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Bobsleigh 2018 - 2019 Discussion Thread

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Bruce Tasker (GBR) retired

Kaillie Humphries (CAN) is taking a break next season, but plans to be back for not only the 2022, but also 2026 Olympics

Mica Moore (GBR) is taking a break to focus on finishing her studies, but is definitely planning to come back

Melissa Lotholz (CAN) is gonna give the whole pilot thing a shot

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Ah yes, the beloved post-Olympic season of women's bobsleigh. 9 will be the average number of WC starters. :)

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Just now, dcro said:

Ah yes, the beloved post-Olympic season of women's bobsleigh. 9 will be the average number of WC starters. :)

But bring in the 4-women bob now, we need it, the sport is ready for it!!111

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Finally they hear my suggestions. Calgary will host a WC stage for the first time in forever.

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They’ve won ten 2nd-tier’s so far this year.

To put this in a bit of context: almost nobody was there in those races, except for a few Canadians and Americans, sometimes not even 7-8 sleds in total...I mean, it's good for training and all, but this kinda sounds like it should be a big deal, which (for a team with World Cup top-5 potential) it really shouldn't be.. 

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1 hour ago, heywoodu said:

To put this in a bit of context: almost nobody was there in those races, except for a few Canadians and Americans, sometimes not even 7-8 sleds in total...I mean, it's good for training and all, but this kinda sounds like it should be a big deal, which (for a team with World Cup top-5 potential) it really shouldn't be.. 

 

But the trick is to sweettalk the general audience into believing that budget cuts were a criminal act. :p

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