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Australia has withdrawn from the Four-Man Bobsleigh competition at the Vancouver Olympic Winter Games, with two of the selected athletes injured in crashes during the Two-Man event not fully fit to compete.
The pilot of the AUS-1 two-man bobsleigh team Chris Spring has recovered from a disappointing second run yesterday to lay down a solid third run of 53.18 seconds tonight at the Whistler Sliding Centre.
Australia’s two two-man bobsleigh teams have had the toughest night of their careers as the Vancouver 2010 Olympic competition began at the Whistler Sliding Centre.
Australia’s two drivers in the Two-Man Bobsleigh competition, Chris Spring (AUS-1) and Jeremy Rolleston (AUS-2), have a simple enough aim: to put down four good runs, and see where their times place them.
Australian bobsleigh brakeman Duncan Harvey is continuing to rest and recuperate following his crash with pilot Chris Spring in the second official training run at the Whistler Sliding Centre late on Wednesday night (Vancouver time).
It started with a visit from the doctor and ended with a birthday cake, and there was plenty in between - just another day in the life of the Australian team at Whistler Olympic Village.