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Bobsleigh Olympics 2022: Schedule, Live Stream, TV Channel

Bobsleigh is a Winter Olympic event in which a two- or four-person team races down an ice track in a specially designed sled, with the winning team finishing the course in the quickest time. It is also known as bobsledding. Teams completed timed laps on snow downwards, turning and banking in ice tracks in a gravity-powered sled devised by Swiss in the 1860s.

The International Bobsleigh and Skeleton Body (IBSF), formerly known as the Fédération Internationale de Bobsleigh et de Tobogganing (FIBT), is an international bobsleigh and skeleton sports federation.

Bobsleigh Winter Olympics 2022

2022 Winter Olympics Bobsleigh Dates And Events

The International Olympics Committee(IOC) selected Beijing city in China as the host of 2022 winter sport Olympics. Formerly in 2018 the games were held in Pyeongyang in South Korea. The games will officially kick start on 4th of February 2022 and end on 20th of February the same year.

Yanqing, a mountainous suburb of China’s capital about 75 kilometers (46.6 miles) northwest of Beijing’s city center, will feature Alpine skiing and sliding events (bobsleigh, skeleton, and luge), as well as the Olympic Athletes’ village. The event will run from 13th to 20th of February 2022. The calendar of event is as shown in the table below.

Olympic Biathlon schedule 2022

*All times in Beijing Time. So you need to convert it to your timezone

Date Time Event
Sun 13 Feb 9:30 - 10:13 Women's Monobob Heat 1
11:00 - 11:45 Women's Monobob Heat 2
Mon 14 Feb 9:30 - 10:15 Women's Monobob Heat 3
11:00 - 11:50 Women's Monobob Heat 4
20:05 - 21:10 2-man Heat 1
21:40 - 22:45 2-man Heat 2
Tue 15 Feb 20:15 - 21:20 2-man Heat 3
21:50 - 22:35 2-man Heat 4
Fri 18 Feb 20:00 - 20:43 2-man Heat 1
21:30 - 22:15 2-man Heat 2
Sat 19 Feb 9:30 - 10:30 4-man Heat 1
11:05 - 12:05 4-man Heat 2
20:00 - 20:45 2-woman Heat 3
21:30 - 22:15 2-woman Heat 4
Sun 20 Feb 9:30 - 10:30 4-man Heat 3
11:20 - 12:10 4-man Heat 4

*Schedule subject to change | The event finals are shown in bold.

How to watch Olympic bobsleigh live stream online.

All Olympic Bobsleigh live streams will be available on IOC website. If any Bobsleigh sport is broadcasted in your area and shows within your calendar, all you have to do is to tap on the image in order to access the live stream. If by any chance you miss any Bobsleigh event, you can find the sport replay or highlights on the dedicated event page.

All Bobsleigh live sport streams will be available on Olympic web, Olympic app and on mobile web. Watching live Bobsleigh streams on Olympic website will be absolutely free.

Check out the Olympics bobsleigh live stream Guide

Bobsleigh Rules

In each Olympic winter game, every bobsleigh track has a weight limit. The maximum weight for a four-man race is 630 kilograms, a two-man race is 390 kilograms, and a two-women race is 340 kilograms.

Every athlete should wear protective clothing which is not limited to helmets, eye goggles, uniforms spike shoes and Kevlar vests.

The length of the bobsleigh track should be between 1200 and 1300 meters. Within the first 250 meters of track, the vehicles should accelerate from 80 to 100 miles per hour. Throughout the race, the elevation should descend from 110m to 125m.

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Bobsleigh History

Bobsleigh sport initially began in the late 18th century with the foundation of St Moritz club in Switzerland in 1897.The sport then advanced when two skeleton sleds were attached together and a steering added to make a toboggan. A chassis was then added to give protection to the sportsmen.

In 1923 the sport became internationally recognized and it was included for the first time in winter Olympics held in Chamonix France in 1924.The sport was included in the other winter Olympic games until during world war 2 when it was halted. Males were the only participant in the Olympics.

The turnover of the sport came in 1999 when women bobsledders were added to the sport by the International Olympic Committee.

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