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Public Invited to Try Skill at Bobsled Track

Public Invited to Try Skill at Bobsled Track



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(KSL News) There's no snow or ice but the bobsled-skeleton track at Utah Olympic Park is busy!

The first annual push and load competition is underway. A lot of the athletes are hoping to impress coaches and end up on the Olympic team.

The idea is to push as hard as you can and jump on the rig as fast as you can.

Even if you're not an athlete, you can still be part of the competition.

Don Croce, executive director of the Utah Skeleton and Bobsled Association, says, "You can come up to the Utah Olympic Park, and you could try our push track. And we have coaches here who'll show you what to do."

To do that, you must register online with the Utah Skeleton and Bobsled Association.

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