- to ride on a bobsled.
Origin of bobsled
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Examples from the Web for bobsled
It has been 12 years since Jamaica has entered a team in a bobsled event.The Jamaican Bobsled Team Is Crowdfunding Its Way to the Olympics
January 21, 2014
"I knew it would be hard, but it was definitely difficult, for sure," Jones said of her segue from track to bobsled.
Track and field star Lolo Jones may earn a spot on the Olympic bobsled squad after only one year of training.
Got on a bobsled shortly thereafter and that February, we were in the Olympics.
The pushing on the bobsled is a very technical skill that needs lots of practice.
He led the way, and they followed, dragging the bobsled behind them.The Rover Boys on Snowshoe Island
They tried the bobsled, Ba'tiste and Houston, only to give it up.The White Desert
Courtney Ryley Cooper
Any boy who can drive a nail and bore a hole can have a bobsled on short notice.The Boy Mechanic, Book 2
They found Bert and Charlie busy making a bobsled in the back yard.The Bobbsey Twins at Cedar Camp
Laura Lee Hope
On and on the bobsled flew, its pace increasing with every length.The Corner House Girls Snowbound
Grace Brooks Hill
Word Origin and History for bobsled
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