Man Event

Some articles on man, man event, events, event:

Frederick Mc Evoy - Sporting Achievements - Bobsleigh
... He was part of the four-man bobsleigh team alongside James Cardno, Gary Dugdale, and Charles Green who won the bronze medal in the four-man event ... He also finished fourth in the two-man event with Cardno ... Partnering Byran Black for the two-man at Cortina d'Ampezzo, Italy he achieved his first gold medal ...
The Whistler Sliding Centre
... Training runs took place in late 2008 in preparation for the World Cup events in all three sports in early 2009 ... The top speed for all World Cup events set by German luger Felix Loch at 153.98 km/h (95.68 mph) ... This resulted in the men's singles event being moved to the women's singles and men's doubles start house while both the women's singles and men's doubles event were moved to the junior start house ...
Lyndon Rush
... Rush also won a bronze medal in the four-man event at the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver ... He won the silver medal in the mixed bobsleigh-skeleton team event at the 2008 FIBT World Championships in Altenberg, Germany ... first breakthroughs in Bobsleigh during the 2009-10 Bobsleigh World Cup winning the opening 4 man event in Park City, Utah ...
St. Moritz-Celerina Olympic Bobrun - Current Track Turns and Length
... Eugenio Monti who, during the two-man event at the 1964 Winter Olympics in Innsbruck, gave a bolt from his sled to British bobsledders Anthony Nash and Robin Dixon to repair their sled ... Nash and Dixon would win gold in the event at those games ... start point to luge for the women's singles and men's doubles event ...
Slaven Krajačić - Bobsleigh Career
... in the 2006 Winter Olympics in Turin, as a part of the national four-man bobsleigh team ... Four years later in Vancouver, Krajačić finished 20th in the four-man event ... best finish at the FIBT World Championships was 24th in the four-man event at Calgary in 2005 ...

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