Austria's Reinhard Egger earned a maiden International Luge Federation (FIL) World Cup victory in Königssee after only one run was possible in the men's event.
Julia Taubitz clinched her second International Luge Federation World Cup win of the season in Königssee.
The Königssee sliding track will host an International Luge Federation (FIL) World Cup event from tomorrow as part of its 50th anniversary celebrations.
Former Olympic competitor Valdis Ķuzis is to receive a lifetime achievement award, the Latvian Luge Federation (FIL) has announced.
Olympic silver medallist Dajana Eitberger secured gold in the women’s singles event at the International Luge Federation (FIL) World Cup in Lake Placid.
Russia’s Roman Repilov took full advantage of Wolfgang Kindl’s disqualification to win the men’s singles event at the International Luge Federation (FIL) World Cup as Erin Hamlin made a farewell appearance in Lake Placid.
Spectators will be able to bid farewell to four-time Olympian Erin Hamlin as the American makes a final appearance on the International Luge Federation (FIL) World Cup circuit in Lake Placid.
Julia Taubitz of Germany beat compatriot Natalie Geisenberger to win her first Luge World Cup race at today's women's event in the Canadian city of Calgary.
Wolfgang Kindl continued his superb start to the Luge World Cup season by claiming a third victory in four races in Calgary.
Four-time Olympic champion Natalie Geisenberger of Germany will hope to maintain her perfect start to the Luge World Cup season when the campaign continues in Calgary this weekend.
USA Luge will once again hold its traditional charity event, the Running of the Balls (ROTB), at the Luge World Cup event in Lake Placid on December 15.
Four-time Olympic champion Natalie Geisenberger of Germany maintained her perfect start to the new Luge World Cup season as she claimed her second straight women's singles victory in Whistler in Canada.
Austrian Wolfgang Kindl set a track record on his way to sealing gold in the men's singles event as Toni Eggert of Germany completed a remarkable comeback from a broken leg with victory in the doubles at the Luge World Cup in Whistler.
Austrian athletes will look to continue last weekend's success at the Luge World Cup in Innsbruck when Whistler in Canada hosts this weekend's event.
Daria Obratov, who in February became the first Croatian in history to compete in luge at the Winter Olympic Games, has been honoured by the European Fair Play Movement (EFPM).