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Jeff Christie

Jeff Christie
  • Born: 02/02/1983
  • Age: 32
  • Height: 183cm
  • Weight: 89kg
  • Birthplace: Vancouver, British Columbia

Luge and Cross Country teams Photo by Mike Ridewood

Jeff Christie is a two-time Olympian who represented Canada at Turin 2006 and Vancouver, where he finished 14th in the men’s singles event both times.

World Championship Results

2009 (Lake Placid, USA): 23rd 2008 (Oberhof, GER): 11th 2007 (Igls, AUT): 22nd 2005 (Park City, USA): 12th 2004 (Nagano, JPN): 16th 2003 (Sigulda, LAT): 19th 2001 (Calgary, CAN): 16th

Career Notes

2009-10: Finished 9th at World Cup in Calgary. 2008-09: Was 23rd at WC … Top World Cup finish was 12th in Konigssee, GER (01/04/09) … Finished 2nd at Canadian Championships in Whistler. 2007-08: Set a career mark at WC, finishing 11th (01/24/08) … Had great World Cup race in Calgary, finishing 6th (11/24/07). 2006-07: Breakout season with three top-10 finishes … His best result was 6th in Calgary (12/09/06) … Elected International Athletes Representative to the International Luge Federation … Finished 22nd at WC. 2005-06: At his first Olympic Winter Games, he finished 14th (02/12/06) … Was top Canadian … Achieved what remains best-ever World Cup result, 5th place in Calgary (12/10/05). 2004-05: Finished 12th at WC … Totalled five top-15 finishes on World Cup circuit … Top result was 12th in both Calgary and Park City, USA (02/20/05). 2003-04: Top Canadian at WC with 16th-place finish (02/15/04) … Top World Cup result was 12th in Calgary. 2000-03: Competed in World Cup races over three seasons, top result being 18th in Salt Lake City, USA … Finished 19th at WC … Two years earlier finished 16th in his first WC (02/25/01).

Olympic Highlights








2006 TurinOlympic Winter GamesLugeSingles - Men - 14
2010 VancouverOlympic Winter GamesLugeSingles - Men - 14
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