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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

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

de Bruin pilots Canadian duo to first career World Champs medal on 30th birthday

Canadians Justin Kripps and Cam Stones Win Bobsleigh Silver at World Championships in Whistler

Chris Spring and Neville Wright edged off two-man podium in fourth

Canada Ready to Welcome the World in Whistler for 2019 BMW IBSF Bobsleigh and Skeleton World Championships

Media invited to official training starting February 27, racing begins March 1

Justin Kripps Pilots Four-Man Bobsleigh to Fifth at Calgary World Cup

Dave Greszczyszyn slides to second-straight sixth in skeleton, matches career-best eighth overall finish on World Cup

Canada’s Mirela Rahneva Slides to Skeleton Silver at World Cup Finals in Calgary

Rahneva locks up third place in Overall World Cup Standings with two medals in final weekend

Canadian Skeleton Women Mirela Rahneva and Elisabeth Maier Win Gold and Bronze at Calgary World Cup

Three Canadian women finish in top-five, Jane Channell slides to season-best fifth, Dave Greszczyszyn matches career-best in Calgary, placing sixth in men’s race

Canada’s Olympic Bobsleigh and Skeleton Athletes Team Up with Calgary Stampede Cowboys and Royalty for Bobsleigh Push Challenge Competition

Unique push challenge and luncheon, February 19, to kick off World Cup week in Calgary

Canada’s Team Kripps Captures First Ever World Cup Four-Man Bobsleigh Win

Canadian crew of Kripps, Cam Stones, Ben Coakwell and rookie Ryan Sommer Shock World in Lake Placid