Four-Time Olympic Bobsleigh Pilot Chris Spring Slides into Retirement

After sliding to nine World Cup podiums, Spring to focus on aviation and bobsleigh coaching careers

Bobsleigh Canada Skeleton Names New Coaching Leadership Structure to Support National Skeleton Program

Joe Cecchini and Canadian skeleton alumni, Kevin Boyer and Micaela Widmer, to guide program into new era, strengthening the development pathway; new coaches launch National Recruitment Drive

Statement Re: Reinvestigation Conclusion of Kaillie Humphries Safe Sport Complaint

Bobsleigh Canada Skeleton Welcomes Patrick Jarvis as Interim Chief Executive Officer

Accomplished international sport leader focused on providing organizational stability while ensuring participant wellness

Cynthia Appiah Wins Bobsleigh Bronze at Season Finale in Latvia

Appiah claims Crystal Globe with fifth podium of season, locks up third place in overall World Cup monobob standings

Mirela Rahneva Finishes Third Overall on Skeleton World Cup

Canada’s World Championship bronze medallist slides to sixth in final race of season, Jane Channell ninth

Canada’s Cynthia Appiah Blasts to Bobsleigh Bronze in Austria

Appiah’s fourth podium of the season moves her into third place in overall World Cup monobob standings

Mirela Rahneva Locked in Fourth at Skeleton World Cup in Austria

World Championship bronze medallist sits third overall with one World Cup remaining


Canada’s Cynthia Appiah and Niamh Haughey Slide to Eighth at Bobsleigh World Championships in St. Moritz

Rookie pilot, Bianca Ribi and Erica Voss, finish 13th, Lonnie Bissonnette fourth in Para race

Canada’s Cynthia Appiah Slides to Sixth at Monobob World Championships in St. Moritz

Rookie pilot, Bianca Ribi, finishes ninth in first World Championship test

Canada’s Mirela Rahneva Wins First Ever World Championship Medal Sliding to Bronze in St. Moritz

Jane Channell solid in sixth place for best-ever finish on historic track