Men's Two-man - Bobsleigh
|Men's Two-man 1972|
|Corrado Dal Fabbro|
|13.||Werner Delle Karth||AUT||5.05,35|
|19.||Boris Robert Said||USA||5.08,94|
|Men's Two-man - Bobsleigh - Sapporo 1972 Winter Olympics
The bobsleigh teams consisted of a pilot and a brakeman. The pilot steers the sled on an ice track through twisting, high-speed turns. The competition was held over two days and consisted of four runs for each bobsleigh - two each day. The team with the fastest total time for the four runs was the winner of the Olympic gold medals. Event facts: Men's Two-man competition was held at the Mt. Teine-Honcho and 21 teams participated in the event.
Event facts: Men's Two-man competition was held at the Mt. Teine-Honcho and 21 teams participated in the event.
|These results for Men's Two-man - Sapporo 1972 Winter Olympics - are based on the official olympic reports and the Olympian Database|