeps Canadian Luge Athletes on Home Ice Until Holiday Break

Young squad to focus on continued development while training at Whistler Sliding Centre

50th FIL Luge World Championships 2021 will not be held in Whistler

Olympic Medallist Alex Gough Re-Elected for Second Term on Luge Canada Board of Directors

Steve Harris returns as President, Board welcomes lawyer Peter Major and business leader, Brian Onushko

American Duncan Kennedy Recruited to Provide Additional Coaching Support to Canada’s Luge Squad in New Era

Decorated, medal-winning athlete/coach poised to put technical touch on Canadian program

NOTICE: ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING OF THE CANADIAN LUGE ASSOCIATION

Canadian Luge Community Rallies Behind Garrett Reid

Luge Athletes Caitlin Nash and Natalie Corless Win Canada’s First Medal at Youth Olympic Games Sliding to Silver

Teenagers celebrate historic month as women’s doubles makes Youth Olympic Games debut

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