Sam Edney

Canadian Professional Tobogganer | Three-time Olympian | World Cup Gold Medallist.

One of the most gifted athletes on the national luge team, Sam continues to post some of the best-ever men’s singles results in the history of the Canadian Luge Team.

A breakthrough season in 2010 en route to competing in his second Olympic Winter Games where he made history by posting the best-ever men’s Olympic result, placing seventh, Sam chalked up the best men’s singles finish at a World Championships this past year when he was fifth on his home track in Whistler – one day before winning the silver medal in the team relay. The exciting finish matched his career-best World Cup finish. 

Sam made his Olympic debut in 2006 and takes great pride in representing his country around the world. Sam is now focused on building on this success, and threatening for a podium finish at the 2014 Olympic Winter Games in Sochi, Russia. 

When free time presents itself, Sam enjoys road cycling, skiing, golf and mountain biking.


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