Training took place alongside the Royal Navy and RAF so all athletes could see what they were up against and quickly became aware that they had to perform at their best if they were to stand any chance of success.
As the two day race arrived all three KRH athletes were selected to represent the competing team.
After the first day of sliding Tpr Whatmore had completed one very good run but unfortunately the Army luge team couldn't match the pace of the RAF or Royal Navy and ended up third.
Going into the second day the Army men's skeleton with Lt Pryor were second and the women's with 2Lt Graham holding on to a narrow lead. After the final day the positions remained the same to end the Championships with a great result for both the men's and woman's for which the KRH played a prominent role.