2022 Olympics
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Team Kripps Wins Back-to-Back World Cup Four-Man Bobsleigh Gold in Lake Placid

Athletes attribute new culture, teamwork keys to driving podium performances

Canadian Bobsledders Win Gold and Bronze at World Cup in Lake Placid

Team Kripps strikes four-man gold, Christine de Bruin and Kristen Bujnowski battle to women’s bronze

Mirela Rahneva Slides to Fourth for Second-Straight Week at Skeleton World Cup in Lake Placid

Canada’s Mirela Rahneva finished just four-hundredths off the podium in fourth place in the women’s skeleton World Cup race in Lake Placid, New York on Friday.

Team Kripps Bobsleds to Back-to-Back Bronze at Lake Placid World Cup

Justin Kripps joins forces with Cam Stones to claim 14th career World Cup podium

Canada’s Justin Kripps and Ben Coakwell Win Bobsleigh Bronze in Lake Placid

Mirela Rahneva fourth in women’s skeleton, Christine de Bruin and Dawn Richardson Wilson fifth in women’s bobsleigh

Cynthia Appiah Named Recipient of L. Lamont Gordon Award

Annual Award created in 2017 to recognize athletes who exemplify sportsmanship and team spirit

A Letter to Canadians: Bobsleigh Canada Skeleton Releases Kaillie Humphries to the United States

Bobsleigh Canada Skeleton Mourns Passing of L. Lamont ‘Monty’ Gordon

Bobsleigh Canada Skeleton notes with great sadness and profound gratitude for his friendship and support, that L. Lamont ‘Monty’ Gordon has passed away at age 87. Monty was an acclaimed international businessman, best known for bringing the first ‘bought

Bobsleigh Canada Skeleton Launches New National Recruitment Drive #Tracking2022 #ALLIN

National Team athletes and coaches to help conduct recruitment camps from coast-to-coast

Launch of Canadian Sport Helpline

Canada’s Justin Kripps Pilots Four-Man Crew to Historic Bronze Medal at World Bobsleigh Championships in Whistler

Kripps joins Pierre Lueders and Vic Emery as only three Canadians ever to drive to both two- and four-man podiums in same World Championships

Canadian Trio Slide into Top-15 at Skeleton World Championships in Whistler

Elisabeth Maier finishes 10th and Mirela Rahneva 12th in women’s race, Dave Greszczyszyn slides to 11th