Winter Olympic Sports: Luge
Luge riders hurtle down a slippery ice track at great speed, relying on reflexes for steering. Unlike bobsleigh, however, they have no protection should they make an error.
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Hackl of Germany is the most successful ...
Mar 1, 2010 ... Highlights from the final of the men's luge event at the Vancouver 2010 Winter
Olympic Games as Germany's Felix Loch wins gold. For more ...
Luge is also the name of an Olympic sport. Of the three Olympic sliding sports,
which include bobsleigh and skeleton, luge is the fastest and most dangerous.
In the Olympics luge
doubles, two runs are made on the same day.
They then lie on their backs to be as aerodynamic as possible. The luge
events at the Vancouver 2010 Olympics
begin on Saturday February 13, 2010 with the men's singles competition and end on Wednesday F... More »
Luge is one of the most dangerous sports in the Olympic games, and the athletes
who race down an icy, high-banked track at up to 90 mph (140 kpg) are a ...
Preview of the Olympic event luge. ... which takes its name from the French word
for sled, is one of the fastest Olympic sports, with riders exceeding 90 mph.
Feb 8, 2014 ... The 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi could see a world record or two broken, as
the planet's top athletes push each other to greater heights and ...
Feb 8, 2014 ... Slowing down Sochi's luge track to make it safer won't mean it's less challenging.
The latest news, events and results for USA Luge from the USOC official site. ...
Federation Board. Two-time Olympian to receive full voting rights on FIL Board ...