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Bob-sleigh on race track (blurred motion) : Stock Photo
Bob-sleighing (or bobsledding) first became popular in the late 19th century in St Moritz in Switzerland. On a typical run the sleds reach speeds of 60-70 mph (97-113 kmph).

Bob-sleigh on race track (blurred motion)

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Bob-sleighing (or bobsledding) first became popular in the late 19th century in St Moritz in Switzerland. On a typical run the sleds reach speeds of 60-70 mph (97-113 kmph).
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