Our national anthem was played TWICE in Olympic park this evening. How awesome?! We are seriously killing it.
and we're back! Britcher from the US up next.
Gasparini from ITA on the course. Jones up next.
Arianne Jones is up next for Canada! Not a medal contender, still cheering her on.
50.608 for Jones! Great run!
Baturina from RUS on the course.
Best run of the four for her as well.
Hansen from the US is up!
LUGE: Check out our infographic for how the team relay event works - essentially, Gough will start off on the track. Edney will be waiting to take off once Gough completes her run. Then doubles team Walker and Snith finish off the run together.
Woohoooo goooo Tristan + team!!! Bring it home buddy.
LUGE: 6 more teams till Canada is up!!
LUGE: Russia is up right now. The crowd is going wild!
LUGE: Great runs from Russia to slide into 1st place. USA is on-course now
Italy on the course now. Germany next, than Canada!
LUGE: Team Canada is up next!!
LUGE: Germans currently in first. Canada is UP!!
LUGE: First leg and Canada is about 0.5 seconds behind the Germans.
LUGE: We've lost a bit of ground on the second leg.
LUGE: Doubles team is up for the last leg!
LUGE: Heartbreaking! The Canadians finish their run in 4th, with one team left to slide
LUGE: We were pretty close, but unfortunately no luge medal for Canada at these Winter Games.
LUGE: It looks like Austria is having some issues, and Canada will earn their third 4th place finish in Luge at Sochi 2014
LUGE: And Germany wins gold, Russia takes silver, and Latvia takes bronze!
LUGE: Thanks for tuning in to our luge coverage folks! This is the final luge event of the Games, but keep it here for coverage of BOBSLEIGH and SKELETON. In the mean time, make sure to switch over to our hockey/ figure skating coverage going on this very second.
In just under 5 min, Canadians Sarah Reid and Mellisa Hollingsworth are going for gold in Women's Skeleton! Keep it here for live updates!
In the meantime, check out Reid's awesome helmet!
Heat 3 of women's skeleton is underway! Elena Nikitina of Russia is currently on the track. 4 more athletes until Canada's Sarah Reid is up! #GoCanada
In skeleton, the athlete with the lowest cumulative time between the 4 runs wins!
So far, Elizabeth Yarnold of Great Britain has the lowest cumulative time of the first two runs. Can she hang on?!!
Canada placed 8th (Reid) and 16th (Hollingsworth) after the first two runs.