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Justin Kripps Pilots Four-Man Team to Bobsled Bronze at Beijing Olympics

By Gregory StrongThe Canadian Press

Canadians proud of results in Beijing 2022 two-woman bobsleigh event

By Jamie Tozer Team Canada/Olympic.ca

Chris Spring and Mike Evelyn Lead Canadian Two-Man Sleds at Olympics in Seventh

This report by The Canadian Press was first published Feb. 15, 2022. Donna Spencer, The Canadian Press

Christine de Bruin claims Olympic bronze for Canada in monobob debut

National Post Article by Dan Barnes

Mirela Rahneva Flies into Fifth in Olympic Skeleton

Jane Channell holds 17th spot, Blake Enzie slides to 20th in Olympic debut

Bobsleigh Canada Skeleton joins RBC Training Ground to find Olympic talent

Canadian athletes between the ages of 14 and 25 have the chance to be scouted by nine Team Canada sports for free, including Bobsleigh Canada Skeleton

21 bobsleigh and skeleton athletes nominated to represent Team Canada in Beijing

Canadian athletes pay homage to Royal Canadian Navy

Canadian Bobsledders Win Silver and Bronze at Sliding Sport Shrine in St. Moritz

Team Kripps finishes second overall on World Cup, rookie pilot Cynthia Appiah third overall in monobob

Canada’s Mirela Rahneva Rockets to Skeleton Bronze at World Cup in St. Moritz

Jane Channell slides into seventh spot, Blake Enzie 19th in men’s race

Justin Kripps and Cam Stones Team Up for Bronze at Bobsleigh World Cup in Germany

Cynthia Appiah slides to fifth, Melissa Lotholz sixth, Christine de Bruin eighth

Christine de Bruin and Kristen Bujnowski Win Fourth Bronze of Bobsleigh World Cup Season

Team de Bruin celebrates first double medal weekend of career

Canada’s Christine de Bruin Strikes Gold in World Cup Monobob

Justin Kripps and Ryan Sommer slide into fourth in two-man bobsleigh race