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WOLFGANG HOPPE
AUSTRIAN BOBSLEDDER
EXCLUDING BOBSLEIGH
BOBSLEDDER
LASCELLES BROWN
SLIDING EVENTS
CESANA PARIOL
BOBSLEIGH PILOT
HISTORY
START
FIRST TIME
AUSTRALIA
SPORTS
JAMAICA
BRONZE
GERMANY
ITALY
SHORT TRACK
THREE EVENTS
WHISTLER
GAMES
GOLD MEDALIST
NORDIC COMBINED
WINTER GAMES
ALPINE SKIING
GOLD MEDAL
FIRST AUSTRALIAN
OLYMPICS
SALT LAKE CITY
SPEED SKATING
SKI JUMPING
PART
TWO-MAN
GOLD
BOBSLEIGH EVENTS
EVENT
EVENTS
CANADA
TEAMMATE
TEAMMATES
CURLING
SKIING
TRACK
BOBSLED
MEDAL
TURIN
Review of Short Phrases and Links

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Definitions

  1. Bobsleigh is an Olympic sport that is contested at the Winter Olympic Games.
  2. Bobsleigh was not included in the 1960 Winter Olympics programme, but when the sport returned in 1964, so did Eugenio Monti. (Web site)
  3. Bobsleigh was not included in the 1960 Winter Olympics, but has been in every Winter Olympics since. (Web site)
  4. 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. (Web site)
  5. The four-man bobsleigh was on the program of the first Olympic Winter Games in 1924, in Chamonix, France.

Wolfgang Hoppe

  1. In 1994 Voss switched to bobsleigh and was a pusher for Harald Czudaj and Wolfgang Hoppe. (Web site)

Austrian Bobsledder

  1. Josef Oberhauser (bobsleigh): Josef Oberhauser is an Austrian bobsledder who competed in the early 1970s.

Excluding Bobsleigh

  1. The opening and closing ceremonies and the events categorized as ice sports (excluding bobsleigh, luge and skeleton) will be held in Vancouver and Richmond.

Bobsledder

  1. David Bissett (bobsleigh), a bobsledder from Canada.
  2. Henri Koch (bobsleigh), a bobsledder from Luxembourg who competed at the 1936 Winter Olympics in Garmisch-Partenkirchen.

Lascelles Brown

  1. 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.

Sliding Events

  1. 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.

Cesana Pariol

  1. 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.

Bobsleigh Pilot

  1. Gerda Weissensteiner (born 3 January, 1969 in Bolzano) is an Italian luger and bobsleigh pilot who has competed from the late 1980s to 2006. (Web site)

History

  1. Eugenio Monti, who died last week, marked the history of bobsleigh between 1956 and 1968.

Start

  1. 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.

First Time

  1. For the first time there were competitors in both bobsleigh and figure skating’s ice dancing.

Australia

  1. Australia lacks any bobsleigh tracks (used for bobsleigh, luge and skeleton), but there is a bobsleigh push track in the Docklands area in Melbourne.

Sports

  1. According to the minutes of the FIBT Paris Congress in 1926, the International Olympic Committee declared bobsleigh and skeleton Olympic sports.

Jamaica

  1. Lascelles Brown, who previously competed for Jamaica, competed for Canada in bobsleigh.

Bronze

  1. Isacco won bronze in the two-person bobsleigh event with teammate Gerda Weissensteiner.

Germany

  1. Four-Man Bobsleigh: Germany 1 - Silver Led by the most decorated bobsledder in Olympic history -- Andre Lange -- Germany claims the silver medal.

Italy

  1. The Eugenio Monti track is a bobsleigh and skeleton track located in Cortina d'Ampezzo, Italy.
  2. Canada's Pierre Lueders and Lascelles Brown captured an Olympic silver medal Sunday in the two-man bobsleigh competition in Cesana Pariol, Italy. (Web site)

Short Track

  1. 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. (Web site)

Three Events

  1. Bobsleigh consists of three events in the Olympic program: the four-man bob (men), two-man bob (men) and two-woman bob (women).

Whistler

  1. The newly built Whistler Sliding Centre is 14KM south of the town of Whistler, and will host bobsleigh, luge and skeleton events.

Games

  1. Albert represented Monaco at the last five Winter Olympic Games in their Bobsleigh team.

Gold Medalist

  1. The double gold medalist in bobsleigh at the 1968 Winter Olympics was Italy 's Eugenio Monti.
  2. He was the son of Alan Washbond, a gold medalist in the two-man bobsleigh event at the 1936 Winter Olympics in Garmisch-Partenkirchen.

Nordic Combined

  1. Meanwhile, the bobsleigh was opened to women in 2002, leaving ski jumping and the Nordic combined as the only single-sex winter disciplines. (Web site)

Winter Games

  1. This skate symbolizes all the disciplines found in the Winter Games: a ski run, a sledge or bobsleigh and the blade of a skate. (Web site)

Alpine Skiing

  1. Alpine skiing and all of the sledding events (bobsleigh, luge, skeleton) are identical: shut up and drive. (Web site)

Gold Medal

  1. 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.
  2. 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.

First Australian

  1. Sliding events The first Australian to compete in bobsleigh represented Great Britain.

Olympics

  1. Germany continues its dominance of bobsleigh at the Olympics.
  2. The two-man bobsleigh event joined the Olympics in 1932.

Salt Lake City

  1. Women began competing in bobsleigh for the first time in 2002, at the Salt Lake City Olympic Winter Games.

Speed Skating

  1. Speed skating, bobsleigh, cross-country skiing and luge events were slashed from the program due to unseasonably warm weather.
  2. Unfortunately, you can't use the Wii Balance Board in speed skating, although other games, such as bobsleigh and downhill skiing, support the peripheral. (Web site)

Ski Jumping

  1. During the 1988 Winter Olympics, Canada Olympic Park was the primary venue for ski jumping, bobsleigh, and luge.

Part

  1. Part of the Utah Olympic Park, it hosted the bobsleigh, luge, and skeleton events for the 2002 Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City.
  2. The German province of Bavaria was also part of the bid as the venue for the bobsleigh, luge and skeleton competitions.

Two-Man

  1. Former Jamaican bobsledder Lascelles Brown races to a silver medal for Canada in the two-man bobsleigh with Pierre Lueders. (Web site)
  2. In bobsleigh, Australia entered teams in both the two-man and four-man events.

Gold

  1. Bobsleigh Boss (Bronze) Win a gold at bobsleigh in a single player game. (Web site)
  2. Schneiderheinze won gold in the two-person bobsleigh event with teammate Sandra Kiriasis.

Bobsleigh Events

  1. There were two bobsleigh events, the two-man and four-man competitions.
  2. 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.
  3. Germany makes it a clean sweep of the bobsleigh events when its four-man sled takes the gold. (Web site)

Event

  1. Bobsleigh returned to the Olympics, while a new event was added to ski jumping and women's cross-country skiing. (Web site)

Events

  1. Four teams have been nominated for the bobsleigh events: Bobsleigh at the 2006 Winter Olympics will include three bobsleigh events. (Web site)
  2. There are three Olympic bobsleigh events: the men compete in two-and four-man bobsleigh and women in a two-person format. (Web site)
  3. 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. (Web site)

Canada

  1. Bobsleigh Canada is the national amateur sport association responsible for all activities pertaining to bobsleigh in Canada.
  2. Pierre Lueders, who won gold at 1998 Olympics, will take on job of pilot coach with Bobsleigh Canada.
  3. Lascelles Brown, who previously competed for Jamaica, is competing for Canada in bobsleigh.

Teammate

  1. His teammate in the two-person bobsleigh was Gustav Weder. (Web site)

Teammates

  1. 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.
  2. Annen also won bronze in the four-person bobsleigh event with teammates Beat Hefti, Thomas Lamparter, and Cedric Grand.
  3. His teammates in the two-person bobsleigh were Bruno Gerber and later Donat Acklin.

Curling

  1. The capital city is planned to host a selected part of winter sports, including ice skating, short track, bobsleigh, sledge and curling.

Skiing

  1. All skating, skiing, ski jumping, snowboard, hockey and bobsleigh stars who you meet in Torino 2006 are just one click away from you.
  2. Skiing, biathlon, bobsleigh, speed skating are all steering, skijumping is just the same, figure skating is a simon-says game.

Track

  1. On July 3, 2008, Vladimir Putin directed some of the Olympic venues, such as the luge and bobsleigh track, to be relocated.
  2. The facilities at Lake Placid were excellent and competitors arrived to find a new Olympic stadium and a fantastic new bobsleigh track.
  3. 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.

Bobsled

  1. 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. (Web site)

Medal

  1. There has been no British Olympic medal in the bobsleigh since the four-man team won bronze in Nagano 12 years ago. (Web site)

Turin

  1. Valerie Fleming is an American bobsledder who competed in the bobsleigh at the 2006 Winter Olympics in Turin, Italy.
  2. 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. (Web site)

Categories

  1. Sports > Olympiads > Olympics > Luge
  2. Humans > Medicine > Anatomy > Skeleton
  3. Winter > Snow > Skiing > Biathlon
  4. Sports > Olympiads > Olympics > Ski Jumping
  5. Culture > Sports > Skating > Speed Skating

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