How to watch every bobsled event
Don’t want to miss a second of bobsled coverage from PyeongChang? We’ve got you covered.
PyeongChang’s Olympic Sliding Centre has hosted some of the Winter Games’ most exciting moments -- from Chris Mazdzer’s historic silver in men’s singles luge to Yun Sung-Bin bringing the home country its first medal in a sliding sport -- and the bobsled hasn’t even started yet.
The U.S. won four bobsled medals in Sochi four years ago, and, even with some new faces, could challenge that number again. The women won silver and bronze in 2014, and the teams of Elana Meyers Taylor and Lauren Gibbs and Jamie Greubel Poser and Aja Evans are threats to medal again.
The men’s bobsled team picked up bronze in the 2-man and 4-man events in 2014, and have the talent to land on the podium again with three teams in each competition. Codie Bascue, Nick Cunningham and Justin Olsen will pilot a sled in each event. It hasn’t been a perfect lead up to the Games for Olsen -- he underwent an emergency appendectomy shortly after arriving in PyeongChang. He’s still slated to compete, however, and will be fighting for a medal.
If you want to watch all live streams of bobsled events, see below:
- How to watch every bobsled event
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- Americans finish day two of bobsled training with good runs
- Canada and Germany tie in thrilling 2-man bobsled