Nodar Kumaritashvili (Georgian: ნოდარ ქუმარიტაშვილი; pronounced [nɔdar kʰumaritʼaʃvili]; 25 November 1988 – 12 February 2010) was a Georgian luger who suffered a fatal crash during a training run for the 2010 Winter Olympics competition in Whistler, Canada, on the day of the opening ceremony. He became the fourth athlete to have died during Winter Olympics preparations, after British luger Kazimierz Kay-Skrzypeski, Australian skier Ross Milne (both Innsbruck 1964), and Swiss speed skier Nicolas Bochatay (Albertville 1992), and the seventh athlete to die in either a Summer or Winter Olympic Games. Kumaritashvili, who first began to luge when he was 13, came from a family of seasoned lugers; a relative of his was the founder of organised sledding in Georgia, and his father competed when he was younger. A cousin of Kumaritashvili on his father's side was the head of the Georgian Luge Federation; Kumaritashvili himself began competing in the 2008–09 Luge World Cup, where he finished 55th out of 62 racers. Outside of luge, Kumaritashvili had been a student at the Georgian Technical University, where he earned an economics degree in 2009.

Source: Wikipedia DBpedia

How would ( be described?

( would be described as Georgian luger who suffered a fatal crash during a training run for the 2010 Winter Olympics.

How tall is (?

( is 179 cm tall.

When was ( born?

( was born on 25.11.1988.

What is ( subject of?

( is subject of Male lugers, Sport deaths in Canada, 1988 births, 2010 Winter Olympics, Lugers from Georgia (country), 2010 deaths, Filmed deaths in sports, Olympic Games controversies, Olympic deaths, Members of the Georgian Orthodox Church, Eastern Orthodox Christians from Georgia (country), People from Samtskhe-Javakheti, 2010 controversies, Accidental deaths in British Columbia and Lugers at the 2010 Winter Olympics.

Where does ( live?

( lives in Georgia and Bakuriani.

What is the gender of (?

( is male.