Austrian Jonas Müller will aim for a hat-trick of men's singles victories at the International Luge Federation World Cup in Whistler.
Austria's Jonas Müller made it two men's victories from as many races at the International Luge Federation World Cup this season as he clinched the narrowest of wins in Lake Placid.
Germany's Julia Taubitz slid to the third International Luge Federation World Cup victory of her career as she claimed the women's title in Lake Placid.
Lake Placid is set to host the second event of the International Luge Federation (FIL) World Cup season, with the opening sprint competition also taking place.
The prizes for USA Luge's fifth annual "Running of the Balls" fundraiser have been announced by title sponsor Duluth Trading Company.
Jonas Müller triumphed in the opening event of the men’s International Luge Federation World Cup season in front of a home crowd in Innsbruck.
Tatyana Ivanova of Russia claimed her 11th career singles win on the opening day of the International Luge Federation World Cup season in Innsbruck.
German number one Julia Taubitz has claimed she is "relaxed" ahead of the Luge World Cup season, where she will lead the team in the absence of seven-time defending champion Natalie Geisenberger.
Emily Sweeney received the female athlete of the year prize at USA Luge’s annual awards at the United States Olympic and Paralympic Committee Training Centre in Lake Placid.
Two-time reigning Olympic champion Natalie Geisenberger will not compete in the upcoming luge season as she and her husband are expecting their first child in April.
Italy's Sandra Robatscher has said she will miss the first part of the upcoming luge season due to an injury.
USA Luge have joined forces with Rapid Reboot as they seek to improve training recovery periods for athletes and help them reach the next level of sport performance.
USA Luge has announced the fifth staging of its "Running of the Balls" fundraiser.
The International Luge Federation (FIL) has established a working group called "Strategy and Structures".
Poland's Maciej Kurowski has been appointed head coach of the development programme at the International Luge Federation (FIL).