Synonyms for bobsledding or Related words with bobsledding
Examples of "bobsledding"
The group is perhaps best known for the single "Jamaican
Chant" from the soundtrack for the movie, "Cool Runnings".
A game based on the Word Association game which is sometimes popular for informal social gatherings is "
Cascade Mountain towers over the Van Hoevenberg ski center, the venue for
at the 1980 Winter Olympics.
Until late 2007, Speed also aired coverage of International Bobsleigh & Skeleton Federation events over the winter months – including
, luge and skeleton. Its winter sports coverage also included an annual charity
event organized by NASCAR driver and bobsled builder Geoff Bodine, which featured participation by various NASCAR drivers. Universal Sports acquired the rights to FIBT events beginning in the 2007–08 season.
In 2016 Bailey tried his hand at
, winning the National Push Championship preliminaries in August before winning the brakeman title at the Championships the following month.
She first tried
following her retirement from athletics at the suggest of athletics club teammate and 2006 Winter Olympics bobsledder Shane McKenzie.
Walker has participated in a variety of sports besides football, including mixed martial arts, Olympic
, track and field, taekwondo, and ballet dancing.
Rudy Rinaldi of Monaco was the reserve athlete (and thus did not compete) in the 2-man
Fisher made her international debut in 2009 after a stint in
. She is representing Team GB at the 2016 Summer Olympics.
Baines has competed in
since 2008. He worked with British bobsleigh pilot Lamin Deen on the Americas Cup circuit, where they competed as GBR2.
Germany has long been dominant in the sport of
having won more medals in the Winter Olympics than any other nation except Switzerland. However, if medal wins by East Germany and West Germany from 1949 through 1990 are combined, Germany's medal count is nearly double that of Switzerland. At the 2006 Winter Olympics in Turin, André Lange piloted both the two-man and four-man sleds to gold, sweeping the men's
After winning four World Cup medals, 2002 saw Jones have the best year of his career in
. At the 2002 Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City, Jones along with driver Todd Hays, won a silver medal in the 4-man event. This marked the first time since 1956 that the United States won a medal in men's
. Jones also won three medals in the four-man event at the FIBT World Championships with a silver (2003) and two bronzes (1993, 1997).
, Grummt won a complete set of medals at the FIBT World Championships with a gold (Four-man: 1985), a silver (Two-man: 1985), and a bronze (Two-man: 1986).
Javelin throwing is not Mikkola's only claim to fame. His first sport was wrestling which he did for ten years or more and is now exploring the sport of
Baron Willem Johan Gijsbert Gevers (11 January 1911 – 23 May 1994), lord of Kethel en Spaland, was a Dutch nobleman and diplomat who competed in the mid-1930s in
In 1994 De Wit participated in the 1994 Winter Olympics in Lillehammer, Norway, as a member of the Dutch
team, finishing in 24th place in the two-mans discipline.
Hoppe a former army major retired from
after the 1997 FIBT World Championships to become coach of the German national team, coaching such athletes as Susi Erdmann, Sandra Kiriasis, Gabriele Kohlisch, and André Lange.
Prior to his
career, he competed in sprinting and hurdling events: at the 1995 European Youth Olympic Days he was fourth in the 110 metres hurdles and a bronze medallist in the 4×100 metres relay.
Prior to his
career he competed in track and field. He was the 100 metres bronze medallist at the 1993 European Youth Olympic Days. He is the Switzerland record holder indoor over 60 metres with 6.60 seconds.
The All Japan Bobsleigh Championships are annual
championships organized by the Japan Bobsleigh and Luge Federation (JBLF) at the Spiral in Nagano, Japan. They were first held in 1938.
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