Geisenberger continues roll with win at luge World Cup in Whistler
German luger Natalie Geisenberger is holding on to her World Cup leader title after winning the women's singles event on Saturday.
Geisenberger's German teammate Julia Taubitz took home silver while American Emily Sweeney captured bronze.
It was Sweeney's first race after a major crash at the Winter Olympics in February left her with neck and back injuries.
Watch the second run from Whistler, B.C.:
Kyla Graham was the top Canadian, finishing 18th.
The 19-year-old Calgary native is competing on the World Cup circuit for the first time this year.