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LUGE Preview: German sweep upcoming at World Championships in Winterberg?

The 48th edition of the FIL World Championships are this week in Winterberg (GER), with racing from Friday through Sunday: ● 25 January: Sprints ● 26...

LUGE Preview: Is it Taubitz’s turn to be the best women’s luger?

Until last week’s races in Konigssee, there was no question but that Germany’s Natalie Geisenberger is the best women’s luger in the world. Maybe...

LUGE Preview: Geisenberger’s streak on the line in Konigssee

The FIL World Cup season passes the halfway mark in Konigssee (GER) this weekend, with Germany’s Olympic women’s champion, Natalie Geisenberger putting her streak...

LUGE Preview: Geisenberger’s streak on the line in Lake Placid

It’s hard to imagine, but this week’s races at Lake Placid, New York (USA) are already the fourth out of nine stops on the...

LUGE: Third seasonal win for Kindl in Calgary

Austria’s Wolfgang Kindl won the men’s world title back in 2017, but has never won a seasonal World Cup title. He’s trying to change...

LUGE Preview: Geisenberger tries to stay perfect in Calgary

The North American section of the FIL World Cup tour for 2018-19 continues this week in Calgary (CAN), with the third of nine World...

LUGE: Geisenberger still perfect after Whistler World Cup

Germany’s Olympic and World Champion Natalie Geisenberger continued to dominate the women’s World Cup circuit, winning her third race in a row, this time...

LUGE Preview: World Cup comes to North America

The annual stopover for the Luge World Cup in Canada and the United States starts this weekend, with racing in Whistler, followed by stops...

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