- n. Someone who participates in bobsled.
“Well, they're probably right; the life of an U.S. bobsledder is not your typical day at work.”
“Other athletes, such as bobsledder Lascelles Brown in 2006, have been granted an accelerated route to citizenship to allow them to compete for Canada.”
“He is already the most successful Olympic bobsledder with four golds after his victory in the two-man event earlier in the week.”
“Canadian bobsledder Helen Upperton, on how she focused for competition.”
“U.S. bobsledder Shauna Rohbock said she is aiming for four consistent runs.”
“Shimer contacted former bobsledder-turned-doctor Scott Stoll, who knew of a procedure, not yet FDA-approved, in which corrective lenses are implanted behind the irises.”
“In Vancouver, where Lodwick will become the fourth American to compete in five Winter Games (bobsledder Brian Shimer and luger Mark Grimmette and skier Casey Puckett are the others), Olympic fulfillment awaits.”
“We were the dominant power in the sport, then nothing in the '60s,' 70s, '80s and' 90s," NBC analyst and former U.S. bobsledder John Morgan said.”
“U.S. bobsled coach Brian Shimer turned to doctor Scott Stoll, a former bobsledder who knew of a not-yet FDA-approved surgery in which corrective lenses are implanted behind the irises.”
“He begins a phone call by saying, "This is Steven Holcomb, the bobsledder.”
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