Bobsled/Skeleton World Cup circuit comes to Park City Dec. 1-3

PARK CITY, Utah — Bobsled and Skeleton World Cup competitions return to Park City for the first time since 2017. The United States Bobsled Skeleton (USABS) presents the BMW International Bobsleigh Skeleton Federation (IBSF) World Cups free for spectators.

Hot chocolate, a beer garden, and food trucks will be available at the Utah Olympic Park (UOP) during the high-speed races.


Thursday, December 1

  • 9:30 a.m., Women’s Skeleton
  • 1:30 p.m., Men’s Skeleton

Friday, December 2

  • 9:30 a.m., Women’s Monobob
  • 2:30 p.m., 2-Man bobsled

Saturday, December 3

  • 9:30 a.m., Women’s Bobsled
  • 1:30 p.m., 4-Man Bobsled

Salt Lake City slider Kaysha Love who’s gone from Beijing 2022 Olympic bobsled brakewoman to pilot this season, will compete in front of her hometown crowd. Elena Meyers Taylor, Love’s former sled pilot and winner of three silver and two bronze Olympic medals, was, over the summer, elected to the United States Olympic and Paralympic Committee (USOPC) Board of Directors. She won’t compete in Park City in this World Cup as she and her husband have announced that they are expecting their second child.

Idaho skeleton athlete Andrew Blaser finished in fifth place in Canada’s North American Cup (NAC) last week, he represented the USA in the Beijing 2022 Games and will do so again at this competition in Park City on his home track.

Colorado-by-way-of-Canada champion Kallie Humphries is set to show why she won her Olympic Monobob gold from Beijing in Park City. She won first place in the recent NAC. 

Skeleton slider for the U.S. Austin Florian aims to continue the stellar start to his season where he stood in first place on the podium in the Whistler, B.C. races. Also atop the podium there was Hallie Clarke of Team USA with her skeleton win.

The USA 2-Man Bobsled team of pilot Frankie Del Duca and brakeman Adrian Adams took home a second place from the Canada comp. Festivities came to a close with a 2nd-place finish for 4-Man Bobsled team Del Duca, Mitchell, Adams and Abdul-Saboor.

The international contingency is currently sliding in Lillehammer, Norway, for the Europe Cup series.

Spectators can visit the Salt Lake 2002 Olympic and Alf Engen Ski Museum at the UOP.

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