The sliding sports (bobsleigh, luge, skeleton) are considered the most dangerous sports at the Olympics.
Luge is by far the most dangerous, as they are the fastest, and exposed to high g-forces that limit their ability to raise their head and see where they're going.
Bobsled athletes are buffered by the sled
Skeleton, which might seem the most dangerous is the slowest, and the racers can drag their feet and/or dump the sled if they get into trouble.
Well yes because recently the one of the top bobsleders in the wolrl came off the track and slammed into a flagpole and died. That was just before Vancouver.
The crash at the Vancouver Olympics was a luge.
Skiing is only dangerous when you are doing something stupid. It is one of those sports that if you're not paying attention you could get your self seriously hurt or even killed.
yes u can DIE but its still fun if its not dangerous its not fun
Yes! Because when you jump, you can fall and you can come to death or a serious injury! :/
the history of the bobsleigh is that
Bloncher invented first bobsleigh
A bobsleigh rider.
James Atkinson - bobsleigh - was born in 1929.
The word bobsleigh is a noun. The plural is bobsleighs.
James Morgan - bobsleigh - was born in 1948.
Charles Green - bobsleigh - was born in 1914.
Charles Green - bobsleigh - died in 1999.
Paul Field - bobsleigh - was born in 1967.
Michael Young - bobsleigh - was born in 1944.
Hiroshi Suzuki - bobsleigh - was born in 1973.
Joseph Smith - bobsleigh - died in 1983.