2022 Olympics
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63
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20
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45

News

Canadian Bobsledders Celebrate Double Bronze in Austria

Christine de Bruin and Kristen Bujnowski win third women’s bronze, Team Kripps captures first four-man podium of Olympic season

Justin Kripps and Cam Stones Celebrate Bobsleigh Bronze in Austria

Christine de Bruin slides to fourth in monobob, Cynthia Appiah fifth, Mirela Rahneva 11th in women’s skeleton

Canada’s Christine de Bruin and Kristen Bujnowski Win Bobsleigh Bronze at World Cup Opener

Team Kripps slides to sixth place in four-man action

Three Canadian Bobsleds Slide into Top-Five at World Cup Opener in Austria

Cynthia Appiah fourth, Melissa Lotholz fifth in women’s monobob, Justin Kripps and Cam Stones fourth in two-man race

Canada’s Bobsleigh and Skeleton Athletes Ready for World Cup Opener

Newly named national team athletes continue mission for medals on track to Beijing, Ontario teen slides into skeleton spotlight

Canada’s Christine De Bruin and Kristen Bujnowski Battle to Bronze in Women’s Bobsleigh Test Event in Beijing

Team Kripps slides to fourth place in four-man action

Cynthia Appiah Wins Bobsleigh Bronze at Beijing Test Event

Christine De Bruin slides to fourth, Justin Kripps and Cam Stones place fourth in two-man race, Elisabeth Maier leads skeleton athletes in 13th

Smartvita Steps up to the Starting Block with Canada’s Bobsleigh and Skeleton Athletes

Support through 2023 season to help Canadian athletes gain nutritional edge on competition

Canadian bobsledder Cynthia Appiah’s pilot project is pushing back against bias and taking her to new heights. It’s no trivial pursuit

Cynthia Appiah’s lifelong devotion is not to bobsleigh … but “Jeopardy!”

Canadians to connect through #PowerOfSport

Canadian Paralympic Committee, Canadian Olympic Committee, Own the Podium, and CBC Sports launch new initiative to share positive impact of sport on Canadian communities

Cythina Appiah and Team Kripps Show No Quit in Fifth-Place Fight at Bobsleigh World Championships

Developing pilot, Appiah, slides to fifth in women’s monobob; Team Kripps matches result in four-man

Jane Channell Leads Canucks in Eighth at Skeleton World Championships

ALTENBERG, Ger.—Jane Channell battled through tough conditions to finish in eighth spot at the Skeleton World Championships for the second-straight year in Altenberg, Germany on Friday.