Russia's Alexander Shakhnazarov has been awarded a Ring of Honour by the International Luge Federation (FIL).
International Luge Federation (FIL) President Josef Fendt has met with the Russian Deputy Minister of Sport, Tourism and Youth Yuri Nagornykh during a visit to Moscow.
Lugers from around the world have travelled to Pyeongchang to test the sliding track which will be used at the 2018 Winter Olympics.
Germany's Olympic champion Natalie Geisenberger wrapped up the women's overall World Cup title by coming second in the season ending race on her home track in Winterberg today.
Germany’s Tatjana Hüfner secured the women’s luge European Championship title for the first time in her career in Alternberg, to complete her pursuit of all major titles.
Germany’s Felix Loch claimed the men’s European crown and overall International Luge Federation (FIL) World Cup title by recording the two fastest runs in Altenberg today.
Five-time Olympic luger Shiva Keshavan has started a crowdfunding campaign through online platform BitGiving as he looks to sustain his career.
Germany's Felix Loch clinched his sixth consecutive Luge World Cup victory after coming out on top in Sochi, the scene of his second Olympic singles triumph in 2014.
Germany’s Tobias Wendl and Tobias Arlt claimed the record for the most Luge World Cup doubles wins in history after the pair topped the podium in Sochi today.
Olympic champion Felix Loch claimed his fifth Luge World Championships title in Königssee today, before helping hosts Germany win the team relay.
Double Olympic champion Natalie Geisenberger defended her women's title at the World Luge Championships in Königssee today.
Triple Olympic champion Felix Loch claimed the men's sprint title as Germany won six medals on the opening day of the Luge World Championships on their home track in Königssee.
International Olympic Committee (IOC) President Thomas Bach and German Chancellor Angela Merkel will be among the guests of honour at the upcoming International Luge Federation (FIL) World Championships, it has been announced.
Five-time Winter Olympian Shiva Keshavan of India has been forced to pull out of this month’s Luge World Championships and the ongoing Luge World Cup season due to a lack of funding.
Germany’s Tobias Wendl and Tobias Arlt moved to within one win of matching the record number of Luge World Cup doubles victories after leading a German one-two finish on their home track in Oberhof.