Tatjana Huefner never relinquished her first place position as she earned her first Olympic gold medal in women’s luge at the Whistler Sliding Centre in Vancouver. Huefner, who improved on her bronze medal finish in Torino 2006, owned three of the top four race times in the competition. Nina Reithmayer, of Austria, collected her first […]
Day four at the Winter Olympics in Vancouver was full of firsts.
Team Germany has good reason to feel confident after the first two runs of the women’s singles luge event at the Whistler Sliding Centre on Monday night. German Tatjana Huefner, who claimed bronze in Turin in 2006, improved upon her first run and finished with a lightning-fast combined time of 1:23.241, good enough for first place […]
German competitors occupied three of the top five spots in the first run of the women’s singles luge at the Whistler Sliding Centre on Monday night. Natalie Geisenberger led the way for the strong German squad, and built off her spectacular World Cup season where she placed in the medal standings in all eight […]
Alex Gough is Canada’s best chance for a medal in Olympic luge and will aim to build upon the solid year she’s already had.