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  • n. Plural form of bobsleigh.


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  • In other words, while Zahavich's program is aimed first and foremost at giving Canadian athletes a competitive edge by designing sleds that are as custom-fitted as possible within FIBT guidelines - luge and paralympic bobsleighs are next on the agenda - there must out of necessity be a practical commercial side.

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  • And the daddy of events for the adrenaline junkies, the four-man bobsleighs, are finally let loose on the Whistler track for rounds one and two.

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  • Do you think the bobsleighs look a bit like giant shoes on skates without shoelaces?

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  • In another case, the money bought two bobsleighs at about $100,000 each from Monaco.

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  • The four-man bobsleighs, also starts on the Whistler track for rounds one and two.

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  • Air freight operations started in January 2010 with the transportation of four bobsleighs to the training camps in Salt Lake City and Lake Placid.

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  • Russian crews - a men's and a women's team - collided on their bobsleighs during a tournament in Germany's Konigssee. - Articles related to Mortgage lending to stay below pre-crisis level in 2010

  • If you’re a fan of Santa, speed, bobsleighs or really annoying banjo music, Speedy Santa is the game for you.

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  • She'll effectively be in the bobsleighs with Helen Upperton and Lyndon Rush, speed skate with Denny Morrison and Christine Nesbitt, cross country ski with Alex Harvey and skeleton with Jeff Pain and Michelle Kelly.

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  • We bought bobsleighs for Lyndon Rush and Helen Upperton. "

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