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Bobsleigh entered the Olympic Winter Games Schedule at the 1924 Chamonix Olympics with a single four-man run event. In 1928, the event included four- and five-man sleds. Since 1932, there have been two- and four-man events.
Olympic bobsleigh competition consists of four runs held over a two-day period, with two runs on each day. Medals are awarded based on total time over the four runs, with the winner having the lowest overall time. If two teams complete the competition in the same time, they are awarded the same place.
Bobsleigh in Sochi
A one-of-a-kind track for bobsleigh, luge and skeleton, Sliding Center "Sanki" is built for the Sochi 2014 Olympic Winter Games. State-of-the-art refrigeration technology ensures the accurate and constant monitoring of temperatures along the whole track.
The Sanki Sliding Center is a 9,000 seat venue. This center is located at an ideal altitude for utilizing Krasnaya Polyana's superior snow cover.