Men's Two-man - Bobsleigh
|Men's Two-man 2010|
|14.||Edwin van Calker||NED||3.30,45|
|Men's Two-man - Bobsleigh - Vancouver 2010 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. Only the 20 best teams after the third run were qualified to the last run. 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 Whistler Sliding Centre and 27 teams participated in the event.
Event facts: Men's Two-man competition was held at the Whistler Sliding Centre and 27 teams participated in the event.
|These results for Men's Two-man - Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics - are based on the official olympic reports and the Olympian Database|