2022 News Stories
Two Accomplished Olympians Alex Gough and Kim McRae Re-Elected for Top Positions on Luge Canada’s Board of Directors
Alex Gough to serve another two-year term as President, Kim McRae appointed to Vice-President of Sport
CALGARY—Robert Fegg is returning to Canada to take head coaching reigns of the Canadian Luge Team and guide the program into a new era.
BEIJING, Chn.—It wasn’t the result he was looking for, but Canada’s Reid Watts never quit en route to a 17th-place finish at the 2022 Olympic Winter Games on Sunday in Beijing.
Canadian athletes between the ages of 14 and 25 have the chance to be scouted by nine Team Canada sports for free, including Luge Canada
ST. MORITZ, Sui.— Canada’s Tristan Walker and Justin Snith put down a season-best eighth-place finish in the final World Cup doubles luge race in their final event before the start of the Olympic Winter Games.
Two Olympic medallists will lead a new generation of luge athletes into their first Olympic Winter Games at Beijing 2022 as Luge Canada and the Canadian Olympic Committee nominated three women and three men to Team Canada.
Luge Athletes to be Nominated to Beijing 2022 Canadian Olympic Team while connecting with Elementary school students in
TORONTO— Luge Canada and the Canadian Olympic Committee will announce the luge athletes nominated to compete for Team Canada at Beijing 2022 on Tuesday, January 18 at 10 a.m. ET.
The veterans of the Canadian Luge Team, Tristan Walker and Justin Snith, battled to their second top-10 finish of the World Cup season, sliding to ninth place in Oberhof, Germany on Saturday.
Canadian teenager, Trinity Ellis, battles to 15th in women’s singles race