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This Review contains major "Bobsleigh"- related terms, short phrases and links grouped together in the form of Encyclopedia article.
- Bobsleigh is an Olympic sport that is contested at the Winter Olympic Games.
- Bobsleigh was not included in the 1960 Winter Olympics programme, but when the sport returned in 1964, so did Eugenio Monti.
- Bobsleigh was not included in the 1960 Winter Olympics, but has been in every Winter Olympics since.
- Two-man bobsleigh, the Belgian Marcel LECLEF injured during a fall with the Swiss athletes Stephan WASER and Fritz FEIERABEND,1st, and M. Donna FOX, judge.
- The four-man bobsleigh was on the program of the first Olympic Winter Games in 1924, in Chamonix, France.
- In 1994 Voss switched to bobsleigh and was a pusher for Harald Czudaj and Wolfgang Hoppe.
- Josef Oberhauser (bobsleigh): Josef Oberhauser is an Austrian bobsledder who competed in the early 1970s.
- The opening and closing ceremonies and the events categorized as ice sports (excluding bobsleigh, luge and skeleton) will be held in Vancouver and Richmond.
- David Bissett (bobsleigh), a bobsledder from Canada.
- Henri Koch (bobsleigh), a bobsledder from Luxembourg who competed at the 1936 Winter Olympics in Garmisch-Partenkirchen.
- However, Lascelles Brown competed for Canada as a Canadian citizen with driver Pierre Lueders and won a silver medal in the two-man bobsleigh competition.
- Last but not least, the Whistler Sliding Centre is a bobsleigh, luge, and skeleton track that will host all of the sliding events for the 2010 Games.
- Turn 10 at Cesana Pariol, where the bobsleigh, luge, and skeleton competitions at the 2006 Winter Olympics took place, is named in Bibbia's honor.
- Gerda Weissensteiner (born 3 January, 1969 in Bolzano) is an Italian luger and bobsleigh pilot who has competed from the late 1980s to 2006.
- Eugenio Monti, who died last week, marked the history of bobsleigh between 1956 and 1968.
- To start, the racers push off as fast as they can for approximately 50 metres, then jump into the bobsleigh for a seated descent down the track.
- For the first time there were competitors in both bobsleigh and figure skating’s ice dancing.
- Australia lacks any bobsleigh tracks (used for bobsleigh, luge and skeleton), but there is a bobsleigh push track in the Docklands area in Melbourne.
- According to the minutes of the FIBT Paris Congress in 1926, the International Olympic Committee declared bobsleigh and skeleton Olympic sports.
- Lascelles Brown, who previously competed for Jamaica, competed for Canada in bobsleigh.
- Isacco won bronze in the two-person bobsleigh event with teammate Gerda Weissensteiner.
- Four-Man Bobsleigh: Germany 1 - Silver Led by the most decorated bobsledder in Olympic history -- Andre Lange -- Germany claims the silver medal.
- The Eugenio Monti track is a bobsleigh and skeleton track located in Cortina d'Ampezzo, Italy.
- Canada's Pierre Lueders and Lascelles Brown captured an Olympic silver medal Sunday in the two-man bobsleigh competition in Cesana Pariol, Italy.
- One by one they fall on the ski slope, stumble on the short track or rub a wall on the bobsleigh and skeleton track, the reverse momentum seeming to build.
- Bobsleigh consists of three events in the Olympic program: the four-man bob (men), two-man bob (men) and two-woman bob (women).
- The newly built Whistler Sliding Centre is 14KM south of the town of Whistler, and will host bobsleigh, luge and skeleton events.
- Albert represented Monaco at the last five Winter Olympic Games in their Bobsleigh team.
- The double gold medalist in bobsleigh at the 1968 Winter Olympics was Italy 's Eugenio Monti.
- He was the son of Alan Washbond, a gold medalist in the two-man bobsleigh event at the 1936 Winter Olympics in Garmisch-Partenkirchen.
- Meanwhile, the bobsleigh was opened to women in 2002, leaving ski jumping and the Nordic combined as the only single-sex winter disciplines.
- This skate symbolizes all the disciplines found in the Winter Games: a ski run, a sledge or bobsleigh and the blade of a skate.
- Alpine skiing and all of the sledding events (bobsleigh, luge, skeleton) are identical: shut up and drive.
- As driver, she and partner Vonetta Flowers won the gold medal in Bobsleigh at the 2002 Winter Olympics for the U.S. At the time Spc.
- At the 2002 Winter Olympics, Kuske, along with teammates André Lange, Carsten Embach, Enrico Kühn, won the gold medal in the Four-person bobsleigh event.
- Sliding events The first Australian to compete in bobsleigh represented Great Britain.
- Germany continues its dominance of bobsleigh at the Olympics.
- The two-man bobsleigh event joined the Olympics in 1932.
- Women began competing in bobsleigh for the first time in 2002, at the Salt Lake City Olympic Winter Games.
- Speed skating, bobsleigh, cross-country skiing and luge events were slashed from the program due to unseasonably warm weather.
- Unfortunately, you can't use the Wii Balance Board in speed skating, although other games, such as bobsleigh and downhill skiing, support the peripheral.
- During the 1988 Winter Olympics, Canada Olympic Park was the primary venue for ski jumping, bobsleigh, and luge.
- Part of the Utah Olympic Park, it hosted the bobsleigh, luge, and skeleton events for the 2002 Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City.
- The German province of Bavaria was also part of the bid as the venue for the bobsleigh, luge and skeleton competitions.
- Former Jamaican bobsledder Lascelles Brown races to a silver medal for Canada in the two-man bobsleigh with Pierre Lueders.
- In bobsleigh, Australia entered teams in both the two-man and four-man events.
- Bobsleigh Boss (Bronze) Win a gold at bobsleigh in a single player game.
- Schneiderheinze won gold in the two-person bobsleigh event with teammate Sandra Kiriasis.
- There were two bobsleigh events, the two-man and four-man competitions.
- Christian Reich (born 2 September 1967) is a Swiss bobsledder who competed in the bobsleigh events at the 2002 Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City.
- Germany makes it a clean sweep of the bobsleigh events when its four-man sled takes the gold.
- Bobsleigh returned to the Olympics, while a new event was added to ski jumping and women's cross-country skiing.
- Four teams have been nominated for the bobsleigh events: Bobsleigh at the 2006 Winter Olympics will include three bobsleigh events.
- There are three Olympic bobsleigh events: the men compete in two-and four-man bobsleigh and women in a two-person format.
- The III Olympic Winter Games held in 1932 saw the USA win every speed skating event and both bobsleigh events, a record that has never been equaled.
- Bobsleigh Canada is the national amateur sport association responsible for all activities pertaining to bobsleigh in Canada.
- Pierre Lueders, who won gold at 1998 Olympics, will take on job of pilot coach with Bobsleigh Canada.
- Lascelles Brown, who previously competed for Jamaica, is competing for Canada in bobsleigh.
- His teammate in the two-person bobsleigh was Gustav Weder.
- The bobsleigh ejected out of the end of the track and hit Pikus-Pace and teammate [[Lea Ann Parsley]] while just missing three other teammates.
- Annen also won bronze in the four-person bobsleigh event with teammates Beat Hefti, Thomas Lamparter, and Cedric Grand.
- His teammates in the two-person bobsleigh were Bruno Gerber and later Donat Acklin.
- The capital city is planned to host a selected part of winter sports, including ice skating, short track, bobsleigh, sledge and curling.
- All skating, skiing, ski jumping, snowboard, hockey and bobsleigh stars who you meet in Torino 2006 are just one click away from you.
- Skiing, biathlon, bobsleigh, speed skating are all steering, skijumping is just the same, figure skating is a simon-says game.
- On July 3, 2008, Vladimir Putin directed some of the Olympic venues, such as the luge and bobsleigh track, to be relocated.
- The facilities at Lake Placid were excellent and competitors arrived to find a new Olympic stadium and a fantastic new bobsleigh track.
- Jill Bakken and her partner, Vonetta Flowers, spent the best 1.37.76 minutes of their lives on the bobsleigh track in Salt Lake City, Utah.
- Bobsleigh, bobsled or bobsledge is a winter sport in which teams make timed runs down narrow, twisting, banked, iced tracks in a gravity-powered sled.
- There has been no British Olympic medal in the bobsleigh since the four-man team won bronze in Nagano 12 years ago.
- Valerie Fleming is an American bobsledder who competed in the bobsleigh at the 2006 Winter Olympics in Turin, Italy.
- Thomas Lamparter (born 9 June 1978) of Switzerland is a bobsledder who competed in the bobsleigh events at the 2006 Winter Olympics in Turin, Italy.
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