The World Cup women's bobsleigh season wrapped up on a high note for one of Canada's pilots on Saturday in Pyeongchang, while the other was left off the podium, and missed the overall title by a mere 14 points.
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Ottawa's Mirela Rahneva capped off an impressive rookie season that saw her finish third overall on the skeleton World Cup circuit with a fifth-place finish on the 2018 Olympic track in Pyeonchang, South Korea on Friday.
Canada's best sliders will be in action at the final skeleton and bobsleigh World Cup stop of the season in Pyeongchang, South Korea.
Canada's Sam Edney slid to a bronze medal at the luge World Cup stop in Pyeongchang, South Korea on Sunday.
Watch live action from the bobsleigh world championships beginning on Friday at 8:15 a.m. ET as Canada's Kaillie Humphries aims for a third world title.
Canada's Kaillie Humphries and Melissa Lotholz returned to the World Cup bobsleigh podium on Saturday, winning silver in Igls, Austria.
The bobsleigh and skeleton World Cup seasons continue this weekend on the historic Igls track in Austria, and you can watch all the action with CBC Sports.
Germany's Johannes Lochner continued his impressive run in Konigssee on Sunday, winning the four-man bobsleigh event for his second World Cup title of the weekend.
Canada's Kimberley McRae will be bringing home a bronze medal from the luge world championships in Innsbruck, Austria, on Saturday. MacRae was 0.240 seconds behind world champion Tatjana Huefner, the German's fifth career individual gold medal, and first in five years.
?Austrian luger Wolfgang Kindl won the men's sprint title at his home world championships on Friday in Innsbruck, Austria, while Erin Hamlin took the women's race for the American's second career gold medal. Victoria's Kimberly McRae was seventh.