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Numerous Olympians own links to the Capital

Updated On: February 4, 2014
A handful of athletes with past ties to the nation’s capital will be competing at the 2014 Olympics, while several local coaches and support staff are also headed to Sochi as part of the Canadian Olympic team contingent.

Sorensen hungers for bobsled podium

Created On: November 15, 2013
The start of the bobsleigh season will begin quite differently for two Ottawa national team members looking to earn themselves an Olympic berth.

Sorensen & Carrière begin slide season

Created On: September 17, 2013
Cody Sorensen’s sixth-place result in the Lake Placid four-man event was the top result for a pair of local Canadian World Cup bobsled team members in November’s North American World Cup stops.

‘The biggest rush I’ve ever felt’: former Gee-Gee

Created On: September 17, 2013
Imagine standing at the top of a mountain. You’re about to fly down an icy track to the bottom of that hill at well over 100 km/h. The possibility exists that you may not make it down in one piece.

Ottawa bobsledder part of crew poised to be Canada’s best ever

Created On: September 17, 2013
Cody Sorensen is living an experience that is foreign to literally every other Ottawa athlete. The nation’s capital might have a couple decent toboggan hills, but it doesn’t compare to the kind of tracks the 25-year-old tackles on the World Cup bobsleigh circuit.

Back in Business: Cut from CFL, Ottawa native worked in bank collections before now re-emerging as Canadian Olympic bobsled hope

Created On: September 17, 2013
“It was real impersonal,” Jean-Nicolas Carrière says of the moment the Toronto Argonauts told him he was being released. “It was like, ‘Well, we gotta let you go, and that’s it.’

Sorensen stays 7th to finish bobsleigh worlds

Created On: September 17, 2013
Ottawa’s Cody Sorensen and the Canada-1 sled piloted by Lyndon Rush stayed in the same place they found themselves after the first day of competition to place seventh overall in the Feb. 25-26 four-man event at the bobsleigh world championships in Lake Placid, NY.

Sorensen’s Canadian sled struggles early on bobsleigh World Cup circuit

Created On: September 17, 2013
It hasn’t exactly been smooth sliding for Ottawa native Cody Sorensen, a brakeman for Lyndon Rush’s four-man bobsleigh team, on the World Cup circuit.

Sorensen sits 7th after Day 1 of bobsleigh worlds

Created On: September 17, 2013
A sub-par first run put Canada-1 behind, but a blazing second run lifted Ottawa’s Cody Sorensen and Team Rush to seventh place and back within striking distance of the podium for the second and final day of the four-man competition at the bobsleigh world championships in Lake Placid, NY.

Sorensen shoots for bobsleigh worlds podium in Placid

Created On: September 17, 2013
It’s hardly been smooth sliding for Ottawa brakeman Cody Sorensen this season, but with recent fifth and third-place finishes at World Cup stops in Calgary and Whistler, the Canada-1 four-man bobsled piloted by Lyndon Rush is in position to achieve its pre-season goal of contending for a medal at the world championships in Lake Placid, NY this weekend (Feb. 25-26).

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