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Bobsled and luge news
Saturday, Feb. 4, 2006


News to February 23, 2002

Hays, Shimer end U.S. medal drought
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Canadian Pierre Lueders finishes in ninth
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9:46 PM | FULL STORY arrow
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Athlete's victory a family affair
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American Jim Shea celebrates after his first skeleton run Wednesday. Photo: Kazuhiro Nogi/AFP
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Canada's Jeff Pain finished fifth on Wednesday, while Lindsay Alcock was sixth in the women's event, writes James Christie
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11:40 PM | FULL STORY arrow
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Sledders happy to be part of history
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Christina Smith and Paula McKenzie placed ninth in first women's Olympic bobsled competition
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10:44 PM | FULL STORY arrow
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Bobsleigh Spotlight
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For the first time, women will compete in the bobsleigh event at the Olympics
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Luge Spotlight
It's the French word for 'sled' or 'toboggan', but in Olympic Luge, there are no brakes, and no soft snow bank at the end of a 1,316 metre run
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Skeleton Spotlight
The athletes are called courageous -- when they're not being called crazy
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Standings
Final

Country
G
S
B
TTL

GER
12
16
7
35
USA
10
13
11
34
NOR
11
7
6
24
CAN
6
3
8
17
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