Luge Canada

2019 News Stories

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


Launch of the Canadian Sport Helpline

Canada’s Tristan Walker and Justin Snith Match Season Best Fifth at Luge World Cup

Reid Watts finishes 19th in men’s singles race

Women’s Canadian Doubles Team Finishes in Top-15 at Junior World Championships

Canadian Doubles Washed into 11th Despite Clean Runs at Luge World Cup in Germany

Canadian Luge Squad Slides to Fifth in World Championship Relay

Reid Watts and doubles team post fastest start reaction times

Canada’s Kim McRae Cracks Top-15 at Luge World Championships in Winterberg

WINTERBERG, Ger.—Kim McRae knows the work she needs to do over the off-season to be in the medal mix following a disappointing 14th-place finish in women’s singles racing at the Luge World Championships on Saturday.

Canadian Lugers Settle for Sixth in World Cup Relay

KONIGSSEE, Ger.— Two Canadian teenagers and two Olympic medallists teamed up to finish sixth in the relay competition at the Luge World Cup in Konigssee, Germany.

Canadian Teen Carolyn Maxwell Mixes it Up With Mothers of Luge Finishing 11th at World Cup in Germany

Tristan Walker and Justin Snith slide to 13th in doubles action