Bobsledders finish fourth
Olympic bobsledder Pierre Lueders is good as gold to those who know him, even though a second medal win eluded him yesterday with a fourth-place finish.
February 26: Full Story

Canadians 'pushing' to be on podium
With a little more push and not so many nerves, the Canadian four-man bobsled team just might grab a medal today.
February 25: Full Story

Ready to rock
Without Canada left in hockey, the four-man bobsled, with the final two runs tomorrow, will be Canada's last chance for a medal at Turin 2006. And Pierre Lueders, who won silver in two-man, is ready enough to go that he didn't bother to take a sixth and final training run yesterday.
February 24: Full Story

Winning 'tin' tickles Canuck sledders
Helen Upperton steered her bobsled across the finish line yesterday, then turned it directly toward Vancouver. "In 2010 we're going to be ready for some serious business," the pilot of Canada-1 said.
February 22: Full Story

'I only think of Canada'
Cindy Klassen is getting to be an old hand at this. It was her third trip to the Medal Plaza in Piazza Castello and she still hasn't skated her best event yet.
February 21: Full Story


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February 20: Lueders sleds tears!
February 19: Sliding into a storm
February 17: Thanks, Anne
February 7: Runnings made cool
January 29: Lueders grabs overall bobsled title
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