How do you go bobsledding?
bobsledding was invented in 1789
Yes! At the Utah Olympic Park in Park City, UT, you can take a ride down the Olympic track in a bobsled. A professional driver can take down 3 passengers. You go about 80 mph …and feel 5 g-forces! It's awesome!
Yes, bobsledding is a sport and men's two and men's four has been an Olympic event since the 1932 Games in Lake Placid. Women's two has been an Olympic event since the 2002 Ga…mes in Salt Lake City. The International Olympic Committee officially calls the sport 'bobsleigh'.
It started in 1881. But was a regular sport in 1924. :))
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Bobsledding originated in Switzerland in 1890 and became an Olympic event in 1924. Women's bobsledding became an Olympic event in 2002.
Well the force used is centrifuge although you would have thought it was Gravity and Friction.
The rules to bobsledding are the weight for 4-5 people are must be less then 1387 pounds, the weight for 2 people are 837
The top speed ever recorded on a bobsleigh was 189.9 km/h (118.0 mph) and it was recorded by the Swiss team in the 1998 Winter Olympics.
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helmets, goggles, elbow, knee, shoulder, and neck pads, skin tight body suits, gloves, and shoes with spikes (for traction on the ice), and most importantly, the bobsled!
The sliding sports (bobsleigh, luge, skeleton) are considered the most dangerous sports at the Olympics. Luge is by far the most dangerous, as they are the fastest, and expos…ed to high g-forces that limit their ability to raise their head and see where they're going. Bobsled athletes are buffered by the sled Skeleton, which might seem the most dangerous is the slowest, and the racers can drag their feet and/or dump the sled if they get into trouble. Well yes because recently the one of the top bobsleders in the wolrl came off the track and slammed into a flagpole and died. That was just before Vancouver. The crash at the Vancouver Olympics was a luge.