FIBT World Championships 1979


FIBT World Championships 1979

The FIBT World Championships 1979 took place in Königssee, West Germany. It was the first championships that took place on an artificially refrigerated track. The track also hosted the luge world championships that same year, the first time that had ever happened in both bobsleigh and luge in a non-Winter Olympic year (Igls hosted both events for the 1976 games in neighboring Innsbruck.).

Two man bobsleigh

References

* [http://sports123.com/bob/mw-2.html 2-Man bobsleigh World Champions]
* [http://sports123.com/bob.mw-4.html 4-Man bobsleigh World Champions]


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