Kate Hansen

Olympic Winter Games 2014 luger

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Member of the U.S. luge team headed to the Olympic Winter Games 2014 in Sochi. She's from La Cañada.

Kate Hansen on KCRW

We check back in with Kate Hansen, a SoCal luger who made it all the way to the Sochi Olympics.

The Olympic's Dancing Luger

We check back in with Kate Hansen, a SoCal luger who made it all the way to the Sochi Olympics.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Given the climate here in sunny Southern California, you wouldn’t think this would be home to many winter sports enthusiasts.

Olympic Luger Kate Hansen

Given the climate here in sunny Southern California, you wouldn’t think this would be home to many winter sports enthusiasts.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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