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Summary

  1. Germany team led by Nico Walther win gold
  2. GB's Lamin Deen, Ben Simons, Samuel Blanchet & Andrew Matthews finish 19th
  3. Bradley Hall, Nicholas Gleeson, James Axel Brown & Judah Simpson of Great Britain finish in 23rd place and fail to advance

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  1. Where to next?

    Konigssee

    Konigssee in Germany is the final destination for this year's Bobsleigh and Skeleton World Cup. Konigssee roughly translates as Kings Lake in German and has been in use as a course for Bobsleigh, Skeleton and Luge since 1968.

    The Konigssee course has the honour of being the first fully refrigerated course in use, with construction completed in 1968.

    International competition began a year later in 1969 with the FIL World Luge Championships and Konigssee has been a regular fixture in international competition ever since.

    The Konigssee course
  2. What happened in St Moritz?

    Germany's Johannes Lochner, along with Sebastian Mrowka, Joshua Bluhm and Christian Rasp, claimed victory in the penultimate four-man event in St Moritz.

    With that victory, Lochner extended his lead at the top of the standings leaderboard. Great Britain's Lamin Deen sits 10th overall with Brad Hall 12th going into the final race.

    Elana Meyers Taylor and Kehri Jones of the USA took Gold in the women's bobsleigh with a time of 2:15:27 whilst Great Britain's Mica McNeill & Mica Moore improved on their performance in Altenberg by finishing seventh.

    Great Britain's Mica McNeill & Mica Moore
  3. Path to Pyeongchang

    Nick Hope looks ahead to the 2018 Winter Olympic and Paralympic Games, and assesses whether they could be a record-breaking Games for Great Britain.

  4. Get Inspired: How to get involved with Bobsleigh?

    Get Inspired

    Get Inspired

    Bobsleigh, like sister-sport skeleton, relies on the start for much of what follows. You need to push the sled down the track before jumping in - logic dictates that the faster you push it, the quicker you'll go once you're on-board.

    That means the push-start is vital and bobsleigh athletes train hard to be exceptionally strong and quick. Current GB bobsleigh athletes have set faster 100m times than many dedicated 100m runners, for example. So if you sign up for bobsleigh, you can expect an intense workout alongside sitting in a technologically advanced barrel while plummeting down an ice slope.

    British Bobsleigh offers a membership package which gives members the chance to compete at the British Championships, alongside a Try it! page with more details.

    Bobsleigh World Cup