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This corporate sponsorship will encompass a five year span, assisting our Canadian athletes in the Vancouver 2010 Olympics and in the 2014 Olympics.
Darren supports their quest for gold in 2010 and 2014. He would like to acknowledge the commitment, skills and exceptional athletic abilities of each luge athlete. Darren would like to commend each athlete for their passion and teamwork, both in competition and throughout each athlete's rigorous daily training.
Darren would also like to thank the families of the athletes. He appreciates and acknowledges the financial commitment and parental support each athlete is receiving prior to participating in the Vancouver 2010 Olympics and throughout the journey to 2014.
On behalf of Fast Track Group, best wishes to each and every athlete as you endeavor to represent Canada on the podium in 2010 and 2014. We are proud to have each of you act as an Ambassador of Canada, and an Ambassador of Fast Track Group.
Wolfgang Staudinger Head Coach - National Senior & Junior Team - "Canada has great potential in a strong base of athletes to work with in men and women's singles, and men's doubles," said Staudinger. "I believe that all the people involved with the Canadian program - from the executive board to the volunteers - are providing the fundamental stability and professional base to offer a great working environment for our team to excel."
April 7, 2009 | Calgary Herald
Canada’s national luge team hope to be hurtling down the fast track at the 2010 and 2014 Winter Olympics after landing a $1 million title sponsor.
April 7, 2009 | By Allan Maki, The Globe and Mail
CALGARY - Regan Lauscher can tell you about the grim old days of Canadian luge. They were stressful. They were demanding and they were entirely short on cash.
April 7, 2009 | CBC News
Canada's national luge team has found a sponsor just in time for the 2010 Olympics in Vancouver. Veteran team member Regan Lauscher announced Tuesday that Fast Track Capital, an Edmonton investment firm, came forward to help the team.
April 7, 2009 | By KRISTA SYLVESTER, METRO CALGARY
The Canadian Luge Association has 1,002,014 reasons to smile today and is now looking for just one more — a gold medal at the 2010 Vancouver Olympics.