Canada's Kaillie Humphries will be among the pilots to beat in the two-woman event at the International Bobsleigh and Skeleton Federation (IBSF) World Championships, which begin in Innsbruck in Austria tomorrow.
A 17-year-old who only took up the sport 11 months ago is set to continue Jamaica's rich tradition in bobsleigh at the Winter Youth Olympic Games.
Maximilian Arndt secured his second Bobsleigh World Cup victory of the season in the four-man at St Moritz and extended his overall lead.
The United States’ Elana Meyers Taylor marked her return to Bobsleigh World Cup action by setting a new track record on her way to claiming victory in St Moritz, Switzerland.
Germany were the dominant force at the International Bobsleigh and Skeleton Federation (IBSF) Junior World Championships, sweeping the podium in both the men’s and women’s two-person events in Winterberg.
Switzerland and South Korea's two-man bobsleigh teams finish joint first in closest-ever World Cup result
Switzerland and South Korea shared top spot in the two-man bobsleigh race in the Canadian town of Whistler, marking the closest-ever result in World Cup history.
Romanian bobsleigh pilot Ion Panțuru, bronze medallist at the Grenoble 1968 Winter Olympics, has died aged 81.
Olympic champion Alexey Negodaylo is one of 13 Russian bobsledders to be named on the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) list of banned athletes as part of the suspension of Russia.
Nico Walther secured his second win of the four-man bobsleigh World Cup season after leading a German one-two in Park City in the United States.
Great Britain’s Corie Mapp came out on top at the International Bobsleigh and Skeleton Federation (IBSF) Para-bobsleigh World Cup event in St.Moritz after fending off nearest challenger Arturs Klots of Latvia.
Russia’s Alexander Kasjanov claimed his first World Cup victory in the four-man bobsleigh after topping the podium in Park City in the United States.
Britain’s women’s bobsledders will start next month’s Winter Youth Olympiic Games ranked number one after sweeping the podium at the conclusion of the International Bobsleigh and Skeleton Federation (IBSF) Omega Youth Series.
Maximilian Arndt, Kevin Korona, Martin Putze and Ben Heber continued Germany's domination of the Bobsleigh World Cup season in Lake Placid today, in a race notable for Canada's Kaille Humphries leading the first all-female team in the competition.
Ivo Ferriani – President of the International Bobsleigh and Skeleton Federation (IBSF) – has voiced concern over falling levels of female bobsleigh competitors this season.
Jamie-Greubel Poser and Cherelle Garrett secured an emotional women's victory on a day of home success at the International Bobsleigh and Skeleton Federation World Cup leg in Lake Placid, as team-mate Steven Holcomb rolled back the years by partnering Carlo Valdes to men's gold.