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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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Among those who have had especially close ties to Hyundai Motor, is Korea's national bobsled team.
Music from "Chariots of Fire'' and other empowering music played as students competed in such events as the bobsled, cross-country skiing, ski jump, ice hockey and curling.
Junior also used to be in the military - the same Jamica Defence Force that the Olympic Bobsled team was selected from.
A series of crashes have prompted bobsled officials to make changes to problematic sections of the Whistler Sliding Center track.
. A series of crashes in training have prompted bobsled officials to make changes to problematic sections of the Whistler Sliding Center track.
FES made significant, though less visible, improvements in the air resistance of the bobsled design for Turin.
That's how fast the remarkable eight- and nine-year-old duo blazed down the bobsled course, taking first place in the PeeWee lightweight division (under age 12) at the Empire State Games in New York.
A bobsled carrying a 2-man or 4-man crew experiences loadings of 5 or 6 Gs through the bushings.
Hyundai's bobsled is blue and red, the colors on the Taegeukgi, the Korean national flag.
The bobsled slid through several turns on its side with the team member's helmeted heads digging scarily into the ice.
Scary for me is walking into a VA [Department of Veterans Affairs] hospital, not going in a bobsled."
Often, bobsled races and luge races are run on the same track.
Erdman, along with ASME members Will Durfee, Peter McMurry and James Ramsey--all University of Minnesota faculty members--joined others from the university to create the Bobsled Start Simulator, a custom-designed simulation system featuring a high-end treadmill.
bobsled team competes during the Winter Olympics in February 2002 at Salt Lake City, getting down the ice faster than the competition is what it will be all about.