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Photo: IBSF / Viesturs Lacis (Chris Spring and Neville Wright, 2019 World Championships)

Calgary (RWH) Canadian Bobsleigh push athlete Neville Wright ends his career, as he and the federation Bobsleigh Canada Skeleton announced on Facebook.

The now 38 –years-old started his bobsleigh career in 2009. During the last ten years the former track & field athlete competed in three Winter Olympics, five World Championships and almost 90 World Cup races, including ten podium finishes and two victories. In World Cup. At the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver (CAN), Neville Wright finished fifth in 4-man Bobsleigh with pilot Pierre Lueders. At his last 2-man Bobsleigh race at the 2019 BMW IBSF World Championships in Whistler (CAN), he narrowly missed the medals, finishing fourth with Chris Spring.

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