Name: Emily Sweeney. Sport: Luge. Height: 5'5". Weight: 130lbs. DOB: 3/16/1993
. Birthplace: Portland, Maine. Hometown: Suffield, Conn. Olympic Experience.
2018. World Championship Experience. 2013 Junior World Champion. Other
Career Highlights. 2013 Junior World Champion; 1 World Cup gold medal; 3
"She's scary, but it's a cute scary." ―Raj, The Relationship Diremption. Dr. Emily
Sweeney, M.D., is a dermatologist who found Raj through his dating site and
contacted him. Raj replied through Amy. Emily is a redhead with a quirky sense
of humor and likes horror movies and other gory things. She has three tattoos ...
5 hours ago ... Sweeney said afterward she was okay, but her teammates were left shaken by
4 hours ago ... US luger Emily Sweeney suffered a frightening crash Tuesday at the women's
singles competition during the Winter Olympics.
Emily Sweeney covers local news and writes the “Blotter Tales” column for the
Globe. She's also a regular contributor to the Names page.
11 hours ago ... Sue Sweeney, center, the mother of Emily Sweeney of the United States, cries
out as her daughter crashes on the final run during the women's luge final
Tuesday. Associated Press/Wong Maye-E. Emily Sweeney's Olympic debut
ended with a crash Tuesday in PyeongChang, South Korea. The 24-year-old ...
5 hours ago ... American luger Emily Sweeney crashed out of the Pyeongchang Olympics on
Tuesday, losing control of her sled midway through the final run of the
1 day ago ... Luge gear with Emily Sweeney. Share this. Facebook; Twitter; Email; Google
Plus; Tumblr. View Details Hide Details. Emily Sweeney, making her first Olympic
appearance, explains the specialty gear for luge.
Dec 16, 2017 ... Emily Sweeney lost a race-off to her sister Megan in 2010 to go to the Vancouver
Olympics as part of the USA Luge team. She didn't make the Games again in
2014. But this year, Sweeney will be going to Pyeongchang, along with Tucker
West of Ridgefield.
5 hours ago ... American luger Emily Sweeney crashed her sled in the final run of competition on
Wednesday morning in PyeongChang, South Korea.