luge luge  /ˈludʒ/


  1. (n) a racing sled for one or two people
  2. (v) move along on a luge or toboggan

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  1. Maybe the American luge team didn't win any medals, but medals aren't what the Olympics are all about.
  2. On or off his luge, Tucker has our gratitude for carrying Puerto Rico's flag and representing our beautiful island in the Games.


  1. Sports Briefs For June 29

    Catch the seventh-annual Maryhill Festival of Speed this weekend as downhill skateboarding and street luge competitors from around the globe compete on the world-famous Maryhill Loops Road in the eastern Gorge.
    on June 29, 2013     Source: Hood River News

  2. John Furlong, Winter Olympics head, devastated by athlete's death

    John Furlong the Irish-born head of the Vancouver Olympic Games host committee has expressed his shock and sadness when he found out about the death of Georgian luge participant Nodar Kumaritashvili who died after an horrific crash during a training run.
    on June 29, 2013     Source: Irish Central

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  1. "Around five years ago, I started revisiting what I wanted to do, education-wise (after his luge career is over) and pretty much what came into my mind was that I didn't want to work for someone, I want to work for myself. I want to create my own...
    on Jul 3, 2010 By: Jeff Christie Source: Vancouver Sun

  2. "At 113 kilograms, Luge (Ulugia) will give some size and stability to our set piece," coach Laurie Fisher said. "He's still developing a lot of the technical aspects of the position, but he's very strong and he gets around the field well for...
    on Apr 23, 2008 By: Laurie Fisher Source:

  3. "This is just a display of luge art," Staudinger said. "You don't see any motion on the sled. He's always got the best position, the best aerodynamics and he's got the experience to respond, especially in a race like today, he knows exactly...
    on Feb 14, 2009 By: Wolfgang Staudinger Source: CJCL

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