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formerly two short sleds coupled together

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a long racing sled (for 2 or more people) with a steering mechanism

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ride a bobsled

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North Korea ice hockey player Chung Gum Hwang and South Korean bobsledder Won Yun-jong were joint flagbearers.
Calgary-based bobsledder Lascelles Brown, 43, is the oldest male athlete.
The Monday release listed: skeleton athlete Sergei Chudinov; gold medallist bobsledder Aleksei Negodailo; gold medallist bobsledder Dmitry Trunenkov; silver medallist biathlete Yana Romanova; and silver medallist biathlete Olga Vilukhina.
And despite increasingly desperate clawing with hands, feet and trekking pole to slow my slide, I began going faster and faster, careening out of control like an Olympic bobsledder gone off the tracks.
"I came as a Jamaican bobsledder for my mate's hen do, and we ran into these guys who were also dressed in the Jamaican colours."
James Bobsledder Joel Fearon, who competed at the Sochi Winter Olympics and this year became the joint third-fastest Briton over 100m by running 9.96secs, is part of the relay set-up, though.
Two-time Olympic bobsledder and CFL star running back Jesse Lumsden delivered a motivational keynote address at lunch.
USA BOBSLED -- Announced the retirement of Lauryn Williams, bobsledder.
And if the latter activities are more socially valuable than the former, why is the banister slider, who chose the less desirable form of amusement, in a better position to recover damages than the skier or bobsledder? (45) The writing and humor--and the incisive reasoning--are vintage Judge Smith.
Steven Holcomb, a 2014 Team USA bobsledder who won two bronze medals in Sochi, said, "Trying to compete at this level is not easy, it's a full-time job....
The 33-year-old Olympic bobsledder said that after he woke up the next day he decide he needed help to fight it and underwent a special eye drops and a UV light, combined with surgically implanted contact lenses, restored the sight he'd been losing to what was ultimately diagnosed as cornea-thinning keratoconus, the People Magazine reported.
The pair are German biathlete Evi Sachenbacher-Stehle, who was fourth in the women's 12.5km mass start on Monday, and Italian bobsledder and former decathlete William Frullani.
Russia chose bobsledder Alexander Zubkov, a 39-year-old heading into his fifth Olympics to carry its flag through the Fisht Stadium at the opening event.
It's a question every black bobsledder gets, even if you're wearing a USA shirt.
They begin with the case of Olympic bobsledder Steven Holcomb, who underwent the procedure and made it famous, then discuss the history of crosslinking in industry, medicine, and aging; the basic science of corneal crosslinking; the first scientific investigations of the corneal crosslinking procedure; the development of Holcomb C3-R and early results; techniques; complications of the CXL procedure and the Holcomb C3-R technique; combining the Holcomb C3-R system with Intacs and conductive keratoplasty and phakic implantable contact lenses; and its use in improving stability for radial keratotomy patients, with photorefractive keratectomy, for corneal infections and autoimmune corneal melts, and for trampolining corneas after LASIK.