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Former Canadian bobsled star Kaillie Humphries won this season's women's opener on Saturday, posting the fastest time in both heats at Mount Van Hoevenberg in Lake Placid, New York.
Bobsleigh Canada Skeleton says it has released Kaillie Humphries, freeing her to compete for the United States.
Olympic bobsled champion Kaillie Humphries says she won't race for Canada as long as the country's sport governing body is run by its current management.
Bobsled's governing body in Canada still wants Kaillie Humphries to race for her country despite their acrimonious relationship that has spilled into court.
A Calgary judge is expected to rule on whether Bobsleigh Canada Skeleton must release Kaillie Humphries to compete for another country.
The national governing body for bobsleigh and skeleton has confirmed that former Olympian Kaillie Humphries has filed a harassment complaint with the organization.
Canadian Kaillie Humphries drove her sled across the finish line Saturday, then raised her right hand and waved to the crowd of boisterous well-wishers as she slowed to a stop.
Calgary's Kaillie Humphries overcame one of her biggest challenges on the bobsled World Cup circuit on Saturday to win a bronze medal with Melissa Lotholz.
Tension is building between Olympic women's bobsleigh champion Kaillie Humphries and her sport federation.