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Bobsleigh Canada Skeleton Names Kien Tran New Chief Executive Officer

Accomplished business leader focused on building healthy culture of excellence, providing organizational stability and ensuring participant wellness

Cynthia Appiah Wins Bobsleigh Bronze at World Cup Season Finale in Lake Placid

Appiah slides to first podium of season, 10th monobob medal of her career

Bobsleigh Canada Skeleton Teams Up with Athabasca Oil Corporation

Two Canadian Women’s Bobsleds Battle into Top-10 at World Championships

Cynthia Appiah and Leah Walkeden eighth, Bianca Ribi and Niamh Haughey ninth

Hallie Clarke Wins Skeleton World Championships in Winterberg

At just 19 years old, Clarke becomes just fifth Canadian ever, second woman, to win world title

Cynthia Appiah Fights for Fifth at Monobob World Cup in Altenberg

Taylor Austin and DeVaughn McEwan place 15th in two-man race

Mirela Rahneva Slides .01 Short of World Cup Skeleton Podium in Germany

Jane Channell and Blake Enzie slide to fifth in mixed team competition, .03 shy of third

Mirela Rahneva Strikes Gold at Skeleton World Cup in Sigulda

Rahneva celebrates fifth World Cup victory, 15th career podium finish

Cynthia Appiah Battles Back to Fifth at Monobob World Cup in Norway

Bianca Ribi slides to 12th on her 28th birthday

Hallie Clarke Slides to Season-Best Seventh at Skeleton World Cup in Norway

Mirela Rahneva places 11th in World Cup return, Blake Enzie cracks top-20, Ryan Kuehn 27h in World Cup debut

Bobsleigh Canada Skeleton joins RBC Training Ground to find new Olympic talent

New season gives Canadian athletes between the ages of 14 and 25 the chance to be scouted by thirteen Team Canada sports for free, including Bobsleigh Canada Skeleton

Jane Channell and Blake Enzie Team Up for Sixth in World Cup Skeleton Competition

Hallie Clark leads five Canucks with 11th-place finish in individual races