2022 Olympics


Elisabeth Maier Finishes Fifth in World Cup Skeleton

Bobsleigh Canada Skeleton Names Athletes to 2021 National Skeleton Program

Olympic veterans look to lead team back on international tracks early in the New Year

Mama Maier Slides to Seventh in Return to Skeleton World Cup

Canada’s Elisabeth Maier competes in first race since taking one-year maternity leave

Newly Named Canadian Bobsleigh Athletes Stay Ready on Track to 2022

Diverse coaching and support team to keep national squad focused on podium

Canada’s Jane Channell Battles to Season-Best Eighth at Skeleton World Championships in Germany

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

Canadian duo come from behind to slide to third place at World Champs for second-straight season

Team Kripps Bobsleds to Back-to-Back Bronze in Latvia

Canadian sled finishes third in Overall World Cup two-man rankings

Canada’s Justin Kripps and Ben Coakwell Win Bobsleigh Bronze at World Cup in Latvia

Christine de Bruin and Kristen Bujnowski finish third overall in women’s bobsleigh

Canadian Four-Man Bobsleigh Crew Strikes Gold at Sliding Sport Shrine in St. Moritz

Team Kripps slides to first career podium in Switzerland, finishes third in Overall World Cup

Canadian Bobsledders Take Four-Man Bronze in Konigssee, Germany

Justin Kripps pilots Canadian crew to first ever four-man podium in Konigssee

Justin Kripps and Cam Stones Battle to Bobsleigh Silver in Germany

Christine de Bruin and Kristen Bujnowski take fourth place in women’s bobsleigh race

Canada’s Mirela Rahneva Fourth at Skeleton World Cup in Germany

Jane Channell slides to 15th, Kevin Boyer leads Canadian men in 17th