Bobsleigh Sport

  • Instructor: Ivan Alexey
  • Lectures: 6
  • Students: 119
  • Duration: 10 weeks

Bobsleigh is a winter game which involves two or four players sleighing in a specially designed track. It has been included in winter Olympics since the first winter games held in 1924. It is also termed as the most expensive winter Olympic game because of its equipment costs and the technical complexity involved in building them. This course by Academy Europe will let you know about the basics of this Bobsleigh.

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Before starting Bobsleighing, a player needs to take care of certain factors. It requires a perfect balance of speed, power and weight is required. A player has to focus completely throughout the game, as the sleighs move at very high speed. The players need to be prepared for the low temperature environment of the race track.

The players need enough muscle and leg power in order to provide a powerful boost to the sleigh with full speed. They again need to stay lean, as the weight on the sleigh affects the speed and reduces the wind resistance.

Before you start proceeding with this course on Academy Europe, we are assuming that you have a good aptitude and can think logically. You should want to try something different.

Ideal candidates for the course would typically possess:

– Discipline and attentiveness

– Ability to conduct research

– Ability to perform tasks with speed, efficiency, and accuracy

– Analytical judgment

– Patience to interpret technical/scientific data

– A willingness to learn, roll up your sleeves and work toward your dream!

– A computer, tablet or smartphone and an internet connection

– Basic computer skills


People who are looking for sports that involve speed, power, balance, and a hundred percent focus, can opt for Bobsleigh. This tutorial is meant for those who don’t have enough knowledge in Bobsleigh but still are passionate enough to learn it.

This tutorial will help people learn the basic rules and strategies involved in Bobsleigh.

This course by Academy Europe aims at imparting quality education and training to students.

Academy Europe is dedicated to its students, their specific learning requirements, and their overall learning success.

This course is directed toward a student-centered, independent study, asynchronous learning approach.

After completing this course on Academy Europe, students will get self improvement  and promotion in their careers.

This course is based on at least two learning skills which are provided  to the users through audio & visuals, videos, verbal presentations and articles, all of which are asynchronized with distance education approach.

  • Bobsleigh - Overview 0/1

  • Bobsleigh - Race Tracks 0/1

  • Bobsleigh - Equipment 0/1

  • Bobsleigh - How to Play? 0/1

  • Bobsleigh - Rules 0/1

  • Bobsleigh - Champions 0/1

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Ivan Alexey is an artificial intelligence instructor and course content presenter at Academy Europe. He is an expert in instructional design and teaching. He supplements his knowledge in E-learning and Educational Technology by using AI and TTS elements.