Canadian bobsleigh teams named for PyeongChang 2018

For the first time ever, Team Canada will field a maximum number of sleds for two-man women’s and four-man bobsleigh at an Olympic Winter Games.

Canadian bobsleigh and skeleton sleds set to fly in PyeongChang

Graphics student's unique design pays homage to Royal Canadian Air Force

Canadian Bobsledders Win Men's and Women's Overall World Cup Titles on Double Medal Day in Germany

Justin Kripps and Kaillie Humphries secure top spot on overall podiums with bronze and silver medals

Elisabeth Vathje Captures Crystal Globe for Third Place Overall Finish on Skeleton World Cup

Jane Channell leads Canadian charge with a sixth-place at final World Cup of season

Chris Spring Drives to Four-Man Bobsleigh Bronze at World Cup in St. Moritz

Four-man podium brings Canadian bobsledders medal haul to 14 heading into final weekend

Canadians Celebrate Bittersweet Day Sliding to Fourth in World Cup Bobsleigh

Alysia Rissling and Heather Moyse breakthrough with top result of season, Justin Kripps and Jesse Lumsden narrowly miss second-straight podium

Canada’s Elisabeth Vathje Celebrates Magical Skeleton Bronze

Mirela Rahneva narrowly misses podium finishing in fourth spot

Team Kripps Edged off Four-Man Bobsleigh Podium in Fourth at World Cup in Altenberg

ALTENBERG, Ger.—Team Kripps slid just short of winning medals in back-to-back days, finishing fourth in the four-man bobsleigh race at a World Cup in Altenberg, Germany.

Canadian Bobsledders Celebrate Double Gold in Record Fashion at World Cup in Altenberg

Kaillie Humphries and Phylicia George win women’s race, Justin Kripps and Alex Kopacz complete golden sweep in two-man race

Jane Channell Leads Canadian Charge with Sixth Place Skeleton World Cup Finish

Four Canadians finish in top-15, Dave Greszczyszyn finishes as top Canuck in men’s race, placing 10th