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Canadian bobsled team flips over and finishes race upside down (VIDEO)

Members of Canada's four-man bobsled team were fortunate to walk away uninjured after a wild crash during the second run of the event at the Winter Olympics in Sochi Saturday.The Canada 3 sled lifted off the track before turning over on its side as it entered a corner and slid down the Sanki Sliding Center track out of control.Fortunately, pilot Justin Kripps and team members...
Via The Other Paper
February 23, 2014  |  Discuss

Canada-3 sled crashes in 4-man bobsled at Olympics

One of Canada's three bobsleds has crashed during the second run of the Olympic four-man competition. Driver Justin Kripps, with three new brakemen in his sled, flipped on one of the curves on the Sanki Sliding Center track Saturday. The bobsled slid through several turns on its side with the team member's helmeted heads digging scarily into the ice. All four were checked...
Via AP on Fox
February 22, 2014  |  Discuss
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